About the course
This course highlights the numerous problems with current risk management set-ups and suggests new approaches and ways to minimise the dangers of getting it wrong.
Topics addressed in a practical context include:
- Understanding the new risk management framework
- Defining risk management structures
- Getting to grips with the different types of risk asset managers are facing
- Understanding traditional risk management metrics and their limitations
- Practical approaches for managing market risk
- Dealing with the impact of liquidity risk
- Understanding credit and counterparty risk
How You Will Learn
Packed with case studies, discussion sessions and practical sessions, this course will give you new, practical approaches for the asset management business
Case studies, discussion & practical sessions include: When Asset Managers get it wrong; Understanding the interdependence of risks; Calculating the “fair-value” for a credit hedge; Operational risk failures in Asset Managers – the fallout from Lehman; Lloyds’ precipice bonds
- The Risk Framework
- Market Risk Focus
- Credit and Counterparty Risk Focus
- Operational Risk Focus
- Operational risk failures in Asset Managers – the fallout from Lehman
- Examples of Other Risk Types
Case Studies and Exercises
- When Asset Managers get it wrong
- Understanding the interdependence of risks
- Calculating the “fair-value” for a credit hedge
- Merrill Lynch asset management
- Lloyds’ precipice bonds
- Group discussion and highlighting solutions and potential mitigations
Andrew Street was formerly Executive Director - Head of Arbitrage & prior to that, Director - Head of Equity & Commodity Derivatives at Mitsubishi Finance International (now bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi). He has been a senior financial regulator including being Head of Traded Risk at the Fin...
Videos and materials
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.