Some online risk management products failed to live up to expectations last year, but software vendors forge ahead, developing products that support fast-growing markets such as credit derivatives and CDOs, and tools to help banks meet Basel II requirements.
'Popularity be damned' says Boston Partners
Cate Rocchi discusses the $60m Clarion Offshore Fund which has grown over 265% since launching in 1996
Robert Fischer demonstrates how the Fibonacci trading method can predict the highs and lows of the markets
Jeff Benjamin looks at the repercussions of the recent terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. He asks, how hard has the market been hit and how long is recovery likely to take?
Could Basel II worsen recessions? By backtesting the proposed capital rules to the last recession, D. Wilson Ervin and Tom Wilde argue that the increased risk sensitivity of loan portfolio regulatory capital in the new Accord could have unwelcome systemic...
Should a new hedge fund manager set up in or out of house?
Hedge fund service providers looking to stay ahead in the marketplace are turning to corporate websites to communicate with their customers
Risk management software suppliers will need to improve their products to meet the demands of Basel II.
Basel capital reform should mean a lot more business for risk management consultants. But a shortage of the right specialists could prevent them from cashing in.