Quant Crash Course – Course Outline
 The Distribution or generator function
 The importance of Volatility and Correlation to a risk management or control function
 The importance of having pretrade controls and limits
 Duration, Convexity and Optionality
 Value at Risk (VaR) measure and its various applications
 The limitations of using a VaR measure
 Various types of capital and risks for which capital may be attributed
 A capital focused risk management framework
 A limits management framework
 Types of limits such as stop loss, transaction, expectations and counterparty limits
Course Prerequisites
Comfort with basic mathematics and an understanding of the risk management environment together with a familiarity of financial markets, banking industry, economic capital, portfolio management concepts and the Basel II framework.
Course Audience
This course is targeted at intermediate and advanced users and individuals responsible for capital allocations, limit setting and risk management with the treasury functions of banks and other financial institutions.
Course Guide
Here is the structure of the course.
Title

Duration


Session 1 – Risk & Context  

33:15 mins  

38:19 mins  

19:48 mins  
Session 2 – Value at Risk  

22:58 mins  

36:06 mins  
Session 3 – Capital – Learning to work with capital  41:15 mins  
Session 4 – Limits  46:01 mins 
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 Pricing Interest Rate Swaps & Interest Rate Options – Topic Guide
 Setting Counterparty Limits – Topic Guide
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 Setting Value at Risk, Stop Loss, Pre Settlement and Counterparty Limits – Course Outline
 Stress Testing – Course Outline
 Understanding N(d1) and N(d2) – Course Outline
 Pitching for Startups – Course Outline
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