In this column for the Financial Investigator, Renze Munnik describes that a good reputation as a colleague and risk manager is an essential co-cause of effectiveness.

Svetlana Borovkova’s column in the Financial Investigator is about the relationships between news sentiment & corporate bond yields, and ESG scores & corporate bond yields.

Gerd-Jan van Wiggen’s column in the Financial Investigator is about The EU Taxonomy Regulation and highlights banks’ exposure, trading books, and green missions.

Amba Zeggen’s column in the Financial Investigator is about incorporating climate risk in the ORSA process, EIOPA’s application guidance & time horizons.

Svetlana Borovkova’s column in the Financial Investigator is about climate risk assessment for NGFS and portfolio climate risk.

Svetlana Borovkova’s column in the Financial Investigator is about the ML application of pricing and hedging financial derivatives and reinforcement learning.

Amba Zeggen and Rens Borsje’s column in the Financial Investigator is about mortgage scenarios, including the low-interest rates, developments in the housing market, and effects on the portfolio.

Pim Poppe’s column in the Financial Investigator is about ESG implementation considerations, the Probability ESG framework, and key questions to consider.

Svetlana Borovkova’s column in the Financial Investigator is about machine learning for market risk, neural networks, and the use of autoencoders as proposed by Prof. John Hull.

Renze Munnik’s column in the Financial Investigator is about intrinsic risk management, the free market, and government interventions in the financial sector.