Our Social Media portfolio is still a work in progress but what was started by Scheheryar Khan in June is really taking solid shape. This is in addition to our YouTube, Facebook & Linkedin pages. Lots of wrong turns and dead ends but great education
Risk Exposure. Target Accounts & ALM. This is the transcript of our last lecture on Risk Management and it completes our online series on Risk Management. Figure 1 Risk Management – Target Accounts At the beginning of our first class today, we spoke about target
Jawwad Farid Very excited about the new artwork, branding and design behind the Risk and Finance Rock Star campaigns launching later this week. After a first round of testing the 90 second video spot has now been finalized and will go live on Youtube later
The new Risk Rock Star video is live. Launching the Risk Training Learning Network Subscription Offer
The new Risk Rock Star youtube video is now live. Two years of experiments and pivots lead to a new design and brand new positioning for an idea whose time has finally come. All part of our launch of the Risk Training Network Subscription. Check it
As part of your preparation for your final attempt you have been looking for anything that can provide the extra edge for your MFE / 3F attempt. While the material below was not prepared keeping the SOA curriculum in mind it takes a hands on excel based approach in illustrating the many concepts covered in the MFE / 3F exams. Our hope is that this extra bit will clear the final muddle about that elusive concept that you had been struggling with. The links below covers interest rate models (CIR and BDT), Binomial Trees, Black Scholes Model, Pricing Derivative securities, differentiating between N(d1) and N(d2), exotic product and options, investment and portfolio management concepts
Market risk is the risk that movements in market prices will adversely impact the value of an investment. There are four principal categories of market risk or risk factors: equity risk, interest rate risk, currency risk and commodity risk. Exposure to market risk for a
The Quant Crash Course is a 200 minute series of 4 videos that cover the basics of quant and computational finance. The course material and series has evolved over the last 8 years as part of the training practice run by Jawwad Farid in the areas of derivative pricing and risk management.