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Who should attend
Managers working in ﬁnance and treasury department at medium to large sized corporations, banks and infrastructure and project ﬁnance companies.
About the course
The programme is designed to understand issues that arise in managing risks in non-financial corporations. The focus would be on understanding strategic implications of risks emanating from fluctuations in commodity prices, foreign exchange rates and interest rates. Using examples drawn from real world corporate risk management successes and failures, the programme would also enable participants to evaluate the consequences of alternative risk management policies.
The objective of the programme is to expose participants to the practicalities of risk management in medium to large sized corporations. Designed for managers working closely with the senior management and owners, the programme would help participants identify the right risk management policies in a volatile and uncertain environment. The case studies covered in the program would also bring out the advantages and dangers in using derivatives and structured financial instruments for risk management offered by banks and financial institutions.
- Identifying risk exposures
- Which risks to hedge: The need for hedging
- Which instruments to hedge different risks with: Deciding the mix of forwards and options
- Hedging using structured products (e.g. barrier options): What is possible and what is not
- Identifying mis-selling of structured products and potential red ﬂags
- Basis risk and hedge accounting
- Risk management policy for corporations
PROF. JAYANTH VARMA did his post-graduation in management from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIMA), where he was awarded a Gold Medal for scholastic performance. Subsequently, he obtained his doctorate in management from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. He is also a...
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