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Martin Davies is a risk architect with strong domain knowledge across a diverse risk set of fraternities including operational, credit and counterparty risk. He has a background in banking front-to-back and the ability to articulate business requirements into functional information technology concepts. Currently he is working in structured products in the emerging markets.
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Unraveling Extreme Value Theory

Posted on August 6, 2014 at 2:38pm 0 Comments

An interesting request came through from one of our customers today and is worth sharing on the Causal Capital blog because a lot of risk practitioners struggle with some of the more complex areas of modelling uncertainty. This is especially the case when risk managers are attempting to assess the size of impacts from catastrophes.…


Risk Appetite in IT operations

Posted on July 21, 2014 at 4:37am 0 Comments

Assessing and measuring risk appetite away from an investment portfolio is perhaps one of the most difficult risk management initiatives practitioners have to entertain, it is also discussed often on risk forums and written about avidly by many consulting firms.

In this article we release a white paper that steps through the entire process of measuring and assessing…


Antifragile - Dose Response

Posted on August 14, 2013 at 9:30am 0 Comments

In this posting we take a look at Nassim Taleb's video and show a working example of the Sigmoid function in R Project.

Many risk practitioners approach the quantification of risk by…


Ishikawa Diagrams Explained

Posted on July 16, 2013 at 5:27pm 0 Comments

Ishikawa Diagrams are often used to investigate how different risk factors can combine together to cause a specific outcome and are common techniques for quality control or defect inquires. The diagrams are quite popular because they are easy to understand and they can also be appraised by technical or non-technical managers alike.…


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