Dartmouth Engineering

Satish Nathan

Current Employer
Job Title
Director, Model Risk Governance

Satish Nathan is a Director in the Model Risk Management & Control team at UBS, where he handles all matters related to Model Governance. His focus is on maintaining the firm's US Model Inventory, reporting on Model Risk to senior stakeholders, and serving as the project manager for the team's compliance with regulatory mandates. He is also involved in the drafting and implementation of Model Risk policies and procedures.
Satish has worked in the Risk space be it in Model Risk, or Credit Risk throughout his career so far. His experience spans regional, national and foreign banks. With an undergraduate degree in Computer Science complemented by the Dartmouth MEM, Satish has been able to successfully execute initiatives in financial risk reporting and management that necessitate both technical and functional knowledge/skill.

Previous Work Experience
Deutsche Bank, AVP Model Governance AIG, Model Governance Senior Analyst Citizens Bank, Senior Credit Risk Reporting Analyst
MEM Internship Company Name
Bank of America
MEM Internship Title
Technology Analyst Program Intern
Why did you choose the Dartmouth MEM?
When it came to deciding between the MEM at Dartmouth and Duke, the factors that drove me towards the former were the smaller class size, the relative proximity to New York where I hoped to work given my interest in the financial services sector, and the choice of Tuck electives that were offered to MEM students.
What was the most valuable part of your MEM internship experience?
Gap analysis of the in-house credit risk tool from a product, process and infrastructure perspective and comparison against vendor solutions
How did the Dartmouth MEM prepare you for your career?
Courses such as Technology Analysis and Technology Project Management equipped me with the skills to approach technical challenges methodically. The finance electives at Tuck were crucial to my understanding of financial instruments and financial statement analysis.
What is your favorite Dartmouth MEM memory?
I have fond memories from the last term at Dartmouth after receiving a full-time offer from the bank I interned with over the summer. Having taken four courses in the spring term while facing the relentless pressures of the internship search, it was finally time to relax and enjoy the lesser course load. I also had more time to soak in the area's spellbinding fall splendor and spend time outdoors.
How would you summarize your Dartmouth MEM experience?