Martino Grasselli, a doctor in Quantitative Finance and professor-researcher at ESILV School of Engineering, is the co-author of an article titled “Fast Hybrid Schemes for Fractional Riccati Equations (Rough Is Not so Tough)”, published in the international journal “Mathematics of Operations Research”. Martino Grasselli is the head of the Finance Group at the De Vinci Research Center […]
Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, some engineering internships have taken place over the spring-summer semesters. Even though many businesses have been closed this year due to coronavirus restrictions, numerous ESILV students were able to pursue their work during the pandemic. With all the COVID-19 restrictions, the summer of 2020 could have been a washout for […]
As the Covid-19 pandemic rocks markets, ESILV students majoring in Finance try to make sense of the stock market roller coaster. Two teams worked remotely on a value-at-risk project under the guidance of Matthieu Garcin, a lecturer and researcher in Quantitative Finance at ESILV Engineering School. Understanding current market fragilities and developing new strategies for […]
In a recent research paper entitled “ON PROFITABILITY OF NAKAMOTO DOUBLE SPEND“, using new mathematical proofs that he developed, Cyril Grunspan, Director of the Financial Engineering Programme at ESILV Graduate School of Engineering, demonstrates that the bitcoin’s network security is robust enough to require only 1 or 2 confirmations for average transactions. This hypothesis may […]
Being tech-savvy and innovator is at the core being of financial engineers. To this day, some recruiters and clients are still under the big misconception that only numbers matter, but the truth is, there’s more to this than meets the eye. What are the 5 necessary soft skills financial engineers must have to remain competitive […]
There are a lot of directions that students and future financial engineers can choose from for their career in finance. Not only must they demonstrate certain financial skills like sharp analytical abilities and communication competencies, but also a deep understanding of the upcoming technologies that are advancing the financial sector.
Financial engineering is gaining notability in the world of investment and stock exchange. So what makes this field of study so appealing nowadays? 3 ESiLV alumni weigh in and give their best advice.
Mark Vogelweith joined Morgan Stanley at the Canary Wharf offices in 2016. When financial and economic news rock the career path of an engineering student… From Paris La Défense business district to London, itinerary of an ESILV financial engineering major graduate. The American multinational investment bank and financial services company operates in more 42 countries and owns offices in the world’s […]
Capital market, risk management, trading, fintech… Students in the Financial Engineering major offered by French Engineering school ESILV must complete a four to six month internship in their fourth year of studies. Some of them have joined major banks or fintech companies to complete high-level engineering missions. Here are five work placements by engineering students, […]
The French FinTech ecosystem has strengthened in the last years and should attract more talents and investments in the future, says a survey by Exton Consulting. Conducted on behalf of centre of excellence Finance Innovation, the study draws an overview of FinTech in France. FinTech is a new industry which uses technology to improve activities […]
Aloys Fortier, Class of 2015, is Credit Derivative Strategist at Goldman Sachs in London. From engineering student at ESILV to la City… the career path and advice of a finance enthusiast. The American investment bank has offices in the world’s biggest financial centres. Aloys joined the London team of Goldman Sachs in November 2016. Five […]
Each year, research institute Universum publishes a list of the most attractive employers for French engineering school students. Conducted on a sample of 15 000 students, this ranking gives insight on the attractivity of a hundred companies. Where do engineering students from France dream of being hired in 2018? Once more,aeronautics and digital are the […]