Avinash Persaud of Intelligence Capital gave the opening talk of the morning at RiskMinds (see first of set of posts from last year
here) and put forward a lot of the very good ideas that he has contributed to in the recent
Warwick Commission Report. Main points that Avinash made:
Entertaining speaker with some interesting ideas that fly in the face of much of what is being done by the regulators today, and generally well received by many of the risk managers present. Behavioural finance and the "crowded trade" (i.e. everyone doing
the same thing in the market causing movements within the market) seem to be key themes occuring in a lot of what academics and practitioners have said on risk management recently. Now what to do about it? Not sure that less (not more) regulation will find
many fans at the moment...answers on a postcard please!
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