Risk interpretation is continually evolving; knowing what information to incorporate or ignore in quantitative modeling -and how to avoid bad assumptions- is vital. In this interactive, hands-on seminar (CPE approved) the participants will learn a comprehensive power risk management methodology that addresses risk from the strategic perspective of the enterprise level all the way down to the detailed management of specific individual risks.
Participants will learn how to make value-at-risk work in practice - how to design, implement and use scalable production value-at-risk measures on the trading floor. Real-world challenges are discussed relating to measurement and computation of energy-related uncertainty and risk.
Through group exercises and case studies, participants will discuss best practices and identify key fundamental relationships, perform exercises to update models; vet standard quant models and examine emergent techniques in risk mitigation and stress testing; and apply different calculation approaches needed for different applications and understand how the underlying statistics can make or break energy risk calculations.
What You Will Learn:
- In group exercises and case studies, you will examine best practices, identify key fundamental relationships and perform exercises to update models. Participants will also vet standard quant models and emergent techniques in risk mitigation and stress testing.
- You will learn when and how to apply the appropriate calculation approaches for different applications and understand how the underlying statistics can make or break energy risk calculations.
For more information about this conference visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/lxvw83/power_risk