Two new academics join the ICMA Centre for 2016
Andreas is arriving from Luxembourg where he studied his PhD researching how information affects financial markets. He'll be teaching the modules: - "Programming for Finance" - "Introductory Quantitative Techniques for Business and Finance" - "Numerical Methods for Financial Engineering" View Andreas' profile
Lisa will be a familiar face to many of our students, she studied her PhD at the ICMA Centre with a focus on applied empirical finance, including socially responsible investing. She'll be teaching: - "Financial Modelling" - "Ethics in Investment Management" View Lisa's profile
|Published||9 September 2016|
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