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Sovereign Risk Management

Edited By Malan Rietveld

Overview

Sovereign Risk Management focuses on how official investors should respond to the new challenges they face in managing diverse forms of risk in the aftermath of the crisis that erupted in August 2007. The book includes the insights of a carefully selected roster of experts and practitioners on the management of market, political and regulatory risk.


A Central Banking Publications Book

Publish date: 24 Nov 2009

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Book description

The global financial crisis that erupted in August 2007 has shed new light on the role of official investors and the assets they manage. In many countries, governments and government-owned entities were called upon to address crises that emerged due to the mismanagement of risk in the private sector. Yet official investors and public institutions need to manage risks of their own – risks that in many cases are unique to them.

Sovereign Risk Management focuses on how official investors should respond to the new challenges they face in managing diverse forms of risk in the aftermath of the crisis. The book includes the insights of a carefully selected roster of experts and practitioners on the management of market, political and regulatory risk.

What is the role of central bank reserves and sovereign wealth funds in managing risks to the domestic economy and financial system?

How can public assets best be invested over the long-term to manage future risks?

How can risks most effectively be identified and managed in the official-sector context?

Sovereign Risk Management focuses on the unique risks faced by sovereign wealth funds and other official investors, and how these risks are changing in the post-crisis financial and political landscape.

Book details

ISBN
9781902182636
Publish date
24 Nov 2009
Format
Paperback
Size
170mm x 245mm

Editor biography

Malan Rietveld

Malan Rietveld is assistant editor of Central Banking quarterly journal and writes on monetary policy, reserve and sovereign wealth management, politics and economics. He is co-editor (with Jennifer Johnson-Calari) of Sovereign Wealth Management, published by Central Banking Publications in 2007. He holds masters degrees in economics and economic history from the University of Leuven and the London School of Economics respectively.

Table of contents

Sovereign wealth and the global credit crisis: a review

Malan Rietveld

Editor

Lessons for long-term investors: how will pension funds change after the crisis?

Amin Rajan

CEO, CREATE

Towards new models for sovereign investing in Asia

Donghyun Park

Senior Economist, Asian Development Bank

The role of sovereign wealth in strengthening China’s public pension system

Zheng Bingwen

Deputy President and Professor, Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Social Science

Strengthening the role of sovereign shareholders

Peter Hahn

FME Fellow, Corporate Finance & Governance, Cass Business School

Organising the risk-management function in the official-sector context

Ludek Niedermayer

Former Vice Governor, Czech National Bank

Managing macrofinancial risk in an asset-liability framework

Dale Gray

Senior Risk Expert, Monetary and Capital Markets Department, International Monetary Fund

Interview: managing new risks to sovereign portfolios

Martin Skancke

Asset Management Department, Norwegian Ministry of Finance

New approaches to managing foreign-exchange risks

Arjan Berkelaar and Roberto de Beaufort

Investment Officers, World Bank Treasury

The global financial crisis and the role of sovereign investors in the Gulf

Nasser Saidi

Chief Economist, Dubai International Financial Centre

Singapore’s sovereign wealth funds: a model for regulation and governance

Yvonne Lee

Assistant Professor, National University of Singapore

A Chinese perspective of the regulation of sovereign wealth funds

Hong Li

Doctoral Candidate, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics

Legal risks for sovereign wealth funds

Efraim Chalamish

Fellow, New York University Law School

Reassessing political risk after Santiago and the global financial crisis

Sven Behrent

Associate Scholar, Carnegie Middle East Centre

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