Risk Books

Specialist books on the financial markets

RISK BOOKS CONTENT – NOW OPEN TO ALL PREMIUM SUBSCRIBERS

Risk.net hosts a vast range of chapters from its sister brand, Risk Books. If you’re a Risk.net Premium subscriber, you can read Risk Books’ content right now.

What do Risk Books cover?

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.

Below you will see a selection of the most popular titles – simply click on one to see a list of all the chapters it includes.

What if you’re not a Risk.net Premium subscriber?

If you’re a Risk.net Business or Journals subscriber you won’t be able to read any Risk Books content. However, we can talk to you about your upgrade options – simply contact us on any of the details below:

UK & Europe: +44 (0) 20 7316 9300
Americas: +1 646 736 1850
Asia & RoW: +852 3411 4828
Email: [email protected]

You can also purchase individual copies of any Risk Books title by clicking on the relevant ‘Buy’ button. You’ll then be able to purchase the title on Amazon.

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