BY Caroline Cakebread | August 10, 2010
The greatest concern cited by risk managers for the second half of this year is government changing the rules.
BY Ana Cascon and William F. Shadwick | August 9, 2010
Three-part series explores how EVT can help manage risk post-crisis.
BY Scot Blythe | August 9, 2010
How bad could the new normal get? Well, the old rules of thumb won't work anymore.
BY Scot Blythe | August 5, 2010
A traditional asset allocation policy that relies on rebalancing can't work – at least not for everyone.
BY Caroline Cakebread | August 4, 2010
Over 64 million electricity meters register zero consumption for six months.
BY Kate Phylaktis, Fabiola Ravazzolo | August 4, 2010
Examining the impact of capital market liberalisation on the pricing of risks.
BY Longevity Markets | August 4, 2010
The market is growing rapidly and is projected to reach $31 billion by 2017.
BY Scot Blythe | August 3, 2010
Principals may have an interest in efficient markets, but agents have their own interests which tend to compensation, among others.
BY Laurie Asuncion | August 3, 2010
...some will feel that they have no choice but to maintain risk at pre-crises levels...If you apply this thinking to casino play you lose your house.
BY Caroline Cakebread | August 3, 2010
Since real estate and commodities can help deal with inflation risk, the paper makes some worthwhile points for plan sponsors.