Alexei Sidorenko, Elena Demidenko. Secret Recipe for Risk Managers: Becoming a Valuable Risk ManagerPublisher:
Secret Recipe for Risk Managers is a very practical how-to-guide about risk management. The guide was designed and written by risk management practitioners with years of experience working across Europe and Asia-Pacific. The steps and recommendations provided in the guide are very specific and actionable and are designed to help risk managers raise the risk awareness and buy-in across their organizations. The recommendations provided in the guide are grouped into three core areas: driving risk culture, integrating risk management into business and becoming a trusted risk advisor.
Written by an experienced risk manager, this innovative new book explores the core concepts of risk management, including in-depth coverage of its scope, rationale, and practical applications. In addition to being fundamentally important to risk managers, this text will also be invaluable to senior executives, directors, regulators, and capital markets professionals. Students, lay readers, and others interested in finance will find a vast subject made engaging and accessible. Written with unusual clarity, The Shape of Risk makes use of graphics, case studies, and questions. The author encourages readers to develop their own intuition and judgment for identifying and managing risk. This is an excellent starting point for a new generation of readers who increasingly need a both practical ...
Stephen S. Solomon, Clifford W. Marshall, Martin Pepper. Mortgage Payments: Barron's Financial Tables for Better Money ManagementPublisher:Barron's Educational Series
Updated to reflect current rates, these quick reference tables show the size of monthly payments necessary to amortize loans on amounts up to $600,000 over periods ranging from one to 40 years across a broad span of interest rates. There is a short-entry glossary of financial terms at the back of the book.
Book Description Every year approximately 460,000 people under the age of 35 years old declare bankruptcy. In the last decade, loan debt has risen 142% for college students.1 The Big Bucks will explain in clear, conversational language the basics of money management-from credit cards to checking accounts to leases on cars. This is the info students need to know as they head off to college. It's the perfect graduation gift for any student in your church or school!
Alexei Sidorenko, Elena Demidenko. Secret Recipe for Risk Managers: Becoming a Valuable Risk Manager
Secret Recipe for Risk Managers is a very practical how-to-guide about risk management. The guide was designed and written by risk management practitioners with years of experience working across Europe and Asia-Pacific. The steps and recommendations provided in the guide are very specific ...
We all live in a world in which money is an important part of our everyday lives. This clearly written, practical guide to money management is appropriate for people of all ages. It includes practical examples and exercises about basic budgeting, loans, credit, and managing your financial resources ...
Risk is a future phenomenon. As part of our eternal quest to control some small component of our future, it is the focus of many business discussions, thus making it an essential part of our decision making. The challenge comes in creating a degree of consistency in managing risk and the risk ...
Jake Kouns, Daniel Minoli. Information Technology Risk Management in Enterprise Environments: A Review of Industry Practices and a Practical Guide to Risk Management Teams
Discusses all types of corporate risks and practical means of defending against them. Security is currently identified as a critical area of Information Technology management by a majority of government, commercial, and industrial organizations. Offers an effective risk management program, ...
The only guide to understanding ethical challenges in engineering projects from both a technical and a social perspective What does it mean to be a "good" engineer, planner, or design professional in the ethical sense? Technical professionals must make daily decisions which impact upon the ...
Stefano Fiorenzani. Quantitative Methods for Electrictity Trading and Risk Management: Advanced Mathematical and Statistical Methods for Energy Finance (Finance and Capital Markets)
This book presents practical Risk Management and Trading applications for the Electricity Markets. Various methodologies developed over the last few years are considered and current literature is reviewed. The book emphasizes the relationship between trading, hedging and generation asset management. ...
Satyajit Das. The Swaps & Financial Derivatives Library:Products, Pricing, Applications and Risk Management3rd Edition Revised(Boxed Set) (Wiley Finance)
The Das Swaps & Financial Derivatives Library – Third Edition Revised is the successor to Swaps & Financial Derivatives, which was first published in 1989 (as Swap Financing). A second edition was published in 1994 (as Swaps & Financial Derivatives – Second Edition (in most of the ...
Mikkel Rasmussen. Quantitative Portfolio Optimisation, Asset Allocation and Risk Management (Finance and Capital Markets)
Book Description This practical book serves as a comprehensive guide to quantitative portfolio optimization, asset allocation, and risk management. Providing an accessible yet rigorous approach to investment management, it gradually introduces ever more advanced quantitative tools for these ...
Julie Stone, Larry Chambers. Private Money Management: Switching from Mutual Funds to Private Money Managers
If you knew exactly how much money you would need at retirement, you could figure out how much risk you'd have to take to get there. You could stop focusing on finding the next hot investment and set about building your overall net worth. You'd develop aplan to manage your existing assets and ...
Stephen S. Solomon, Clifford W. Marshall, Martin Pepper. Mortgage Payments: Barron's Financial Tables for Better Money Management
Updated to reflect current rates, these quick reference tables show the size of monthly payments necessary to amortize loans on amounts up to $600,000 over periods ranging from one to 40 years across a broad span of interest rates. There is a short-entry glossary of financial terms at the back ...