Dr. Susan Mangiero is an independent risk management and valuation consultant with over twenty years of experience in capital markets, global treasury, asset-liability management, portfolio management, financial risk control and valuation. She has worked on several trading desks, in the areas of foreign exchange, fixed income, futures and options. A CFA charterholder and certified Financial Risk Manager, Dr. Mangiero sometimes serves as an expert witness on matters relating to financial valuation, risk management, asset allocation, suitability, prudence and damage assessment. She is regularly invited to speak about valuation, risk and governance with an emphasis on applications to institutional investment market ...More participants such as pensions and hedge funds. She has addressed groups that include the U.S. Department of Labor, Chicago Board of Trade, New York State Department of Insurance, Merrill Lynch, Association of Public Pension Fund Auditors, Association of Forensic Economics, New England Public Employee Retirement Systems Forum, Global Association of Risk Professionals, American Society of Appraisers, the Wall Street Transcript, Strategy Institute, Connecticut State Department of Banking, Canadian Investment Review (keynote), Strategic Research Institute, Incisive Media (publisher of Hedge Funds Review) and the Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants. Her book, Risk Management for Pensions, Endowments, and Foundations (John Wiley & Sons, 2005), looks at risk management and valuation issues, with an emphasis on fiduciary responsibility and best practices. Her articles have appeared in Hedge Fund Review, Investment Lawyer, Valuation Strategies, RISK Magazine, Financial Services Review, Family Foundation Advisor, Hedgeco.net (http://hedgeco.net/), Expert Evidence Report, and Bankers Magazine. Susan Mangiero has written chapters for several books including the Litigation Services Handbook and The Handbook of Interest Rate Risk Management and is a contributing editor of the Journal of Compensation and Benefits. She has been quoted in places that include the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Baltimore Sun, Bloomberg.com (http://bloomberg.com/), and 401(k) Wire and Pensions & Benefits. She holds a Ph.D. in finance from the University of Connecticut, an MBA in Finance from New York University, an MA in Economics from George Washington University and a BA in Economics from George Mason University.
- Description: Independent / boutique research firm analyst. Trading frequency: Not Trading
- Interests: Bonds, Dividend stock ideas & income, ETFs, Forex, Mutual funds, Options, REITs, Retirement savings, Stocks - long, Stocks - short, Tech stocks
Good Risk Governance Pays Dr. Susan Mangiero, CFA, FRM works with institutional investors and their attorneys, auditors, financial advisors and asset managers. Services include: 1. Expert witness testimony; 2. Calculation of damages for dispute resolution; 3. Investment best practices research and analysis; 4. Asset-liability, risk ...More
management and valuation policy and procedure consulting; 5. White papers and surveys about investment risk and governance issues; 6. Valuation and risk management training for board members, trustees, consultants, advisors, regulators; and 7. Keynote speeches and presentations.
Pension Risk Matters Created in March 2006 by Susan Mangiero, PhD, CFA, Pension Risk Matters is a trademarked, award-winning, syndicated blog that addresses investment risk and valuation issues from a fiduciary perspective. While technically targeted to pension decision-makers, many of the topics resonate with institutional ...More
investors such as foundation and endowment directors and trustees. Visitors can read about issues such as 401(k) fees, hedge fund regulation, FAS 157, investment transparency, measuring leverage, hedge effectiveness, internal controls, financial fraud and so much more.
Risk Management for Pensions, Endowments and Foundations Product Description * Discusses the important links among the accounting, corporate governance, and economic aspects of hedging. * Provides non-technical guidance about the risk management process for endowments, foundations, and pension funds. * Presents a simple step-by-step approach to risk management. ...More
From the Inside Flap Tighter financial regulations, business scandals, investment losses, shareholder lawsuits, and market volatility have put fiduciaries, and their advisors, in the spotlight like never before. This is especially true for pensions, endowments, and foundations that collectively control trillions of dollars in assets on behalf of beneficiaries. To manage the financial risk, those involved in or affected by endowment, foundation, and pension fund investment decision-making must have a firm understanding of performance assessment basics, derivative instruments, and risk measurement and control techniques. Risk Management for Pensions, Endowments, and Foundations is a nontechnical primer that offers intuitive and straightforward information about risk management for plan sponsors, trustees, board members, regulators, auditors, attorneys, consultants, financial analysts, beneficiaries, fundraisers, journalists, grant-makers, and investor relations specialists. Organized into four comprehensive parts, this book: Provides a corporate governance rationale for risk management education and describes why tax-exempt investors might consider using derivative instruments Examines the basics of risk, futures, options, and swaps, including case studies specific to endowments, foundations, and pensions Addresses the risk management process from start to finish, with special emphasis on its dynamic nature Comments on the operating environment, which is currently changing Filled with examples, checklists, and end-of-chapter summaries, Risk Management for Pensions, Endowments, and Foundations provides clear guidance with regard to derivative instruments, risk management concepts, and special concerns such as valuation and reporting.
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