IMAS Lunchtime Event: Risk Budgeting: Demystifying the Myth

Risk Budgeting is a term often used in our industry but in practice interpreted in very different ways from individual to individual and firm to firm, some claim to not use it and others claim their competitive advantage comes from it.

One common theoretical interpretation is that risk budgeting should align risk allocation with the asset allocation and investment process, however in practice this can be a very complex and expensive undertaking to implement. Join us as a number of practitioners in the industry take part in a panel discussion about what they think risk budgeting means in theory and practice to an investment firm, whether and how they are undertaking risk budgeting in their firms, what is the structure / framework adopted, what are the issues they are facing and how they address the question of whether theory can equate to reality?

So, join us and register your attendance now!

Date: 25 May 2012 (Friday)
Time: 11.45am to 2.00pm
Venue: Stellar @ 1-Altitude
1 Raffles Place Level 62
Singapore 048616
Fee:

Complimentary to IMAS members only

A western set lunch will be served at 11.45am. The Panel Discussion will start at 12.30pm sharp.

Please click here for the programme.

If you would like to attend this IMAS Lunchtime Event, please register with us at replies@imas.org.sg.

Due to seating constraint, registrations will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

We look forward to your attendance.