Tag Archives: Risk Management

Boom Bust Boom

I went to the Imax this week (great cinema) to see Boom Bust Boom. I was a guest of Cardano, the Dutch fiduciary manager and I had a good time. One thing I’ve learned about the meeja, is that if … Continue reading

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Protecting against losses is not the same as generating a profit – guest blog from Ralph Frank

  The Swiss National Bank’s (“SNB’s”) decision to abandon the currency ceiling of the Franc relative to the Euro has drawn attention to risk management and hedging. The losers from the SNB’s actions, including retail leveraged trading platforms, investment banks … Continue reading

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How much volatility can we take? Pension Play Pen Lunch Sept 5th 2011

James Smith- First Actuarial Ben Mulroney– mallowstreet Jenny Kreser – Silverman Sherliker Mark Benfold  Railway Pension Scheme Malcolm Delahaye – Supertrust Jennny Yeo  – Affiliate Managers Paull Chapple -Close Brothers Jeroen Wilbrink – Partner at SECOR Asset Management Thornton Wells  – Mattioli Woods Michael Clarke -Capita … Continue reading

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The Risks of DC Default Options

If you are in the default fund of your group personal pension you have the right to ask these questions. Continue reading

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