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Scottish Financial Risk Academy Third Colloquium 28 September 2011 - Solvency II: Overcoming the Obstacles to Success

The third Risk Colloquium of the Scottish Financial Risk Academy will take place on 28 September 2011 in the Wolfson Lecture Theatre at the Royal Society of Edinburgh.  

City of London Lord Mayor visits Scottish Financial Risk Academy

City of London Lord Mayor visits Scottish Financial Risk Academy

Pincipal, Professor Steve Chapman with Alderman Michael Bear, the Lord Mayor of the City of London, Sheriff Fiona Woolf, and Professor Alex McNeill

Financial Risk Models in R Factor Models for Asset Returns and Interest Rate Models - Scottish Financial Risk Academy 15/03/2011

 

Eric Zivot
Robert Richards Chaired Professor of Economics
Adjunct Professor, Departments of Applied Mathematics,
Finance and Statistics
University of Washington
BlackRock Alternative Advisors, Seattle WA

http://faculty.washington.edu/ezivot/research/factorModelTutorial_handout.pdf

Martin Baxter - Counterparty Credit Risk - SFRA Scottish Financial Risk Academy presentation

Martin Baxter, Nomura International, presented Counterparty Credit Risk at the Scottish Financial Risk Academy (SFRA) Inaugural Colloquium in Edinburgh on the 4 November 2010.

Prof Damiano Brigo - SFRA - Credit Models Pre- and In-Crisis: Extreme Scenarios and Systemic Risk in Valuation

Damiano Brigo (www.damianobrigo.it), Gilbart Professor of Mathematical Finance, Dept. of Mathematics, King’s College, London, presented Credit Models Pre- and In-Crisis: Extreme Scenarios and Systemic Risk in Valuation at the Scottish Financial Risk Academy (SFRA) Inaugural Colloquium in Edinburgh on the 4 November 2010.

Download the Presentation here!

Markus Krebsz - Scottish Financial Risk Academy (SFRA) Inaugural Colloquium - Risky Ratings - Reducing Over-Reliance

At the Scottish Financial Risk Academy (SFRA) Inaugural Colloquium in Edinburgh on the 4 November 2010, Markus Krebsz presented "Risky Ratings - Reducing Over-Reliance by using the Agencies' analysis sensibly.

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The The Scottish Financial Risk Academy held its Inaugural Risk Colloquium yesterday in Edinburgh

Asymptotix participated in the first Risk Colloquium organised by the SFRA which took place in central Edinburgh on 4 November 2010. The Colloquium addressed the theme of “Risk Lessons from the Financial Crisis”, and provided an outstanding programme of speakers over two sessions. The Colloquium also introduced the recently-established Academy, providing a forum for members of the financial services and academic communities to meet and learn more about the Academy’s aims and the compelling arguments for active membership.

The Scottish Financial Risk Academy (SFRA) was established in April 2010 by a consortium of founder members led by the Maxwell Institute for Mathematical Sciences. It is funded by a grant of £335,000 from the Scottish Funding Council and contributions by founder members. The consortium of founder members of the SFRA comprises the Maxwell Institute, Scottish Financial Enterprise, The Actuarial Profession, Aberdeen Asset Management, Barrie & Hibbert, and Lloyds Banking Group.

Asymptotix and the Scottish Financial Risk Academy

Asymptotix is a member of the newly established Scottish Financial Risk Academy.

The Scottish Financial Risk Academy (SFRA) was established in April 2010 by a consortium of founder members led by the Maxwell Institute for Mathematical Sciences. It is funded by a grant of £335,000 from the Scottish Funding Council and contributions by founder members.

The Scottish Financial Risk Academy

blue butterfly asymptotixLast month, the Scottish Financial Risk Academy was announced. Having been second to none for decades, the reputation of Scots as Risk Managers has taken a wee bit of hammering of late and the establishment of this initiative through the Scottish Parliament and with significant private sector support is a unique effort in part to redress that balance.

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