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Speaker List

Jesper Andreasen: 

Kwant Daddy! Global Head of Quantitative Research, Saxo Bank

Jesper Andreasen (Kwant Daddy): Global Head Of Quantitative Research, Saxo Bank  

Jesper Andreasen is head of Quantitative Research at Saxo Bank in Copenhagen. Jesper has previously held senior positions in the quantitative research departments of Danske Bank, Bank of America, Nordea, and General Re Financial Products. Jesper’s recent research focusses on efficient and accurate methods for computing credit and market risk. Jesper holds a PhD in mathematical finance from Aarhus University, Denmark. He received Risk Magazine’s Quant of the Year awards in 2001 and 2012, joint with Leif Andersen and Brian Huge respectively, and is an honorary professor of mathematical finance at Copenhagen University.

Peter Carr:

Professor and Dept. Chair of FRE Tandon, New York University

Peter Carr: Professor and Dept. Chair of FRE Tandon, New York University

Dr. Peter Carr is the Chair of the Finance and Risk Engineering Department at NYU Tandon School of Engineering. He has headed various quant groups in the financial industry for the last twenty years. He also presently serves as a trustee for the National Museum of Mathematics and WorldQuant University. Prior to joining the financial industry, Dr. Carr was a finance professor for 8 years at Cornell University, after obtaining his Ph.D. from UCLA in 1989. He has over 85 publications in academic and industry-oriented journals and serves as an associate editor for 8 journals related to mathematical finance. He was selected as Quant of the Year by Risk Magazine in 2003 and Financial Engineer of the Year by IAQF/Sungard in 2010. From 2011 to 2014, Dr. Carr was included in Institutional Investor’s Tech 50, an annual listing of the 50 most influential people in financial technology.

In the 2 years Dr. Carr been FRE dept. chair, applications increased from 1,300 per year to 1,900 per year. The number of FRE Masters students in residence was the highest in any 2-year period. For the incoming 2018 class, current verbal GRE is 169/170 and GPA is 3.82. FRE moved up in Quantnet rankings both years. An online summer course was initiated last summer and an on-campus bootcamp will be initiated this summer. Six electives on machine learning in finance were introduced. The distance learning room will become operational this summer.

Katia Babbar:

University of Oxford”, Academic Visitor & “QuantBright” Consultant

Katia Babbar: University of Oxford”, Academic Visitor & “QuantBright” Consultant

Vladimir Piterbarg:

MD, Head of Quantitative Analytics and Quantitative Development, NatWest Markets

Vladimir Piterbarg: MD, Head of Quantitative Analytics and Quantitative Development at NatWest Markets

Blanka Horvath:

Lecturer, King’s College London and Researcher, The Alan Turing Institute

Blanka Horvath: Lecturer, King’s College London and Researcher, The Alan Turing Institute

Blanka is a Honorary Lecturer in the Department of Mathematics at Imperial College London and a Lecturer at King’s College London. Her research interests are in the area of Stochastic Analysis and Mathematical Finance.

Her interests include asymptotic and numerical methods for option pricing, smile asymptotics for local- and stochastic volatility models (the SABR model and fractional volatility models in particular), Laplace methods on Wiener space and heat kernel expansions.

Blanka completed her PhD in Financial Mathematics at ETHZürich with Josef Teichmann and Johannes Muhle-Karbe. She holds a Diploma in Mathematics from the University of Bonn and an MSc in Economics from the University of Hong Kong.

Matthias Arnsdorf:

Global head of Counterparty Credit Risk Quantitative Research, J.P. Morgan

Matthias Arnsdorf: Global head of Counterparty Credit Risk Quantitative Research, J.P. Morgan

Since 2012 Matthias has been heading the counterparty credit risk quantitative research team globally.

His main responsibilities include the development & support of J.P. Morgan’s suite of credit exposure models which are used for valuation and risk management as well as credit capital.

Prior to his work in credit risk, Matthias headed the market risk capital modelling effort in EMEA for two years. Matthias started his career in finance in 2002 as a credit derivatives quantitative researcher at UBS and J.P.Morgan.

Matthias holds a PhD in Quantum Gravity from Imperial College London and has spent two years as a post-doctoral researcher at the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen prior to his move to quantitative finance.

Alexander Sokol:

Executive Chairman and Head of Quant Research, CompatibL

Alexander Sokol: Executive Chairman and Head of Quant Research, CompatibL

Alexander Sokol is the founder, Executive Chairman, and Head of Quant Research at CompatibL, a trading and risk technology company. He is also the co-founder of Numerix, where he served as CTO from 1996 to 2003, and the co-founder of Duality Group, where he served as CTO from 2017 to 2020.

Alexander won the Quant of the Year Award in 2018 together with Leif Andersen and Michael Pykhtin, for their joint work revealing the true scale of the settlement gap risk that remains even in the presence of initial margin. Alexander’s other notable research contributions include systemic wrong-way risk (with Michael Pykhtin, Risk Magazine), joint measure models, and the local price of risk (with John Hull and Alan White, Risk Magazine), and mean reversion skew (Risk Books, 2014).

Alexander earned his BA from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology at the age of 18, and a PhD from the L. D. Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics at the age of 22. He was the winner of the USSR Academy of Sciences Medal for Best Student Research of the Year in 1988.

Alexandre Antonov:

Chief Analyst, Danske Bank

Alexandre Antonov: Chief Analyst, Danske Bank

Alexandre Antonov received his PhD degree from the Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics in 1997. He worked for Numerix during 1998-2017 and recently he has joined Danske Bank as the Chief Analyst in Copenhagen.

His activity is concentrated on modeling and numerical methods for interest rates, cross currency, hybrid, credit and CVA/FVA/MVA. AA is a published author for multiple publications in mathematical finance and a frequent speaker at financial conferences.

He has received a Quant of Year Award of Risk magazine in 2016.

Jon Gregory: 

Independent xVA Expert

Jon Gregory: Independent xVA Expert 

DR JON GREGORY is an independent expert specialising in counterparty risk and xVA related projects. He has worked on many aspects of credit risk in his career, being previously with Barclays Capital, BNP Paribas and Citigroup. He is a senior advisor for Solum Financial Derivatives Advisory and a faculty member for the Certificate of Quantitative Finance (CQF). He also serves on the Academic Advisory Board of IHS Markit and is a Managing Editor of the journal Quantitative Finance.

In addition to publishing papers on the pricing of credit risk and related topics, Jon is author of the book “Counterparty Credit Risk The New Challenge for the Global Financial Markets” published by Wiley Finance in December 2009 (now in its third edition) and “Central Counterparties: Mandatory Central Clearing and Bilateral Margin Requirements for OTC Derivatives.”

Jon has a PhD from Cambridge University.

Andrew Green: 

Managing Director and XVA Lead Quant, Scotiabank

Andrew Green: Managing Director and XVA Lead Quant, Scotiabank

Andrew Green is a Managing Director and lead XVA Quant at Scotiabank in London. Prior to joining Scotiabank, Andrew held roles as a quantitative analysis in several different banks in London. He is the author of XVA: Credit, Funding and Capital Valuation Adjustments, published by Wiley. 

Ignacio Ruiz:

Head of Counterparty Credit Risk Measurement and Analytics, Scotiabank

Ignacio Ruiz: Head of Counterparty Credit Risk Measurement and Analytics, Scotiabank

Ignacio Ruiz has been the head strategist for Counterparty Credit Risk, exposure measurement, for Credit Suisse, as well as the Head of Risk Methodology, equities, for BNP Paribas. In 2010, Ignacio set up iRuiz Consulting as an independent advisory business in this field. In 2014, Ignacio founded iRuiz Technologies to develop and commercialise MoCaX Intelligence.

Ignacio has several publications in the space of quantitative risk management and pricing. He has also published a comprehensive guide to the subject of XVA Desks and Risk Management.

He holds a PhD in nano-physics from Cambridge University.

Kathrin Glau:

Lecturer in Financial Mathematics, Queen Mary University of London

Kathrin Glau: Lecturer in Financial Mathematics, Queen Mary University of London

Kathrin Glau currently is a Lecturer in Financial Mathematics at Queen Mary University of London & FELLOW co-founded by Marie Skłodowska Curie at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. Between 2011 and 2017 she was Junior Professor at the Technical University of Munich. Prior to this she worked as a postdoctoral university assistant at the chair of Prof. Walter Schachermayer at the University of Vienna. In September 2010 she completed her Ph.D. on the topic of Feynman-Kac representations for option pricing in Lévy models at the chair of Ernst Eberlein.

Her research is driven by the interdisciplinary nature of computational finance and reaches across the borders of finance, stochastic analysis and numerical analysis. At the core of her current research is the design and implementation of complexity reduction techniques for finance. Key to her approach is the decomposition of algorithms in an offline phase, which is a learning step, and a fast and accurate online phase. The methods range from model order reduction of parametric partial differential equations to learning algorithms and are designed to facilitate such diverse tasks as uncertainty quantification and calibration, real-time pricing, real-time risk monitoring, and intra-day stress testing.

Adolfo Montoro:

Director, Global Market Risk Analytics, Bank of America

Adolfo Montoro: Director, Global Market Risk Analytics, Bank of America

Adolfo Montoro FRM, is a director in the Global Market Risk Analytics, Bank of America in London. Previously he lead the Market Data Strategy and Analytics team and represented Deutsche Bank in the Industry FRTB Working Group supporting elements of the FRTB implementation and advocacy for the Bank over the last five years. Previously he has been in charge of the Strategic implementation of Full Revaluation-based suite of VaR model ensuring as well the adequacy of quantitative methodologies used for market risk management and regulatory purposes (Pillar I and II). He has earned an MSc in Risk Management from Bocconi University, Italy, and graduated with a degree in economics (with honours) from Universita’ della Calabria, Italy. He has earned his Financial Risk Manager (FRM) certification in 2005. Adolfo is currently affiliated with the Global Association of Risk Professionals, where he serves both as a Regional Director for the UK Chapter as well as member of the FRM Committee.

Artur Sepp:

Head Systematic Solutions and Portfolio Construction, Sygnum Bank

Artur Sepp: Head Systematic Solutions and Portfolio Construction, Sygnum Bank

Artur Sepp is Head Systematic Solutions and Portfolio Construction at Sygnum Bank’s Asset Management in Zurich, specializing in crypto assets and decentralized finance. Prior, Artur led quantitative research at a systematic hedge fund (Quantica Capital) focusing on data-driven investment strategies and asset allocation in global managed futures. In previous roles, Artur worked as front office Quant Strategist on the implementation of systematic solutions in private banking (Julius Baer), and on the full-cycle development of quantitative solutions and derivatives in investment banking (Merrill Lynch/BofA).

Artur is dedicated to connecting financial applications with science and technology. His expertise covers quantitative investing and asset allocation, modeling of financial markets and instruments, statistical and Machine Learning methods, modern computational and programming tools. His 14 years professional experience includes performing in leading roles at top quant teams in New-York, London, and Zurich.

Artur has a PhD in Mathematical Statistics from University of Tartu, an MSc in Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences from Northwestern University, and a BA cum laude in Mathematical Economics from Tallinn University of Technology. He is the author and co-author of several research articles on quantitative finance published in key journals. Artur is known for contributions to stochastic volatility and credit risk modelling with an H-index of 16. He is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Computational Finance. Artur loves martial arts, water, and mountain sports.

Petter Kolm:

Professor, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, NYU

Petter Kolm: Director of the Mathematics in Finance Master’s Program and Clinical Professor, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University

Petter Kolm is the Director of the Mathematics in Finance Master’s Program and Clinical Professor at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University. Previously, Petter worked in the Quantitative Strategies Group at Goldman Sachs Asset Management where his responsibilities included researching and developing new quantitative investment strategies for the group’s hedge fund.  Petter has coauthored four books: Financial Modeling of the Equity Market: From CAPM to Cointegration (Wiley, 2006), Trends in Quantitative Finance (CFA Research Institute, 2006), Robust Portfolio Management and Optimization (Wiley, 2007), and Quantitative Equity Investing: Techniques and Strategies (Wiley, 2010). He holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Yale, an M.Phil. in Applied Mathematics from the Royal Institute of Technology, and an M.S. in Mathematics from ETH Zurich.

Petter is a member of the editorial boards of the International Journal of Portfolio Analysis and Management (IJPAM), Journal of Financial Data Science (JFDS), Journal of Investment Strategies (JoIS) and Journal of Portfolio Management (JPM). He is an Advisory Board Member of Betterment (one of the largest robo-advisors) and Alternative Data Group (ADG). Petter is also on the Board of Directors of the International Association for Quantitative Finance (IAQF) and Advisory Board Member of Artificial Intelligence Finance Institute (AIFI).

As a consultant and expert witness, Petter has provided his services in areas including alternative data, data science, econometrics, forecasting models, high frequency trading, machine learning, portfolio optimization w/ transaction costs and taxes, quantitative and systematic trading, risk management, robo-advisory and investing, smart beta strategies, transaction costs, and tax-aware investing.

Andrey Chirikhin:

Head of Structured Credit QA, Barclays Investment Bank

Andrey Chirikhin: Head of Structured Credit QA, Barclays Investment Bank

Andrey was formerly Head of Modelling and Quantitative Analytics for L1 Treasury, part of a USD 25bn privately held investment vehicle LetterOne. Prior to LetterOne, Andrey was MD and Head of CVA and CCR quantitative Analytics at RBS. There he has created and run the front office cross asset CVA quant team. He also restructured and led the risk-side quant team charged with delivering a new Basel III compliant internal CCR methodology. The system utilizing the newly delivered methodology has won the 2013 Internal System of the year Risk award. In his 20 year career in investment banking, Andrey held several leadership and senior quant positions at Goldman Sachs, HSBC and Dresdner Kleinwort. Andrey Chirikhin holds PhD in Theoretical Statistics from Warwick University (UK), MBA from INSDEAD and MSc in Applied Mathematics from Moscow Institute for Physics and Technology (Phystech).

Since 2018 Andrey runs his own company, Quantitative Recipes, that advises on wide rage of XVA, long-term market modelling for risk and quant infrastructure.

Youssef Elouerkhaoui:

Managing Director, Global Head of Credit and Commodities Quantitative Analysis, Citi

Youssef Elouerkhaoui: Managing Director, Global Head of Credit and Commodities Quantitative Analysis, Citi

Youssed Elouerkhaoui is the global Head of Credit Quantitive Analysis at Citi. His group supports all aspects of modelling and product development across desks, thais includes: Flow Credit Trading, Correlation Trading, CDOs, Exotics and Emering Markets.

He also supports CVA, Funding and Regulatory Capital for Credit Markets. Prior to this, he was a Director in the Fixed Income Derivatives Quantitative Research Group at UBS, where he was in charge of developing and implementing models for the Structured Credit Desk. Before joining UBS, Youssef was a Quantitative Research Analyst at Credit Lyonnais supporting the Interest Rates Exotics business. He has also worked as a Senior Consultant in the Risk Analytics and Research Group at Ernst & Young. He is a graduate of Ecole Centrale Paris and he holds a PhD in Mathematics from Paris-Dauphine University.

Marc Henrard:

Managing Partner muRisQ Advisory and Visiting Professor, University College London

Marc Henrard: Managing Partner muRisQ Advisory and Visiting Professor, University College London

Over the last 20 years, Marc has worked in various areas of quantitative finance. Marc’s career includes Head of Quantitative Research at OpenGamma, Global Head of Interest Rate Modeling for Dexia Group, Head of Quantitative Research and Deputy Head of Interest Rate Trading at the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and Deputy Head of Treasury Risk also at BIS.

Marc’s research focuses on interest rate modeling and risk management. More recently he focused his attention to market infrastructure (CCP and bilateral margin, exchange traded product design, regulatory costs). He publishes on a regular basis in international finance journals, and is a frequent speaker at academic and practitioner conferences. He recently authored two books: The multi-curve framework: foundation, evolution, implementation and Algorithmic Differentiation in Finance Explained.

Marc holds a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Louvain, Belgium. He has been research scientist and university lecturer in Belgium, Italy, Chile and the United Kingdom.

Lech Grzelak:

Quantitative Analyst, Rabobank and Assistant Professor, TUDelft

Lech Grzelak: Quantitative Analyst, Rabobank and Assistant Professor, TUDelft

Navin Rauniar:

Advisory Partner focusing on LIBOR, ESG, Climate Risk & TCFD, HSBC

Navin Rauniar: Advisory Partner focusing on LIBOR, ESG, Climate Risk & TCFD, HSBC

Navin is a Risk Director with 17 years’ experience in advising the sell side on the delivery of prudential regulation such as IBOR Transition, FRTB, IRRBB, Basel III, CRR 2 and CRD V. Navin is currently leading the IBOR workstream for a Tier One bank.

Prior to this, he worked as a Senior Manager at a leading global advisory firm, where he led the analysis of the impact of the IBOR Transition on financial institutions. Additionally, Navin has spent 15 years in the industry working in global run-the-bank and change-the-bank roles for Credit Suisse, RBS, Commerzbank and JP Morgan across Front Office, Risk and Operations.

Navin is a steering committee member of the Professional Risk Managers Association where he represents the Risk Management industry on regulatory initiatives, mentoring of capital markets professionals, and a frequent speaker at banking & thought leadership events.

Antoine Savine:

Chief Quantitative Analyst, Danske Bank

Antoine Savine: Chief Quantitative Analyst, Danske Bank

Antoine Savine has worked for various Investment Banks since 1995, along Bruno Dupire, Leif Andersen and Marek Musiela. He was Global Head of Quantitative Research for Fixed Income, Currency and Credit Derivatives for BNP-Paribas 1999-2009, and currently works in Copenhagen for Danske Bank, where his work with Jesper Andreasen earned the In-House System of the Year 2015 Risk Award. His upcoming publications in Wiley’s Computational Finance series are dedicated to teaching the technologies implemented in those award-winning systems.

Antoine also teaches Volatility Modeling and Numerical Finance in the University of Copenhagen’s Masters of Science in Mathematics-Economics. The curriculum for his Numerical Finance lectures is being published by Wiley under the name “AAD and Parallel Simulations”.

Antoine holds a Masters from the University of Paris (Jussieu) and a PhD from the University of Copenhagen, both in Mathematics.

Brian Norsk Huge:

Chief Quantitative Analyst, Danske Markets

Brian Norsk Huge: Chief Quantitative Analyst, Danske Markets

Jörg Kienitz:

Finciraptor, AcadiaSoft, University of Wuppertal and Cape Town

Jörg Kienitz: Finciraptor, AcadiaSoft, University of Wuppertal and Cape Town

Jörg Kienitz works in Quantitative Finance and Machine Learning  at Acadiasoft and the owner of the Finciraptor website (finciraptor.de). He is primarily involved in consulting on the development, implementation and validation of models. Jörg lectures at the University of Wuppertal as an Assistant Professor and is an Adjunct Associate Professor at UCT. He has addressed major conferences including Quant Minds and WBS Quant Conference. Jörg has authored four books “Monte Carlo Object Oriented Frameworks in C++” (with Daniel J. Duffy), “Financial Modelling” (with Daniel Wetterau), “Interest Rate Derivatives Explained I” and “Interest Rate Derivatives Explained II” (with Peter Caspers).

His SSRN author page is https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/cf_dev/AbsByAuth.cfm?per_id=744396″

Julien Guyon: 

Senior Quant, Bloomberg L.P.

Julien Guyon: Senior Quant, Bloomberg L.P.

Julien is a senior quantitative analyst in the Quantitative Research group at Bloomberg L.P., New York. He is also an adjunct professor in the Department of Mathematics at Columbia University and at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, NYU. Before joining Bloomberg, Julien worked in the Global Markets Quantitative Research team at Societe Generale in Paris for six years (2006-2012), and was an adjunct professor at Universite Paris 7 and Ecole des ponts. He co-authored the book Nonlinear Option Pricing (Chapman & Hall, CRC Financial Mathematics Series, 2014) with Pierre Henry-Labordere. His main research interests include nonlinear option pricing, volatility and correlation modeling, and numerical probabilistic methods. Julien holds a Ph.D. in Probability Theory and Statistics from Ecole des ponts. He graduated from Ecole Polytechnique (Paris), Universite Paris 6, and Ecole des ponts. A big football fan, Julien has also developed a strong interest in sports analytics, and has published several articles on the FIFA World Cup, the UEFA Champions League, and the UEFA Euro in top-tier newspapers such as The New York Times, Le Monde, and El Pais, including a new, fairer draw method for the FIFA World Cup.

Ryan Ferguson:

Founder & CEO, Riskfuel

Ryan Ferguson: Founder & CEO, Riskfuel

Ryan is Founder and CEO at Riskfuel, a capital markets focused startup that is developing ultra-fast AI-based valuation technologies.Previously, Ryan was Managing Director and Head of Securitization, Credit Derivatives and XVA at Scotiabank. Prior roles have included credit correlation trading and managing the equity derivatives trading desk. Ryan began his career with positions in risk management and financial engineering. Ryan has a PhD in Physics from Imperial College, and a BASc and MASc in Electrical Engineering from the University of Waterloo.

Michael Pykhtin:

Manager, Quantitative Risk, U.S. Federal Reserve Board

Michael Pykhtin: Manager, Quantitative Risk, U.S. Federal Reserve Board

Michael Pykhtin is a manager in the Quantitative Risk section at the U.S. Federal Reserve Board. Prior to joining the Board in 2009 as a senior economist, he had a successful nine-year career as a quantitative researcher at Bank of America and KeyCorp. Michael has edited “Counterparty Risk Management” (Risk Books, 2014) and “Counterparty Credit Risk Modelling” (Risk Books, 2005). He is also a contributing author to several recent edited collections. Michael has published extensively in the leading industry journals; he has been an Associate Editor of the Journal of Credit Risk since 2007. Michael is a two-time recipient of Risk Magazine’s Quant of the Year award (for 2014 and 2018). Michael holds a Ph.D. degree in Physics from the University of Pennsylvania and an M.S. degree in Physics and Applied Mathematics from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.

Juliusz Jabłecki:

Divisional Head, Narodowy Bank Polski

Juliusz Jabłecki: Divisional Head, Narodowy Bank Polski

Juliusz Jabłecki is Assistant Professor of Finance at University of Warsaw, Poland, as well as head of division at Narodowy Bank Polski, Poland’s central bank. Prior to joining the central bank he worked as risk management expert for Bank Pekao. Juliusz has published numerous works in important academic and professional outlets, including Risk, Journal of Derivatives, Journal of Credit Risk, Journal of Computational Finance. He is the co-author of “Volatility as an Asset Class: Obvious Benefits and Hidden Risks” (2015). His interests include derivatives pricing, interest rate modeling, volatility and risk management. Juliusz holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Warsaw.

Marco Bianchetti:

Head of Internal Model Market Risk, Intesa Sanpaolo

Marco Bianchetti: Head of Internal Model Market Risk, Intesa Sanpaolo

Marco Bianchetti joined the Market Risk Management area of Intesa Marco joined the Financial and Market Risk Management area of Intesa Sanpaolo in 2008. His work covers pricing and risk management of financial instruments across all asset classes, with a focus on new products development, model validation, model risk management, interest rate modelling, funding and counterparty risk, fair and prudent valuation, applications of Quasi Monte Carlo in finance. He is in charge of the global Fair Value Policy of Intesa Sanpaolo group since Nov. 2015. Previously he worked for 8 years in the front office Financial Engineering area of Banca Caboto (now Banca IMI), developing pricing models and applications for interest rate and inflation trading desks. He is adjunct professor of Interest Rate Models at University of Bologna since 2015, and a frequent speaker at international conferences and trainings in quantitative finance. He holds a M.Sc. in theoretical nuclear physics and a Ph.D. in theoretical condensed matter physics.

Jos Gheerardyn:

Co-founder and CEO, Yields.io

Jos Gheerardyn: Co-founder and CEO of Yields.io

Jos is the co-founder and CEO of Yields.io. Prior to his current role he has been active in quantitative finance both as a manager and as an analyst. Over the past 15 years he has been working with leading international investment banks as well as with award winning start-up companies. He is the author of multiple patents applying quantitative risk management techniques on imbalance markets. Jos holds a PhD in superstring theory from the University of Leuven.

Mariano Zeron:

Head of Research and Development: MoCaX Intelligence

Mariano Zeron: Head of Research and Development: MoCaX Intelligence

Mariano leads our Research & Development work. He has vast experience in Chebyshev Spectral Decomposition, machine-learning and related disciplines, and their application to quantitative problems in the financial markets. Mariano holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Cambridge University.

Dmitri Goloubentsev:

Head of Automatic Adjoint Differentiation, Matlogica

Dmitri Goloubentsev: Head of Automatic Adjoint Differentiation, Matlogica

Dmitri has 15 years of combined experience in model development working on C++ quant libraries. He worked as a Senior Quant Analyst in interest rate derivatives and played a leading role in delivering XVA solution at a major Canadian bank. Prior to focusing on AAD, he was responsible for construction of SIMM/MVA model. Dmitri earned his degree in Maths and Applied Maths from the Moscow State University.

Shengyao Zhu:

Senior Quantitative Analyst, XVA Trading Desk, Nordea

Shengyao Zhu: Senior Quantitative Analyst, XVA Trading Desk, Nordea

Shengyao currently works as a senior quantitative analyst at Nordea XVA trading desk. Before this, Shengyao worked in different banks in Europe and Asia as quantitative analyst for market risk and counterparty credit risk.  Shengyao hold a master degree of mathematical modelling from Technical University of Denmark and a Bachelor degree from Central University of Finance and Economics, Beijing China.

Saeed Amen

Founder: Cuemacro

Saeed Amen: Founder: Cuemacro

Saeed has a decade of experience creating and successfully running systematic trading models at Lehman Brothers and Nomura. He is the founder of Cuemacro, Cuemacro is a company focused on understanding macro markets from a quantitative perspective. He is the author of ‘Trading Thalesians – What the ancient world can teach us about trading today’ (Palgrave Macmillan), and graduated with a first class honours master’s degree from Imperial College in Mathematics& Computer Science.

Stéphane Crépey:

Professor of Mathematics Université de Paris, Laboratoire de Probabilités, Statistique et Modélisation

Stéphane Crépey: Professor of Mathematics at the Université de Paris, Laboratoire de Probabilités, Statistique et Modélisation (LPSM)

Stéphane Crépey is the Professor of Mathematics at the Université de Paris, Laboratoire de Probabilités, Statistique et Modélisation (LPSM). Formerly professor at the Mathematics Department of University of Evry (France), head of Probability and Mathematical Finance and head of the Engineering and Finance branch (M2IF) of the Paris-Saclay Master Program in Financial Mathematics. His research interests are financial modeling, counterparty and credit risk, numerical finance, as well as related mathematical topics in the fields of backward stochastic differential equations and partial differential equations. He is the author of numerous research papers and two books: “Financial Modeling: A Backward Stochastic Differential Equations Perspective” (S. Crépey, Springer Finance Textbook Series, 2013) and “Counterparty Risk and Funding, a Tale of Two Puzzles” (S. Crépey, T. Bielecki and D. Brigo, Chapman & Hall/CRC Financial Mathematics Series, 2014).

He is an associate editor of SIAM Journal on Financial Mathematics, International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Finance, and a member of the scientific council of the French financial markets authority (AMF). Stéphane Crépey graduated from ENSAE and he holds a PhD in applied mathematics from Ecole Polytechnique and INRIA Sophia Antipolis.

Christian Fries: 

Head of Model Development, DZ Bank

Christian Fries: Head of Model Development, DZ Bank

Christian Fries is head of model development at DZ Bank’s risk control and Professor for Applied Mathematical Finance at Department of Mathematics, LMU Munich.

His current research interests are hybrid interest rate models, Monte Carlo methods, and valuation under funding and counterparty risk. His papers and lecture notes may be downloaded from http://www.christian-fries.de/finmath

He is the author of “Mathematical Finance: Theory, Modeling, Implementation”, Wiley, 2007 and runs www.finmath.net.

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