Risk management is optimized by:

  • Hedging with a "portfolio strategy", generally producing income, rather than an "insurance strategy" that guarantees a cost to hedge.

  • Using highly effective, correlated hedges that qualify for hedge accounting treatment.

  • Freeing up capital required for hedging by using exchange traded futures and options-based hedges.

  • Using state of the art risk analytics to graphically demonstrate projected price performance.

  • Complying with all accounting and regulatory rules.

  • Where an “insurance strategy” is appropriate, minimizing cost by using extremely liquid and efficient exchange traded options to protect the downside risk while maintaining potential upside gains.

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