Principles of Risk Management (8 Weeks) (PRM101)
This course has been canceled for this semester.
- Tuesday 19:10-21:30
- Start Date:
- Antonella Saulle
- A basic knowledge of Mathematics. A basic knowledge of Economics and Finance is preferable, but the course can be adapted to match the knowledge of the participants.
- Tokyo (Maps & Directions)
- Language of
This course presents the fundamentals of risk management and how businesses manage their exposures to risk. It aims to better protect and enhance shareholder value through value-focused enterprise risk management (ERM). Diverse Enterprise Risk Management and Financial Risk Management techniques -using quantitative and non-quantitative tools- will be applied in this course. The major topics of this course are Enterprise Risk Management and Financial Risk Management. Several Risk Management strategies will be analyzed as well as topics like Value at Risk (VAR), Hedging techniques using Derivatives, Financial Risks (foreign currency, credit risks, interest rate risk, etc.) applying mathematical and statistical tools to value, summarize and analyze various risk exposures. Cases and problems will be solved using Excel applications in the computer lab. Knowledge gained in this course is applicable to many business-related disciplines.
Prior to financial futures trading, Antonella worked at various investment banks in their Global Markets divisions, originating, marketing, and structuring various derivatives transactions in multiple assets. She worked for Societe Generale, BNP Paribas, HSBC and Mizuho in New York, Paris and London and her expertise in risk management and derivatives led her to cover both corporate and institutional clients. She holds a BA from Fordham University in New York and a degree in Law from the College of Law and BPP Law in London. She has also attended various management courses at IMD Business School in Lausanne, Switzerland. Her two decades of experience in the financial markets includes dealing with all asset classes (FX, Equity, Fixed ncome, Credit, Weather Derivatives, and Life Settlements). Antonella started her career at the brokerage division of the Man Group in New York where she was focusing on marketing Fixed Income products to French Institutional clients. At HSBC she ran the Multi-Asset derivatives desk and focused on the European Institutional clientele.
Antonella is now focusing her efforts on establishing herself in Asia and is based in Tokyo, Japan.
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