QuantArt along with IIM Calcutta Presents a 2-Days Training on
FX & INTEREST RATE HEDGING AND RISK MANAGEMENT
19th and 20th September, Hyatt Regency, Delhi
Forex market is volatile and the best way to ride the volatility is knowledge. Our workshop’s are aimed at senior management like CFOs, Finance Directors, CEOs and Treasury Heads who have the responsibility to setup the right strategies and policies for the company.
Earlier editions of this training have been attended by over 400 participants from companies like Reliance Industries, SBI, CCIL, Hindalco, IndusInd Bank, Catholic Syrian Bank, Cadila, Idea, Emcure, Glenmark, Hindalco, Ultratech, CEAT, Cox & Kings, Toyota, General Motors, DCM Shriram, Tata group, KPMG, SCI amongst others and the feedback has been excellent. A must attend training for anyone dealing with Fx exposures.
All participants will get certificate from IIM Calcutta
To Register or for more details:
• E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
• Phone: +91 – 89200 37933
Samir and Srinivas are currently running QuantArt, an Financial markets advisory firm with experienced bankers as partners and select large corporates, banks as clients. They have trained over 500 participants on advanced Fx and IR Risk Management from large Indian companies, MNCs and Banks.
Samir is an MBA from IIM Calcutta and has over 17 years’ experience in foreign exchange and IR risk management. He founded QuantArt in 2012 to bring best practices of currency risk management to Indian corporate and banks. Prior to QuantArt, he worked with JP Morgan (Exec Director), HSBC (Asso. Director) and ICICI Bank treasuries. Samir has extensive experience on risk management, hedging, algorithm-based hedging, trading etc.
Srinivas is an MBA from IIM Bangalore with over 15 years’ experience in treasuries where he worked in the structuring desk of large banks. Prior positions held, in JP Morgan (VP), Standard Chartered, Axis Bank. He specializes in structuring hedging and currency risk management solutions to companies. Srinivas has extensive knowledge of VAR, derivative pricing, forex risk modelling etc.
Prof. Partha Ray is currently Professor of Economics at IIM Calcutta. During 2007 – 2011 he was an Adviser to the Executive Director (India) at the IMF, Washington D.C. Prior to this stint at the IMF, he was working in the specialist cadre of Economists, in RBIs Economic Research Department for nearly 16 years (1989- 2006) at various capacities; his last position was Director, Financial Markets Division.Educated in Oxford, Prof. Partha Ray has published extensively on macroeconomics, financial markets, monetary policy, banking and global financial crisis.