Annual Chief Risk Officers Roundtable


Date: Wednesday, April 27, 2022

Panel Discussion: 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM ET 


Please join the RMA NY Chapter on Wednesday, April 27th for a discussion with four Chief Risk Officers who will address the following topics:

  • Top Chief Risk Officer Concerns
  • Risks Related to High Inflation and Supply Chain Disruption
  • Medium and Longer-Term Risk Implications of Recent Geopolitical Events
  • Cybersecurity Risk Trends and Russia-Ukraine War Events
  • Emerging Risks Resulting From De-Globalization
  • Managing the Benefits of AI While Avoiding Digital Redlining
  • Crypto and Digital Assets
  • Great Resignation and Human Capital Risk
  • Diversity & Inclusion Efforts
  • Governance Around Climate Risk Management

Confirmed Panelists:

Stephen Haratunian, Chief Risk Officer, Millennium Management

Stephen Haratunian is Head of Enterprise Risk and responsible for overseeing the risk management function focusing on the overall market, credit, and liquidity risks faced by the Firm in its course of business. The team manages and reports on the risks associated with Millennium’s portfolios at the Firm-wide and Portfolio Manager level. 

Prior to joining Millennium in 2017, Stephen was with Credit Suisse for 20 years, where he held various roles, including Global Chief Credit Officer and Chief Risk Officer of the investment bank. He began his career at Bankers Trust, where he held positions in structuring and marketing derivatives products. 

Stephen received a BS in Finance from Georgetown University.

Deborah Hrvatin, Chief Risk Officer, CLS Group

Deborah joined CLS in 2019 as Chief Risk Officer, overseeing the risk function globally. As a specialist in risk management and strengthening controls, she is responsible for CLS’s enterprise risk management framework and for building an enhanced culture of risk identification, challenge and mitigation. Deborah is also responsible for enhancing CLS’s risk dialog across our ecosystem, with the objective of further improving systemic risk awareness and mitigation. She also leads CLS’s commitment to Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) best practice, establishing a firm wide ESG strategy and framework to build a sustainable business that contributes to the long term goals of society.

Deborah has over 30 years of experience within the financial services industry. She joined CLS from Citigroup, where she was Global Head of Operational Risk Management for the Institutional Clients Group. Prior to joining Citigroup in 2017, Deborah spent 22 years with Deutsche Bank, where she held several leadership roles including Head of Operational Risk for the Americas region and the Global Corporate Finance division and Chief Operating Officer for the Global Securitization Group. Deborah began her career in financial services as a commissioned bank examiner with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

Deborah received her BBA and MBA in International Finance from Hofstra University.

Jonathan Hummel, Americas Chief Risk Officer, Deutsche Bank

Jonathan Hummel is the Chief Risk Officer (CRO) of the Americas for Deutsche Bank which includes oversight for Credit, Market, Non-Financial, Model and Liquidity Risk. He is a member of the Group CRO Executive Council as well as the Americas Regional Executive Council and serves as the Chair of the U.S. Management Risk Council, Americas Reputational Risk Committee, U.S. Liquidity Risk Council and Risk Data Governance Steering Forum. He is also the regional sponsor of the Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) strategy for Risk Americas to promote an inclusive organization. Jonathan is also the Americas senior sponsor for the Black Leadership Forum (BLF) employee resource group.

Jonathan joined Deutsche Bank in 2004. He has held various senior roles in Credit Risk Management including global oversight of Financial Institution and Hedge Fund Portfolios. Additionally, he has held cross risk roles including Global Head of Risk for FX, Rates and Institutional Clients Group overseeing Market, Credit, Liquidity and Non-Financial Risk. Prior to working at Deutsche Bank, Jonathan was at Goldman Sachs where he worked in Credit Risk and Legal. 

Jonathan has held leadership roles in a number of industry organizations. He is the former Chairperson of the Capital Markets Credit Analysts Society from 2008-2011. He is currently on the Board of Governors for the Risk Management Association (RMA) of New York. He is also on the board of Leviticus Fund, a charity which focuses on affordable housing and community development projects to underserved communities in the tri-state area. He has been a speaker on a number of industry panels and a guest lecturer at the London School of Economics and Fordham University. 

Jonathan attended Dartmouth College where he graduated with honors.

Kim Olson, Chief Risk Officer - Americas, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

Kim Olson is an Executive Officer of SMBC and Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group (SMFG) and the Chief Risk Officer for SMBC Group in the Americas. Kim is based in New York.

As Chief Risk Officer, Kim leads the SMBC Group in the Americas Risk function, which is responsible for developing and maintaining the risk management framework and embedding a strong culture of risk awareness and ownership across the Americas and its U.S. bank holding company, SMBC Americas Holdings, Inc. Kim oversees the setting of risk appetite and ensuring that the risks (credit, market, liquidity, model, operational, enterprise and other) associated with transactions, new business initiatives and new products generated by or booked within the Americas are identified, measured, independently reviewed and challenged, monitored, managed, and mitigated.

Kim has deep experience in financial services, risk management, and financial regulation and supervision. Prior to joining SMBC in 2018, Kim held senior leadership roles at AIG, Deloitte, Deutsche Bank, and Fitch Ratings.

Kim started her career at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. As part of her tenure with the Federal Reserve, Kim was seconded to the Secretariat of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision. She later served as the head of the Foreign Banks Department, where she helped to devise the supervisory strategy and implemented the execution of risk-focused examinations for foreign banking organizations operating in the Federal Reserve’s Second District.

Kim has a Bachelor of Science in political science from Santa Clara University and a Master of Public Administration from Harvard University.


Alejandro Johnston, Partner, PwC

Alejandro is currently based in New York and serves as PwC’s Bank Treasury Advisory leader in the US, where his focus is on advising banking clients on all aspects of balance sheet management, liability management, liquidity risk management, portfolio management, capital management, performance measurement, resolution planning and treasury operations. His clients include domestic and foreign GSIBs as well as many of the largest US banks. He is an energetic leader with over 20 years of industry and consulting experience helping the largest international banks tackle risk, capital and regulatory issues. Alejandro’s passion is to work with his clients to develop new and better ways for them to support their strategy by leveraging their balance sheet and optimizing the use of financial resources through analytics and technology. Alejandro is also very passionate about creating opportunities for his teams and helping them grow and develop. He is an advocate for diversity and inclusion and is involved in driving many D&I initiatives inside and outside PwC.


Thank you to Columbia School of Professional Studies for their sponsorship of this program.

Thank you to S&P Global Ratings for our Platinum Sponsor for all programming in 2022. 

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