IMAC Lecture - Portfolio Risk Management Strategies

Nadima El-Hassan  |  University of Technology Sydney

About this Lecture

This lecture instructs IMAC candidates on the principles of various portfolio risk management strategies including:

  • the multifactor approach to portfolio risk management;
  • sources of risk that can be identified and managed within a portfolio;
  • managing portfolio risk using futures and options;
  • Value-at-Risk as a measure of portfolio downside risk;
  • risk budgeting and Value-at-Risk; and,
  • decomposing risk using Value-at-Risk to measure a portfolio’s overall risk.

About the Lecturer

Nadima El-Hassan is a Senior Lecturer in the Finance Discipline Group at University of Technology Sydney Business School. Nadima joined the School of Finance and Economics as a full-time staff member in July 1997. Her research interests include the pricing and hedging of complex derivatives, term structure modelling, risk management and portfolio attribution analysis. She has publications in a number of the leading international journals in finance including The Journal of Financial Engineering, Asian Capital Markets, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control and Journal of Computational Finance.

Instructions

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IMAC Lecture:  Portfolio Risk Management Strategies

Essential reading(s)
- IABOK - Chapter 19 (p1017-1048)

Additional reading(s)
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Lecture  (3 hrs 24 min)  |  Slides (PDF)  |  Slides (Word)

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