What Is a Black Swan Event? Is Your Financial Institution Ready For the Next One?


By Emily Hollis, CFA Partner The Black Swan Theory The black swan theory, or theory of black swan events, is a metaphor used in describing random surprising events that create some major effect, which, with the benefit of hindsight, are often inappropriately rationalized after the fact. Nicholas Taleb, a former derivatives professor of risk engineering at…

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