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Leading-edge technology and authoritative expertise to help you monitor and mitigate risk

Measure and monitor a broad array of risks - including credit, market, liquidity and regulatory - with our customised services. Choose from high-level analysis at the total portfolio level to more detailed analysis at the security level.

  • A global team of risk professionals with expertise at risk modelling across multiple, complex asset classes and programme structures
  • Quantitative market risk measurement, including liability analysis, benchmarking and holdings-based risk analysis
  • A single, integrated risk platform for complete coverage of all asset types
  • Decision-ready risk reports tailored to your needs
  • Independent valuation models to help you gauge liquidity, quantify counterparty risk, and estimate investment volatility
  • Online reporting with broad functionality, so you can communicate risk information promptly and clearly
  • Detailed risk attribution analysis identifies sources of risk
 
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David Injoon Kim

David Injoon Kim

Head of Sales - Asia Pacific
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David Injoon Kim

David Injoon Kim

Head of Sales - Asia Pacific
 

David I. Kim is the Head of Sales for Northern Trust’s corporate and institutional business in Asia Pacific.

Prior to joining Northern Trust, David was the service executive overseeing BNY Mellon’s clients across the corporate, not-for-profit, government and U.S. financial institution segments in the Americas.

David has over 22 years of custody services experience and has held positions in securities processing, trust accounting, relationship management and sales.

In addition to working in the USA, David spent a number of years based in Asia, including two years in Singapore and six years in Seoul where he was head of asset servicing for BNY Mellon, South Korea.

David holds an MBA from The Carroll School of Management at Boston College and a bachelor’s degree in finance and investments from Babson College.

Christopher Thomson

Christopher Thomson

Senior Vice President, Senior Sales Representative
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Christopher Thomson

Christopher Thomson

Senior Vice President, Senior Sales Representative
 

Christopher Thomson is a Senior Sales Representative for Northern Trust’s Asset Servicing business based in the Melbourne Branch and is focused on sales and marketing of global custody and asset services.

He has over 25 years experience in the financial services industry working with Institutional clients in the Superannuation sector and with Investment management firms. His previous roles have included relationship sales, product development and investment operations.

Most recently he was a sales and relationship manager with JP Morgan Treasury Services in Australia and prior to that worked for firms including Goldman Sachs JBWere, JP Morgan Investment Management and State Street Australia.

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Northern Trust Corporation. Head Office: 50 South La Salle Street, Chicago, Illinois 60603 U.S.A. Incorporated with limited liability in the U.S. Products and services provided by subsidiaries of Northern Trust Corporation may vary in different markets and are offered in accordance with local regulation. For more information, read our legal and regulatory information about individual market offices.

This material is directed to professional clients only and is not intended for retail clients. For Asia-Pacific markets, it is directed to institutional investors, expert investors and professional investors only and should not be relied upon by retail investors.