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Financial Modelling: Two ESILV Professors Publish Research in A Three-Star Journal
14 Dec 2021 /
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Matthieu Garcin and Martino Grasselli, professors at ESILV engineering school, have had their research into financial modelling and rough volatility published as an article in a highly-regarded web of science applied mathematics journal. Matthieu Garcin and Martino Grasselli are professors in Financial Engineering at ESILV and members of the Finance Group at De Vinci Research […]


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Fintech: ESILV Entrepreneur Brings ESG Solutions To Asset Management Companies
16 Nov 2021 /
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As the ESG wave impacts the global asset management industry, French fintech firms are taking action. Paul Bezault, class of 2004, co-founder and president of AssetSagacity, is one of the entrepreneurs leading the digitization of extra-financial data to make asset management more sustainable. Paul, who graduated from ESILV in 2004, is the head of the […]


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Rough Is Not so Tough : Fast Hybrid Schemes for Fractional Riccati Equations
16 Mar 2021 /
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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 […]


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Three Financial Engineering Projects that bring Real Value to Investors and Companies
06 Oct 2020 /
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From stock investing to financial analysis and econometrics, financial engineering has the potential not only to improve spending, saving, and investing decisions for the future but also to make possible the development of new products, services, and markets. At ESILV, financial engineering projects are part of the curriculum that develops graduates who can create innovative solutions for […]


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Engineering Internships: Three Intern Programmes that thrived despite Covid-19
25 Aug 2020 /
By Carmina Marcarian /
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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 […]


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A Different View on the Impact of COVID-19 on Financial Markets, by Matthieu Garcin
18 Aug 2020 /
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An ESILV professor, Matthieu Garcin, is at the origin of two new studies focusing on the impact of COVID-19 on stock markets and the effects of the crisis on market efficiency. In these studies, Matthieu Garcin and his co-authors propose a new outlook on this financial crisis and an original method, outlining the chronology of […]


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Covid-19 Stock Market Coaster: ESILV Students Contribute to the Research on Quantitative Finance
19 May 2020 /
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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 […]


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The Bitcoin’s Blockchain is Mathematically Proven to be Robust by Cyril Grunspan, Teacher-Researcher at ESILV
21 Jan 2020 /
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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 […]


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How Quantum Computing will change the World of Finance and Economics
10 Dec 2019 /
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An article by Sergio Focardi and Davide Mazza, both professors and researchers in Finance at ESILV and EMLV and member of the De Vinci Research Center’s Finance group, first published in The Conversation, showcases the technical implications of quantum computing in Finance and Economics. The evolution of modern finance was closely linked to the evolution of […]


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Financial Engineers: 5 Skills They Need in 2020
05 Dec 2019 /
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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 […]


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Innovating through Machine Learning: four Engineering Student Projects in Finance and Insurance
26 Nov 2019 /
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As part of the 4th and 5th-year industrial innovation projects included in the engineering curriculum, sixteen ESILV students have set themselves an ambitious challenge: to simplify banking, actuarial and green finance tools as much as possible, to offer partner companies and their users products that will make their lives easier, safer and more practical. Industrial […]


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Metromedia: a Weekly Synthesis of Financial News by 5 Engineering Students
12 Nov 2019 /
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Spend a good time while travelling in the metro, and keeping up to date with the latest news from the world of finance and economic news, it’s possible! METROMEDIA ☀️Être au courant de l'actualité financière n'a jamais été aussi simple et rapide… ?Recevez chaque dimanche un mail récapitulatif de ce qu'il s'est passé de plus […]


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