A risk manager is asked to analyze the credit risk of a convertible bond. The risk manager has never analyzed convertible bonds, but does have significant expertise in credit risk. The risk manager accepts the assignment, finds a paper on the subject through the PRMIA web site and copies the method used there. The risk manager completes the assignment and delivers a report to his or her direct supervisor and the supervisor is quite pleased.

A risk manager is asked to analyze the credit risk of a convertible bond. The risk manager has never analyzed convertible bonds, but does have significant expertise in credit risk. The risk manager accepts the assignment, finds a paper on the subject through the PRMIA web site and copies the method used there. The risk manager completes the assignment and delivers a report to his or her direct supervisor and the supervisor is quite pleased.

According to the PRMIA Standards of Best Practice, Conduct and Ethics (Code of Conduct), this was acceptable behavior if the following conditions were met:

I. The risk manager disclosed the lack of knowledge about convertible bonds

II. The methodology employed is disclosed and explained

III. The report was just to be used for analysis and not in practice

IV. The risk manager was sure of his/her understanding of the paper found on the web
A . I and II
B . I, II and IV
C . I, II and III
D . I only

Answer: A

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