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  1. David Harper CFA FRM

    Week in Risk Week in Risk (May 5th)

    ...Role in Risk Oversight and Why it's Important https://trtl.bz/2PMFVwE. I mentioned last week a recent forum discussion about economic value added (EVA). According to the Harvard Law School Forum, Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) is adding EVA metrics to its proxy research reports...
  2. David Harper CFA FRM

    Week in Risk Week in Risk (April 28th)

    ...solving for ROI as given by the difference between return on assets (ROA) and cost of funds (COF): https://trtl.bz/2V3qkys 3. Economic value added (EVA): In my view, @nansverma is totally correct to point out syllabus imprecisions (if not inconsistencies) in its reference to economic value...
  3. Nicole Seaman

    Economic Value Added (EVA)

    ...that you had seen the many threads throughout the forum that discuss EVA (to find, use the search or tag functions to search for economic value added). I also found this article that David mentioned in another post that might be helpful to you: https://www.investopedia.com/university/eva/...
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    Economic Value Added (EVA)

    I apologize in advance if this is not the right post. A quick question about EVA (Economic Value Added). Study notes Crouhy, Page 17 - it is defined as : EVA (economic value added), or NIACC (net income after capital charge), is the after-tax adjusted net income less a capital charge equal to...
  5. Nicole Seaman

    2019: Part 1 New and Updated Published Materials

    Study Notes PDF Updated 03/12/19 Foundations of Risk Management Reading 5, Brunnermeir: Study Notes Updated 03/12/19 to v7: https://www.bionicturtle.com/topic/study-notes-brunnermeier-deciphering-liquidity-credit-crunch-2007-2008/ LO added: Describe the key factors that contributed to the...
  6. David Harper CFA FRM

    Week in Risk Week in Risk (February 17th)

    New Practice Questions P1.T4.906. Annuities and yield to maturity (Tuckman Ch.3) https://trtl.bz/2I7W7sh P2.T9.906. The impact of fintech innovations on operations management, deposit services, and lending (Gomber) https://trtl.bz/2BvlYnZ New YouTube How to interpret N(d1) and N(d2) in Black...
  7. Nicole Seaman

    2019: Part 2 New and Updated Published Materials

    This thread is to give our members a quick reference to the new and updated Part 2 materials that we publish throughout the 2019 exam period. We include the date that the materials were updated or published so you know that you are using the most up-to-date materials. Please make sure to read...
  8. Nicole Seaman

    2019: Part 1 New and Updated Published Materials

    This thread is to give our members a quick reference to the new and updated Part 1 materials that we publish throughout the 2019 exam period. We include the date that the materials were updated or published so you know that you are using the most up-to-date materials. Please make sure to read...
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    Economic Earning/Accounting Earning

    Mr Harper, could you please come up with some easy examples because I was totally unable to understand the difference between these two types of profit. Kindly be precise. Thank you
  10. David Harper CFA FRM

    Economic Earning/Accounting Earning

    ...will not equal the cash flow during the period. In general, while economic earnings can mean different things (for example, economic value added, EVA, is a specific methodology for "un-raveling" the accounting earnings into a cash-flow based earnings), in general it implies a cash-flow based...
  11. David Harper CFA FRM

    FRM T1. Foundation > Learning Spreadsheets: Commentary

    ...the procedure for estimating WACC (if you'd like to see WACC in action, many years ago I wrote a tutorial for investopedia on economic value added, see http://www.investopedia.com/university/eva, as in my consulting life I helped introduce EVA into companies). I did want to just highlight...
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    Geometric Returns of negative interest rates

    Dear emilioalzamora1 If you allow, I wish to bring to your kind notice few points - (1) I have initiated this thread by quoting the overnight EURO Libors which are negative. Though pure intention of raising this thread was totally academic, however, this is actual problem we are facing. No...
  13. David Harper CFA FRM

    Week in Risk Week in Risk (ending April 2nd)

    In the forum this week (selected only) 5% VaR versus 95% VaR and why Dowd’s absolute VaR is the best formula https://www.bionicturtle.com/forum/threads/l2-t5-69-parametric-value-at-risk-var.3643/#post-49002 The opposite of a diversification benefit is a “compounding penalty”...
  14. David Harper CFA FRM

    Week in Risk Week in Risk (ending March 26th)

    New practice questions P2.T9.705. The electronification of fixed income markets https://www.bionicturtle.com/forum/threads/p2-t9-705-the-electronification-of-fixed-income-markets.10322/ P2.T9.706. Negative policy rates...
  15. David Harper CFA FRM

    Week in Risk Week in Risk (ending March 19th)

    New practice questions P2.T9.701. Bitcoin risks and regulation https://www.bionicturtle.com/forum/threads/p2-t9-701-bitcoin-risks-and-regulation.10286/ P2.T9.702. Dudley on market and funding liquidity...
  16. David Harper CFA FRM

    Week in Risk Week in Risk (ending March 5th)

    New practice questions P1.T3.702. Life insurance products and mortality tables (Hull) https://www.bionicturtle.com/forum/threads/p1-t3-702-life-insurance-products-and-mortality-tables-hull.10260/ P1.T3.703. Insurance company ratios (Hull)...
  17. David Harper CFA FRM

    Week in Risk Week in risk (ending Jan 15th)

    New FRM Practice Questions: P1.T1.702. Getting up to Speed on the Financial Crisis (Gorton)https://www.bionicturtle.com/forum/threads/p1-t1-702-getting-up-to-speed-on-the-financial-crisis-gorton.10092/ P1.T1.703. Policy responses and real effects of global financial crisis (Gorton)...
  18. David Harper CFA FRM

    Week in Risk Week in risk (ending Dec 18th)

    Selected news As expected, the Federal Reserve nudged up the federal-funds rate by 25 basis points to the range [0.50%, 0.75%] https://www.federalreserve.gov/newsevents/press/monetary/20161214a.htm Importantly, the median expected fed funds rate was revised upwards to 1.375% with an implied...
  19. David Harper CFA FRM

    Week in Risk Week in Risk (ending Dec 11th)

    New content added to the Study Planner this week (selected only) Thanks to great help from @Nicole Seaman and Deepa, we are in a terrific position with respect to updating our program for the 2017 FRM syllabus. Our initial emphasis is the study notes and underlying (learning) spreadsheets. You...
  20. David Harper CFA FRM

    Week in Risk Week in Risk (ending Oct 16th)

    In the forum this week (selected only because it’s been VERY busy) Thank you @thanala for submitting this Miller question which can easily trip up even a so-called expert (I bet you half of FRM candidates would get the second sub-question wrong) “2. The nominal monthly rate for a loan is quoted...
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