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April 2016

Get to know d-fine - not as a candidate, but as a consultant!
Our two-day „Science in Finance“ workshop will feature lectures on financial mathematics, a case study and insights stemming from our consulting practice. The spring workshop will take place from the 18th - 19th of April at the Schlosshotel in Kronberg, Germany. The deadline for applications is the 15th of February 2016.
You may click here for additional information regarding the application process and the event at the Schlosshotel in Kronberg. The workshop will be held in German.

 

 

February 2016

"Impact of the New CVA Risk Capital Charge" (Complimentary Webinar co-hosted by Quantifi and d-fine) on 17th February 2016 at 3pm GMT/ 4pm CET/ 10am EST.

The recently published consultative document "Review of the Credit Valuation Adjustment (CVA) risk framework" by the Basel lll Committee introduces new approaches for the calculation of regulatory capital. With focus on xVA stakeholders including desk traders, risk managers, finance and technology professionals, this webinar will explore the new CVA risk framework based on FRTB and SA-CCR.

This webinar is free to attend. Please register here.

 

 

November 2015

Get to know d-fine - not as a candidate but as a consultant!
In our three days "Science in Finance" workshop, there will be lectures on Financial Mathematics , a case study and talks on our experience as a consulting practice. The workshop takes place from 4-6 November 2015 at the Schlosshotel in Kronberg, Germany. Application deadline is 7 September 2015. Click here for additonal information about the application process and the event at the Schlosshotel in Kronberg. The workshop will be held in German.

 

April 2015

“Financial Crisis has reached Europe: European Banks and National Budgets on the edge of the Abyss.” –  “Crisis spreading to Real Economy.” Headlines like these have reverberated through Europe for years. What started out as a banking crisis has developed into a real threat to the general European economy – even though, if risk buffers were properly dimensioned, losses which pose a substantial threat to banks should occur only once in 1000 years. Are we therefore witnessing a millennium crisis, or do we have to question the fundamentals of credit risk modeling?
Our recurring workshop „Science in Finance“ offers a small group of selected students (m/f) from scientific/mathematical disciplines the opportunity to find answers to such questions. Click here to find additional information about the application process and the event at the Schlosshotel Kronberg on April 23rd  and 24th. The workshop will be held in German.