Research

We emphasize and encourage links between academic researchers and practitioners at financial institutions to bring theoretical techniques to bear on real-world issues.

Research Focus

We are focused on identifying the best solutions in global risk practices

The recent financial crisis reinforced the centrality of research in assessing, reporting, and mitigating risks in the financial services sector. From both macro and micro perspectives, our research programs deliver a wide range of insights to assist our members

Research Approach

We emphasise and build connections between academic researchers and industry practitioners at financial institutions to bring theoretical techniques to bear on real-world issues.

Latest Research Reports

Climate games: Who’s on first? What’s on second?

In view of the recent turmoil caused by international trade negotiations, we can view climate change policy in a game theoretic setting. In other words, although the major players may benefit from global emission reduction, there is a natural tendency to engage in climate policy as a strategic game. In this report, we study three different climate change games and compare with the outcome of choices by a Social Planner.

Cost-Benefit Evaluation of Investments in Climate Change Abatement

Many of the costs associated with climate change, such as large-scale coastal flooding and long droughts, are predicted to occur decades or even centuries into the future. However, societies have to invest today in order to effectively mitigate and reduce these long-run risks.

Emerging Risks

Our research team is tasked with identifying new and emerging insights to better understand risks and trends for the financial sector.