04. February: Structured products – when are they useful and when not?

  • Swiss Risk Dinner: Structured Products
    4. February 2019
    18:00 - 21:00
Structured products seem to be a world by themselves. They are often described in a highly technical and cryptic jargon. Not everyone who invests in structured products can be an expert. And above all, regulators worry about this misleading jargon. As a result they plan to ban this confusion.
A bit of scientific research can help to understand what structured products are all about. Furthermore, we explain whether they are a useful investment. In this talk we present – in a non-technical way – what recent research has found out about structured products. Join us!
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Marc Oliver Rieger
Marc Oliver Rieger is Professor of Banking and Finance at Universiät Trier, Germany. His interests are in the area of finance, in particular behavioral finance and financial derivatives, often combining theoretical, empirical and (sometimes) experimental methods. His focus research is on finance derivates, Behavioral finance, Behavioral Decision Theory and Cultural Finance. Prof. Rieger chairs the Swiss Derivatives Awards.
Swiss Risk Dinner
Combine education and networking with a relaxing dinner: The evening starts with a cocktail and is followed by a keynote speech and a 3-course-dinner, drinks included.



Carlton La Bottega di Mario, Nüschelerstrasse 6, 8001 Zürich, Switzerland