Strathclyde’s AI, big data and Fintech computing resource – Archie West
Date/Time: Tuesday, 18th May 2021, 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Registration and further details: https://www.engage.strath.ac.uk/event/839
Dr Paul Mulheran, Director ARCHIE-WeSt
Dr Karina Kubiak-Ossowska, Knowledge Exchange Associate ARCHIE-WeSt
Dr Richard Martin, Manager ARCHIE-WeSt
The Future of Fintech VI - to be comfirmed September 2021
The 6th year of this conference will focus on the practical applications of Financial Technologies
The Future of Fintech V - Thursday 1st October 2020
The 5th year of this conference will focus on the practical applications of Financial Technologies
Financial stability and accounting standards with Martin Taylor - Thursday 13th February 2020, 17.30-20.30
Future of Fintech IV - Thursday 12th September 2019
In the 4th year of this event, we focus on Artificial Intelligence and it's Fintech applications.
Can volatility be captured in an Exchange Traded Fund (Factor ETF Crash: The case of the VIX ETN)?
Monday 1st April 2019 , Venue SW105, 4pm-5pm
Presenter: Leonardo Marroni, COO and CRO, Devet Capital
The rise of factor investing has led to the launch of a number of factor ETFs and ETNs and has seen a number of cases where such products have suffered severe drawdowns. This talk will examine the case of a specific product namely a VIX ETN and will illustrate a number of points. First, how important it is to read the prospectus of any financial product. Then how non-linear financial markets can be especially when a product is too big vis-à-vis the underlying market size. Finally a word of caution on interpreting the behaviour of VIX: instead of being a simple risk measure based on implied vol, VIX has developed its own supply and demand dynamics that may have little or nothing to do with the "fear gauge" label often used to refer to it.
"Fintech - Why Glasgow?" ..., February 20th 2019, 5pm-7pm, SW105
Seminar by Philip Riddle, University of Edinburgh Business School
Symposium agenda , September 21st 2018 ,Technology Innovation Centre, The Future of Fintech III
Four academic peer reviewed papers on Fintech related subjects in the morning and four practitioner related subjects in the afternoon. It will explore technological innovation across the financial services sector with a particular emphasis on practical solutions. The speakers will be both nationally and internationally know experts.
How can FinTech be a positive agent for social change?, Thursday June 7th 2018
Strathclyde Business School (Lecture Theatre 105), 199 Cathedral Street, Glasgow
Fintech: Auditing a digital future, Monday 30th April 2018, 3.30pm - 5pm
For more information - https://www.engage.strath.ac.uk/event/522
Symposium agenda , June 1st, 2017 Technology Innovation Centre,Future of Fintech II
7th International Conference of the Financial Engineering and Banking Society. Details
UK's first Fintech course launches at Strathclyde. MSc in Financial Technology. Course details