At Risk.net we believe knowledge gives you an edge, particularly in complex markets. That’s why we cover risk management and risk transfer in more depth than anyone else – it helps our customers make better business decisions.
What do we cover?
This desk produces articles relating to the measurement, modeling, and management of financial risks. Coverage encompasses banks, as well as other types of financial services firms, such as asset managers and insurers. The risk management team covers issues such as operational risk, legal risk, risk culture and governance, market risk, credit risk, liquidity risk, counterparty risk, risk transfer, risk modeling, valuation, and prudential regulation.
This desk ensures in-depth coverage of the derivatives markets across the interest rate, credit, foreign exchange, and structured goods asset classes. The over-the-counter markets are their primary target, but they also cover futures and cash as they relate to the derivatives markets (for example as collateral or alternative hedging instruments).
The regulation desk provides topical, in-depth news and analysis on the content and implications of regulation. They focus on rules affecting risk transfer and risk management for banks and buy-side firms. The key issues they concentrate on are prudential regulation, macroprudential regulation, and market regulation.
Integrity, Impact, Vision, Resilience
Nothing is more significant than our integrity. Impartial and trustworthy content is at the heart of who we are.
We are here to create an effect and to add value externally for our customers and internally for our teams.
We have a vision of where our markets are heading. Our role is to think big, identify and explain shifts in our markets. We deal in trendlines rather than headlines.
We are resilient. Our customers rely on us, so we have to be here for the long term, anticipating and adapting to new dynamics in our markets and our own industry
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