VOLATILITY AND TAIL RISK INVESTING
Welcome to Volatility and Tail Risk Investing!
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Volatility is increasingly being recognised as an asset class of its own, albeit one that is often ignored or misunderstood. Since 2012, these events have brought together global participants in volatility investing for lively discussion and debate among world experts in the field. The quality of these events consistently attracts some of the most sophisticated investors across Europe, with the 2014 Volatility and Tail Risk Investing Educational Day attended by over 250 investment professionals, including managers, investors, academics and consultants.
Please check out our past events for previous agendas, presentations and videos.
Volatility Down Under
We are delighted to be introducing our first event in Sydney on 6th March 2015 with the panel discussion: Monetising uncertainty: How can investing in volatility add alpha? Panellists will include volatility specialists from 36 South, Fortress and Milliman.
Further events in 2015
Next will be the London Volatility and Tail Risk Education Day on 16th April 2015 and we'll be back in Zurich around October. Watch this space for further updates and contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries.
Our events are sponsored by leading banks and volatility managers, and support three outstanding charities, VIMBA, Woman’s Trust and White Ribbon. The lovely people at VIMBA raise funds to help children throughout Zimbabwe and South Africa by providing shelter, food, informal education and regular check-ups to children in need, while Woman’s Trust is a fantastic, London-based charity which provides support and mental health services to women affected by domestic violence. White Ribbon is an Australian, male-led campaign to end men’s violence against women which works through primary prevention initiatives involving awareness raising and education. These small charities struggle for donations, and we are proud to give them a lifeline through the sponsorship from our events.