Risk Management - The Novel [ Part One ]
new concept in business books, which
is ‘difficult to put down’…
Kindle eBook Version: ASIN: B00CGMS2CS
is truly an amazing credit risk management education and
customer and supplier risk in a real business (one that supplies real
products and/or services) is an exciting and challenging career
However reading about the related subjects in text books can
prove to be dull.
is not a dull text book, it is a story that follows the day to day work of a
credit risk management team as they face and overcome various
You are invited to ‘listen in’ to their conversations and
read the outline of the solutions they employ.
The detail of their solutions appears at the end of the book so
reading the detail is optional.
is a parallel story that follows the adventures of James E Cricket an
Agent of the Office of Peace, which provides an undercurrent of twists
a great idea to dramatise a subject like credit risk.
I hope this becomes a trendsetter..."
Review of Credit Risk Management - The
Novel (Part One)
in The Asset Magazine
the March 2015 edition of The Asset the Assistant Editor, Christoph
Kober, reviews Credit Risk Management – The Novel (Part One).
Here is a brief extract: “In The Novel, Wells presents technical
concepts in a manner that is enlightening to anyone interested in how
oil majors and traders fuel the world economy.
In the sometimes covert world of commodities, the
book reveals how large oil majors can do business even with nefarious
traders and national oil companies with erratic payment patterns.
advice wrapped in lively accounts of how large commodity deals are
brokered make the book a helpful guide not only to credit professionals
but treasurers and financial directors as well.
" To read the whole Book Review click here
"...obviously it’s more vivid and attractive than a
regular textbook by scheming plots in various scenarios..."
Risk Management - The Novel is
written especially for anyone who loves to immerse in a good story and
is bored reading business books full of jargon, misleading accounting
standards, theory, formulae, worthless three variable mathematical
models and acronyms; like CVA, PD, EAD, PFE, CDO, CLO, CDS, standard
deviation, etc, etc.
are case studies galore that you will hardly notice but will remember,
and will no doubt apply when appropriate.
creative and entertaining indeed."
Leave academic and impractical texts gathering dust on your bookshelf
Management - The Novel. Click
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This is the first
narrative non-fiction novel to
feature the true to life experiences of a team of professionals managing
business to business credit risk, day to day.
Risk pervades every level of business, so as a business student or
graduate there is no better way to supplement your knowledge on the
subject than with practical, real life experiences.
Immerse yourself in a good story and equip yourself to deal with
the challenges of the real business world.
of Credit Risk Management - The Novel (Part One)
on Amazon.com website:
August 23, 2014: Great
reference book for commodity traders, easy and good fun to read
book is great for those risk professionals, who have hands-on
responsibilities in commodity trading and have realized that
academic books are well short of the real day-to-day work.
Ron shares his hands-on experience managing credit risk in commodity
trading by explaining in great detail the pros and cons of risk
mitigation instruments such as stand-by and documentary letters of
credit, single credit risk insurance, payment undertakings, bank
guarantees and promissory notes.
He illustrates his explanations with the daily life of a credit and
collateral management team in an oil trading company,
decisions and actions that require solutions from those who, like the
author, have experienced and solved real credit defaults and near
In addition, the adventures of a credit risk and undercover secret agent
walks the reader through the historical events that have shaped the
world in the last decades.
Good fun; I will buy the print edition to keep on my desk for reference.
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