Capital markets and global perspectives
The advent of global markets has heightened the need to understand a range of risks in global contexts, and to so do in the context of multi-faceted risks and regulation.
Increasingly the tentacles of globalization are drawing investors – corporate, and specialist funds – into the arena of global capital markets. Such markets are used to exchange assets and raise new funds. The nature and complexities of such markets requires a degree of specialist knowledge and understanding. The impacts of the 2008 financial crises have resulted in amended and new regulation and compliance in the context of risk, and this legacy requires engagement and understanding.