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Organized by: Prof. Dr. Erich Walter Farkas, Prof. Dr. Ashkan Nikeghbali
MAT975Current Challenges in Financen.n.HS 10
Module:  MAT975  Current Challenges in Finance

JOINT SEMINAR

The seminar reflects an ongoing cooperation between the Swiss Banking Institute ISB within the Faculty of Economics, University of Zurich, and the Institute of Mathematics I-Math, Faculty of Science, University of Zurich.

NO credits are given.

Time: On Fridays or Mondays at 6 pm; each term during the lecture times, Usually Mid February - End of May; Mid September - End of December

Goals: The aim of the seminar is to facilitate a direct contact of the students of the joint degree UZH - ETH program "Master of Science in Quantitative Finance", the students of the Master of Arts in Banking and Finance of the UZH, the students of the Master of Science in Mathematics, the PhD students in Finance and Mathematics from UZH with leading practitioners working in the financial industry.

In particular one can discuss opportunities of internships and joint research projects.


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DateTitleSpeaker
23.09.10
Thursday
The Impact of Collateral and Counterparty Credit Exposure on the Valuation of Derivatives
Time: 17.15-18.15 Room: PLD E 04
Louis Scott
UBS
04.10.10
Monday
Quantitative Finance: Art or Science?
Time: 18.00-19.00 Room: ETH HG G 26.3
Manfred Plank
Managing Director, Global Head Credit Analytics PB, Credit-Suisse
05.11.10
Friday
(PRMIA talk)
Risks and rewards in central banks' policy operations: a risk manager's perspective
Time: 18.00-19.00 Room: ETH HG F 30
Evangelos Tabakis
Deputy Head of the Risk Management Division in the European Central Bank; Frankfurt
nnTo be announced
Room: n.n.
Frithjof Weber
Head of Market Risk, Clariden Leu
 
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