Financial engineering workshops
Autumn Term 2018
17 October: "Hybrid Modelling: Design and Computational Aspects"
Ernst Eberlein (Freiburg University)
24 October: "Turbocharging Monte Carlo Pricing for the Rough Bergomi Model"
Mikko Pakkanen (Imperial College London)
14 November: "Cross-Currency Basis – What Drives it?"
Jessica James (Commerzbank)
21 November: "Technical Analysis and Discrete False Discovery Rate: Evidence from MSCI Indexes"
Georgios Sermpinis (University of Glasgow)
05 December: "Volatility Parametrizations: Fitting the Market or Fitting the Model?”
Marco de Innocentis (Credit Suisse)
Spring Term 2018
31 January: "The P&L Attribution based Eligibility Test under Fundamental Review of Trading Book: Alternative Proposal"
Manuela Benigno, Andrea Fraquelli and Adolfo Montoro (Risk methodology team at Deutsche Bank London)
21 February (room 6001): "Learning Curve Dynamics with Artificial Neural Networks"
Alexei Kondratyev (Standard Chartered Bank)
14 March: "Efficient Numerical Techniques for a Variety of Problems in Quantitative Finance"
Cornelis Oosterlee (Delft University of Technology and CWI - center for mathematics & computer science Amsterdam)
21 March: "Option Pricing with Legendre Polynomials"
Julien Hok (Credit Agricole)
28 March: "XVA Optimisation with Evolutionary Algorithms"
George Giorgidze (Standard Chartered Bank)
Autumn Term 2017
18 October: "On the Joint Calibration of SPX and VIX Options"
Julien Guyon (Bloomberg L.P., Columbia University and NYU)
08 November: "CCP Stress Testing: a Practitioner's Approach"
Quentin Archer (LCH Ltd)
22 November: "Information Derivatives"
Andrei Soklakov (Deutsche Bank)
06 December: "Model-free Valuation of Barrier Options"
Peter Austing (Citadel)
Unless stated otherwise, workshops will be held in Room 2005 from 18:10 - 19:15
Light refreshments will also be available from 17:40 inside Room 2005.
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