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RISK MANAGEMENT

Well, its bit old actually, but it is still good:blog

Safety is a product, not a process.

It is being said in the industrial accident context. I’ll let the Ranter explain! through his blog.

In general, effective safety measures are usually something you do, and scattering costly “devices” around an unchanged process is a classic failure mode. Not least because they might instil a false sense of safety and lead people to take risks… Continue reading

A week back I shared the RBI and research analyst conference, I am sharing the status from one of my professor imagesStop blaming RBI! MMS, PC and gang are doing the DAMAGE. Blaming RBI for the rupee falling is like saying ‘the mirror is making me look fat’ – its your diet, bumbo, not the mirror. The Rupee is reflecting the government’s mis-governance, not RBI’s mistakes. Welcome Raghuram Rajan you theoretically have 15 years in which to do something.

RBI addressed four major risk in its latest policy,and biggest and the first risk factor stems from our vulnerability in the external sector, in particular sudden stop and reversal of capital flows that we saw over the last 10 weeks. Continue reading

While going through the RBI and research analyst conference, The RBI addressed four major risk in its latest policy,and biggest and the first imagesrisk factor stems from our vulnerability in the external sector, in particular sudden stop and reversal of capital flows that we saw over the last 10 weeks. It is not clear if financial markets have factored in the full impact of the prospective tapering of QE or whether we will have some spillover impact every time there is some announcement from advanced economies, in particular the US Fed.  Continue reading

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