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InteDelta adds risk resourcing product to consultancy services

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InteDelta, a niche consultancy focusing on risk management and quantitative finance, has announced the launch of a new risk resourcing product, in addition to its core service of deliverab

InteDelta, a niche consultancy focusing on risk management and quantitative finance, has announced the launch of a new risk resourcing product, in addition to its core service of deliverables-based consulting.

The risk resourcing service enables institutions to supplement their internal resources from InteDelta’s pool of consultants, with expertise ranging from quantitative specialists to project managers and business analysts covering market, credit and operational risk.

The firm says that over the coming months it plans to continue its expansion with the launch additional product lines including market intelligence, training and outsourced risk services. Many of the new services are already provided under the consultancy banner, but the creation of new product streams will allow a more focused approach.

InteDelta was established in 2004 by Michael Bryant and Nicholas Newport. As managing director, Bryant oversees the company’s strategy and from a consulting perspective he specialises in risk policy, governance and methodology. Before founding InteDelta he was a managing director at ING Bank in London with globally responsibility for financial markets risk measurement, having qualified as a chartered accountant with Coopers & Lybrand.

Newport, who specialises in risk infrastructure, project management and change management, also previously worked for ING Bank, where he was responsible for its global credit risk management programme for financial markets. Earlier he was a senior manager responsible for market risk management at Standard Chartered Bank in London and Singapore.

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