Tag Archives: Myron Scholes

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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