FX Week Europe will return on 26 November 2014 to provide you with the latest
information on the global foreign exchange market. This one-day two-stream
conference will provide you with essential coverage of how new advances in FX are
changing the role of industry participants and help you to better understand the
implications of recent market developments, and ways to best take advantage of
Risk is delighted to offer this specialist training course which has been designed to focus on the assessment of risk models in the context of concrete risk model implementation. There are numerous validation tools available, and the course will individually describe these tools and their application in practice.
In response to feedback on the Central Banking National Asset-Liability Management events, we are proud to bring to the reserve management community a series of meetings covering the opportunities for, and practicalities of, investing in the Renminbi. We will address topics such as: Policy initiatives by China and the development of the offshore RMB markets, tapping the onshore and offshore RMB bond markets and hedging tools, RMB as a reserve currency: central banks’ perspective, exploring the rational for investing in RMB, and the risks of investing in RMB and how to manage them.
This seminar will cover the objectives, theoretical justifications, and practical implications of the soon-to-be-finalised Fundamental Review of the Trading Book. The mix of speakers, combined with an acedemic approach that prioritises discussion and debate means this seminar will provide a unique forum for benchmarking progress and learning about the immediate and long-term impact on market risk management and banks' trading strategies.
FX Week is proud to present the 8th annual FX Invest Europe
conference, bringing together leading buy-side practitioners in the fast
developing foreign exchange and currency markets. It is a must-attend event for
those who want to better understand the implications of recent market
developments and the ways to best take advantage of them.