Industry Insights: “Practical Risk Management for Crypto Investments“

Industry Insights: “Practical Risk Management for Crypto Investments“

Industry Insights: “Practical Risk Management for Crypto Investments“

How to settle the fluctuations in cryptocurrencies? Felix Fernandez (21e6) and Dr. Tobias Setz (OpenMetrics) present risk management by adjusting the capital allocation between the beta-exposed and market-neutral strategies. A market-neutral selection of crypto funds has a very favorable risk-return relationship. One can see that traditional investments underperform crypto investments on a risk-adjusted basis.

Watch this video on YouTube (ca. 19 min.).

About the lecturers

Felix Fernandez holds a diploma in Electronics & Information Technology from the University of Applied Sciences in Frankfurt with a specialization in software simulation environments. He has a long track record in the exchange industry and joined the Rmetrics Association Zurich as a research fellow in April 2016. Since November 2016 he is responsible for developing the OpenMetrics Solutions business and implementing a product framework, which creates sustainable value.

LinkedIn profile of Felix Fernandez

Dr. Tobias Setz holds a doctoral degree in Physics and a Master's degree in Computational Science and Engineering from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich. Since 2016 he is the main architect of the OpenMetrics Solutions technology framework and has engaged in implementing state-of-art solutions.

LinkedIn profile of Dr. Tobias Setz

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