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Self studying Risk

I am an incoming analyst at a bulge bracket IB in the risk division. I am a fresher and have around a month of free time before joining. I wanted to know if there are some good resources, either books or online courses, which are definitely worth reading before I break into my first job. I see that there are a lot of resources given in the Risk Management Resources but I needed some help and guidance in what should I focus on in the next one month for a better understanding, once my job starts.

Thanks.

Edit: I don't have a finance background. I am an electrical engineer with decent math skills.
 
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