About the course

About the course

About the course

In this online training course, our speaker Matthieu Sachot will give a background of digital assets, and will it be a momentary trend or a permanent shift to how people will invest their resources. The course will delve into what caused the acceleration of the usage of digital assets, and what are the current and future challenges and opportunities ahead for central banks, market participants and the impacts for clients.

Course Overview

  • The current pandemic has given rise to a new market trend - central banks digital currency - at least in writing, but with the will to execute shortly as the economies face unprecedented slowdowns and require direct support to individuals as well as SMEs.
  • The rise of digital assets is not new, but is gearing up amid growing habits for dematerialised relations. With it come risks, required modelling and appetite framework, alongside an important IT component. 
  • In a time of liquidity constraints, safe havens search, the acceleration of digital assets is seeing a record number of banks and platforms to replicate the organisation infrastructure, from clearing to storage.
What will you learn?
  • Current trends and development digital asset trading
  • Understand the concept of asset tokenization
  • Explore cryptocurrency and associated risks 
  • Addressing the typical risks and challenges in digital assets trading 
  • How to Integrating digital assets to traditional trading 
     
Who should attend?
  • Digital assets 
  • Trading 
  • AML/KYC 
  • Compliance
  • Cyber security risk 
  • Risk management 
  • Regulation
Pricing options

We offer flexible pricing options for this course:

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  • Group rate

  • Enterprise rates

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Content support

For this course we have collated a selection of articles from Risk.net to supplement your learning.

Risk Training is a part of Risk.net - the world’s leading source of in-depth news and analysis on risk management, derivatives and complex finance.

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