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The "Risk Management, Regulations and Operations" scheduled series of seminars is squarely aimed at market professionals in investment banking, hedge funds, prop trading who are interested in improving P&L by obtaining tools/knowledge for bigger "P" and smaller "L".  

Traders, sales staff,  quants, support staff and even senior management will appreciate that all topics are tied into risk-adjusted considerations presented in straight forward market language (for even the most complex topics) to be used to real world situations.

Please click on the topic of your interest from the table below, or let us of topics of interest to you.

The current Risk Management and Regulatory "public" series includes the following topics, but please indicate any other topics you may have an interest in (or check our "in-house" seminars):

These pages are updated from time-to-time, so please check back periodically

Risk Management and Regulatory Series ... Duration Notes
Treasury IR Risk Management 3 650
Regulation and Impact on Banks 3 500
Markets and Their Workings 3 490
The Risk of Derivative Products 3 520
Risk and Risk Control 3 430
Quantitative Methods for Risk Management 3+1** 720/940
A Risk Managerís Guide to VAR Methods 3 530
Comprehensive Treasury Risk Management 4 850

** Optional first day for candidates requiring additional "product" knowledge


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