Confronting Global Risks


I am doing a live Webinar on April 11, 2012 at 11:00am ET. It is called Confronting Global Risks.

There is a preparatory video that is available here.

The live session will take your questions. The basic topics are:

I will talk about managing global risks such as:

  • a complete breakdown in the Eurozone
  • a preemptive strike on Iran’s nuclear installations
  • a U.S. debt-to-GDP ratio that is drifting into European territory
  • the fact that 4 of 19 banks failed the recent stress test — but the bar was only set at 5% Tier 1 capital (roughly 20x leverage); at 6%, 11 of 19 fail; at 9%, 16 of 19 fail.

Here is the key page. It contains the prep video and on Wednesday April 11, there will be a live stream from this page. You are welcome to register. While this event was designed for Duke alumni, anyone is welcome to register and ask questions. If you can’t make it on the 11th, we will post a video of the event later.

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