Donald Fisher Douglas

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Donald Fisher Douglas's career in financial services and commodities spans more than 30 years (2017).   He is the  CEO of Cambridge Risk Limited.

Donald is a graduate of Edinburgh University and a Chartered Accountant. After qualifying as a chartered accountant, he worked with J.P. Morgan, N M Rothschild and Cambridge Risk, gaining extensive experience developing risk models for banks and financial instruments for clients – in metals, interest rates and currencies.

He has designed a range of financial instruments to meet client needs, created risk models and risk tools and advised banks, mining, oil and trading companies on hedging, derivatives and risk management. He was one of the leaders who solved some of the major hedging crises and has auctioned metal and energy portfolios. He has acted as an expert witness on a number of derivative cases.

Since establishing Cambridge Risk, he has advised a number of mining companies on hedge strategies, banks on risk models and acted as an expert witness on a number of metal related cases.

Donald has served on the board of the Association of Mining Analysts, and has spoken at conferences in Africa and Australia on mining and hedging.

He was a director of the Cambridge Preservation Society (2010 - 2013) and of Cambridge Past, Present & Future (2006 - 2013)

 

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