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As a pioneer in the derivatives and structured finance businesses and a long-time advisor to all types of financial services companies, Ms. Rahl has a unique cross-industry perspective. Ms. Rahl is the editor of Risk Budgeting: Risk Appetite and Governance in the Wake of the Financial Crisis, published in September 2012 by Risk Books, author of Hedge Fund Risk Transparency: Unravelling the Complex and Controversial Debate, published in March 2003 by Risk Books, and the editor of Risk Budgeting: A New Approach to Investing, published in November 2000 by Risk Books. Her articles have appeared in a wide range of publications. She is a regular speaker at conferences and symposia and frequently quoted in the press.
Ms. Rahl was named one of the 100 Most Influential People in Finance by Treasury and Risk magazine in June 2010, one of the Top 50 Women in Finance by Euromoney in 1997, and was profiled in both the fifth and tenth anniversary issues of Risk Magazine. She was listed in "Who's Who in Derivatives" by Risk Magazine and was profiled in Fortune's "On the Rise" and Institutional Investor's "The Next Generation of Financial Leaders."
Ms. Rahl is on the Board of Directors of the International Association of Quantitative Finance (IAQF) and the Global Risk Institute (GRI). She was a Director of the International Swaps Dealers Association (ISDA) for five years and is a former Director of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC), Fannie Mae, the MIT Investment Management Company, as well as a former Advisory Board Member of the New York State Common Retirement Board. Ms. Rahl is a member of the Economic Club of New York.
Ms. Rahl received her undergraduate degree from MIT in 1971 and an SM/MBA from the Sloan School at MIT in 1972.