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Risk.net delivers unmatched coverage of complex issues that are ignored or under-reported elsewhere. We regularly break stories, but are not trying to compete in the provision of real-time news. Instead, we look at topics in detail, assess the implications, speak with practitioners, regulators and other stakeholders, and write detailed, analytical pieces about them.
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Risk Journals deliver peer-reviewed research covering financial risk topics such as credit risk, operational risk, investment strategies, commodities, infrastructures, derivatives, regulation and more.
These papers will provide you with financial models that will ultimately allow you to calculate and reduce financial risks accurately.
Risk Quantum content
Risk Quantum finds insights in data. The service tracks the public disclosures of over 120 banks, funds, insurers, corporates, and central counterparties – as well as reports from prudential and markets regulators – in Asia, Europe and North America.
As with the rest of Risk.net’s coverage, our reporting relates to risk management, derivatives and regulation.
Articles are short, and broken into chunks – the facts, the context, and brief commentary – and use data visualisations to get each story across. The aim is to help our readers stay in touch with what their peers and competitors are doing and how their markets are changing.
Risk Books content
Risk Books cover a wide base of subjects within finance ranging from derivatives, hedge funds, quant analysis, credit, regulatory issues and operational risk through to the energy, insurance and currency markets.
Although some subject areas are viewed as niche, the appeal and audience for these titles are broad. The content, though very popular amongst academics, is equally consumed by, and extremely useful for, practitioners, investors and corporate users.
Associations with GARP and the SOA reflects the fact that Risk Books content is not only cutting edge but also illuminating; helping to shape thinking and learning around esoteric subjects.
All Risk Books are written and edited by leading professionals and academics. Indeed, it has been the enduring goal over 20 years of publishing to establish relationships with writers and editors of the highest calibre, and produce books that make a genuine difference.
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Risk.net regularly publishes peer-reviewed quant finance research papers. These sit under the ‘Cutting Edge‘ section of the site.
Cutting Edge provides technical papers across a range of topics including market and credit risk measurement and management, the pricing and hedging of derivatives, theoretical modelling of markets and portfolios and the modelling of energy and commodity markets.
These papers provide original analysis you may not find anywhere else with the aim of evaluating key hypotheses among the financial management fields.
Articles go through a stringent process to make sure they meet the high standards required to be published on our site.
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