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Economic Bubbles - How Market Fads Come and Suddenly Go

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  • 60 minutes

Economic bubbles, including asset bubbles and other various phenomena that can be labeled as fads, represent symptoms of occurrences of irrational exuberance. These have traditionally been understood as anomalies with little or no explanations. Hence the study of the phenomenon is relatively recent, and hence often misunderstood if not discarded as one-off anomalies.

Contrarily to what a lot of economic theory tells, bubbles have come up in recent history more often than we care to believe or to remember. Their effect is to destroy reputations and fortunes, but also to offer exceptional profit opportunities to who can ride the wave. The hypothesis behind this course is that bubbles, as the result of central bankers’ misguided policies or of deliberate government policy, can, to a degree, be predicted and used.

In this webinar join expert speaker Fred Vacelet, where he will review a few examples from recent and less recent history, to draw useful lessons from earlier disasters, and analyze their commonalities, causes, and mechanisms.

Session Highlights: 

  • Bubbles exist – from South Seas and subprime, to the next one

  • Mechanics of bubbles: anomaly, inflate, fashion, burst out

  • Trading and investment strategies for bubbly times: making money before and during Armageddon

  • The implication for Monetary policy: when can bubbles be controlled

  • Regulatory, and International Policies: present and potential policies that can keep bubbling under control

Why You Should Attend: 

We propose here, for the benefits of front offices as well as middle offices, a few strategies to optimize returns in market situations when few knowledgeable and prudent people dare to venture. We then explore, from the present state of the global economy and markets, where there may be situations of bubbles, at what stage they are, what can be predicted, and how the bubbles can be exploited.

Who Should Attend:

  • Credit functions

  • Banks 

  • The Government( All Those Luscious capital gains and rising property taxes)

  • Pension Funds

  • Brokers

  • Asset management

  • Trading functions

  • Middle-office

  • Risk functions, risk managers, risk analysts

  • Strategic planning, general management

  • Risk management professionals

  • Administrative managers

  • Line managers

  • More generally, everybody involved in financial and non-financial risk of financial activities, be it from the side of financial institutions or investors.

Advanced Preparation: None 

Program Level: Intermediate 

Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of About Money Laundry, Basic Financial

Field of Study: Accounting, Financial

*You may ask your Question directly to our expert during the Q&A session.
** You can buy On-Demand and view it as per your convenience.


Fred Vacelet

Fred Vacelet

Fred Vacelet is a Financial Risk Management Consultant with international expertise in Risk Management methodological frameworks. His experience spans some 25 years, advising banks, software houses and others on risk management. Fred holds various degrees, including from London Business School, with post-graduate studies at the Technische (then West)-Berlin and Keio (Japan) universities. A Qualified in Islamic Finance (IFQ), he is a published author on risk management and Basel Accords, and a regular speaker at conferences.

The client list includes ABN Amro, Barclays, Lloyds TSB, CDC Paris, Credit Suisse, DePfa, Deutsche Bank, National Bank of Egypt, IBM Consulting, Sungard, the UK Regulatory body (then FSA, now PRA/FCA), Reuters and numerous other institutions of various countries and sizes. In addition to that, Fred runs training courses and workshops with participants from various banks around the world.

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Number of CPE Credits Awarded for This Course: 1.0 (Accounting - 0.5, Financial Management - 0.5)

Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

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