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Risk management techniques are designed to handle most types of storms, as well as no-wave, over-quiet scenarios. However, can we face the hard reality that techniques are the fruit of their time, and that, in financial markets more than anywhere else, the methods of yesterday seldom make it for tomorrow's instability? With no fear of having to resort to speculative approaches, we try to determine what risk scenarios could come up at a 12-month horizon, and what risk management techniques could be still to be invented to better cope with 2019.
In this webinar Expert Speaker Fred Vacelet, where he will explore the risk management strategies and hot from the Basel Committee, what is coming and what may come.
Why should you Attend
We propose here, for the benefits of front offices as well as middle offices, a few strategies to optimize returns in the possible market situations of 2019 when few knowledgeable and prudent people dare to venture.
We then explore, from the present state of the global economy and markets, where there may be situations where traditional and tested risk management techniques need to be complimented.
Areas Covered in the Session
- If and how various threats of embargos on a few countries, of protectionism, etc., can create restrictions on banking activities, and an increase in risks
- What does Brexit mean for risk management: in Europe, outside Europe; handling the stress-test scenarios
- A review of some of the areas of tension, accumulated debt, political risks and the stress-test scenarios that could become actual scenarios in 2019
- Some highlights on a few promising areas of risk management that have not come into the mainstream and better handle the threats of 2019
Who Will Benefit
- Credit functions
- Asset management
- Trading functions
- Risk functions, risk managers, risk analysts
- Strategic planning, general management
- Risk management professionals
- Administrative managers
- Line managers
- More generally, everybody involved in financial and non-financial risk of financial activities, be it from the side of financial institutions or investors
||Fred Vacelet is a Financial Risk Management Consultant with an international expertise in Risk Management methodological frameworks. His experience spans some 25 years, advising banks, software houses and others on risk management. Fred holds various degrees, including from London Business School, with post-graduate studies at the Technische (then West)-Berlin and Keio (Japan) universities. A Qualified in Islamic Finance (IFQ), he is a published author on risk management and Basel Accords, and a regular speaker at conferences.