The World of Derivatives and Valuation Control

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1:00:00, video webcast, recorded on 22 November 2017
Posted on 22 November 2017

Standard Chartered GBS, Bangalore

Director, Continuing Education and Advocacy
CFA Institute



Cash and derivatives trading constitute core front office activities for most leading financial services firms, and the valuation control function typically plays a critical role in controlling and supporting these activities. Valuation control teams formulate and implement valuation adjustment and price-testing policies to ensure that the valuations of positions are appropriately recorded. In addition, they are responsible for operating the controls around daily benchmark rate setting and for the quarterly submission of banks prudential valuation adjustments to financial regulators. Valuation control groups are expected to be well-versed in both the analytical and numerical techniques related to the valuation of a variety of financial instruments, including bonds, loans, and derivatives, as well as more bespoke private equity–related positions. The purpose of this webinar is to provide a broad overview of the valuation control process, including practitioner insights into best practices and current challenges.
This is an archived version of a live webinar that took place on 22 November 2017.

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