This white paper addresses the similarities between the building blocks of enterprise risk management as discussed in a 2009 IAA paper and value investing, with quotes and examples taken from published descriptions from famous investors like Warren Buffett, Howard Marks, Phil Fisher and Charlie Munger. Max uses books he has read to compare the concepts and finds the skill sets comparable.
Max completed this sponsored research project with the help of Cardinal Investment Advisors It provides analysis about advantages that US-based insurers had during the financial crisis and how they performed with their general account portfolios.
Max presented an update of his Insurer Investment Practices during the Crisis research at the Investment Symposium in April 2011.
Max discussed financial reform, systemic risk and his financial essay Perfect Sunrise at the Investment Symposium in April 2011.
Max presented an update of his Insurer Investment Practices during the Crisis research at the ERM Symposium in March 2011. The audio for the session can be found here http://www.ermsymposium.org/2011/audio2011/InsuranceInvestment-Rudolph-Tourville.MP3
Max presented ERM from an investor's perspective on this international webcast. Jan 16, 2008
Max gave a talk on personal investing in 2005 at the ERM Symposium. With the topic “Do Risk Professionals Have What It Takes to Manage Assets?”, he discussed common misperceptions about investing and presented a framework that anyone can follow if they think through the issues and exert a little discipline.
(The complete presentation is 90 minutes long using the MP3 link.)
"Do Risk Managers Have What it Takes to Manage Assets?" (MP3 Version)
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