Editor's letter - June 2011 - Energy Risk

Stella Farrington - Editor - Energy Risk

This year seems once again to be filled with extreme events which ‘should' happen only every 100 years or so – regime toppling in the Middle East and the devastating earthquake in Japan being the major ones – leaving risk managers nervously revisiting stress testing.

In Stress testing under stress, Ned Molloy looks at the latest trends in the discipline and at how advances in software are allowing the development of predictive analytics that provide another way of preparing for extreme market

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