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Myron Scholes

Myron Scholes, Nobel Laureate

Myron Scholes is widely known for his decisive work in options pricing, capital markets and tax. He is the co-originator of the Black-Scholes options pricing model, which earned him the Alfred Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences in 1997. In addition to several mutual fund boards, Scholes has served on the board of directors of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange since 2000.

Rethinking risk management

Myron Scholes, Nobel Laureate

Learn about a risk management framework where capital is optimized across various business units and the impact of risk decisions, and how shocks that might compound losses are more clearly visualized and understood.

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Quantitative math or management analytics?

Myron Scholes, Nobel Laureate

In the third installment of our seven-part series, we ask, “why did it appear that firms took a narrow view of their risk and return tradeoffs?” Myron Scholes and Tom Kimner tell the three top issues leading to their fall and explain their reasoning.

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Moving toward optimization

Myron Scholes, Nobel Laureate

Many risk experts have sorted through the recent turmoil to find what’s wrong. In this seven-part series, Myron Scholes and Tom Kimner are not only sifting the pains, they are pointing the way to a sounder future for risk teams.

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The evolution to high-performance risk management

Myron Scholes, Nobel Laureate

Many risk experts have sorted through the recent turmoil to find the wrongs. In this seven-part series, Myron Scholes and Tom Kimner are not only sifting the pain, they are pointing the way to a sounder future for risk teams.

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