Warren Reed explains how he and his team at the US Treasury’s Office of Financial Research leverage data visualization techniques to build interactive data products for risk measurement and monitoring. Warren then shares a demo of the US Money Market Fund Monitor, an interactive data product, publicly released in summer 2016, that explores trends and activities in the US money market fund industry—the industry at the center of the panic during the 2008–2009 global financial crisis.
Warren Reed is a data scientist at the US Treasury’s Office of Financial Research (OFR), where he leads the OFR’s Monitors program, which is developing interactive tools and a data platform to assess, measure, and monitor risk across the financial system. Before joining the OFR, Warren was a data scientist at startup Gro Intelligence and a quantitative trader at Barclays Capital. He holds an MS in applied informatics from New York University and a BS in chemical engineering from Columbia University.
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