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At London Financial Studies we are able to attract prominent practitioners and academics all of whom have a clear and thorough grasp of their subjects and wide practical experience. They are all expert communicators with the ability to impart their knowledge in a clear and engaging way.

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Simon Acomb

Teaches: Volatility: Trading and Managing Risk (London Time Zone)
Volatility: Trading and Managing Risk (Singapore Time Zone)
Implementing Quantitative Techniques (London Time Zone)
Volatility: Trading and Managing Risk (New York Time Zone)
Equity Derivatives (London Time Zone)
Equity Derivatives (Singapore Time Zone)
Equity Derivatives (New York Time Zone)

Dr Simon Acomb has over 20 years of experience in quantitative finance. He started his career in finance at Barclays deZoete Wedd in 1992 in the Equities Derivatives Group and progressed to run the quantitative research team.

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Enrique Benito

Enrique Benito is a senior risk management professional at a major global bank in London with first hand experience on collateral management and optimisation, treasury, ALM and regulatory matters. His past experience spans consulting at a big 4 auditing firm, where he advised financial institutions on implementation of collateral management frameworks and liquidity and capital requirements, and roles at GE Capital Bank, the Central Bank of Spain and the former UK Financial Services Authority where he was involved on the development and implementation of the Basel III framework.

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Werner De Bondt

Dr Werner F.M. De Bondt is director of the Richard H. Driehaus Center for Behavioral Finance at De Paul University in Chicago and one of the founders of the field of behavioral finance. Between 1992 and 2003, he was the Frank Graner Professor of Investment Management at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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Seppe vanden Broucke

Dr Seppe vanden Broucke currently works as an assistant professor at the department of Decision Sciences and Information Management at KU Leuven. His research interests include business data mining and analytics, machine learning, profit driven analytics, fraud analytics, process management and process mining.

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David Cox

Dr David Cox has wide practical experience of the financial markets and an international reputation as a teacher of high-level short courses.  His career includes ten years in banking, primarily with Bank of America Capital Markets.

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Dan Crisan

Dan Crisan is a Professor in Mathematics at Imperial College London. His expertise is in the area of Stochastic Analysis with applications in Engineering and Finance. He has published over 30 articles in journals world-wide and his current research involves developing high-order numerical algorithms for solving stochastic and deterministic partial differential equations, approximating schemes for backward stochastic differential equations and particle methods for nonlinear filtering.

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Zareer Dadachanji

Dr Zareer Dadachanji is a quantitative analysis consultant with over 2 decades of corporate experience, mostly in financial quantitative modelling across a range of asset classes. He spent 13 years working as a front-office quant at banks and hedge funds, including NatWest/RBS, Credit Suisse and Standard Chartered Bank, where he held the position of Global Head of FX Quants.

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Richard Fedrick

Teaches: Interest Rate Derivatives (London Time Zone)
Interest Rate Derivatives (New York Time Zone)
Interest Rate Derivatives (Singapore Time Zone)
IBOR Transition (London Time Zone)
IBOR Transition (New York Time Zone)
IBOR Transition (Singapore Time Zone)

Richard Fedrick delivers training programmes globally in all areas of finance with a particular emphasis on interest rates and FX, derivatives in general and exotics in particular, structured products and risk management.

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Helyette Geman

Dr Helyette Geman is the Director of the Commodity Finance Centre at the University of London and Johns Hopkins University. She is a graduate of Ecole Normale Superieure in Mathematics, holds a Masters degree in Theoretical Physics, a PhD in Probability from the University Pierre et Marie Curie and a PhD in Finance from the University Pantheon Sorbonne.

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Jon Gregory

Teaches: Valuation Adjustments: The XVA Challenge (London Time Zone)
Valuation Adjustments: The XVA Challenge (New York Time Zone)
Valuation Adjustments: The XVA Challenge (Singapore Time Zone)
Bilateral Margining and Central Clearing (London Time Zone)
Bilateral Margining and Central Clearing (Singapore Time Zone)
Bilateral Margining and Central Clearing (New York Time Zone)

Dr Jon Gregory is an independent expert specializing in counterparty risk and xVA related projects. He has worked on many aspects of credit risk in his career, being previously with Barclays Capital, BNP Paribas and Citigroup.

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Marc Henrard

Dr Marc Henrard is an independent expert specializing in interest rate modelling and risk management, and a visiting professor at University College London. Over the last 20 years, Marc has worked in various areas of quantitative finance.

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Peter Leoni

Teaches: Option Hedging Simulation (London Time Zone)
Option Hedging Simulation (New York Time Zone)
Option Hedging Simulation (Singapore Time Zone)

Dr Peter Leoni graduated with a PhD in mathematical physics and started his professional career in Belgium, where he worked for KBC Asset Management as a risk manager modelling equity and interest rate derivatives.

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Roy Ling

Professor Roy Ling is a Managing Director at RL Capital Management and has over 20 years of experience in investment banking. He concurrently serves as a Board Director of several listed companies and non-profit organizations across Asia, and as an Adjunct Professor in Finance at the EDHEC Business School.

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Massimo Morini

Dr Massimo Morini is currently Head of Interest Rates, Credit and Inflation Models at Banca IMI Intesa Sanpaolo (where he is also responsible for coordinating Model Research). Dr Morini is a Professor of fixed income at Bocconi University and was Research Fellow at Cass Business School of London City University.

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Naina Patel

Naina Patel is a trained lawyer with over 20 years of experience in international banking and structured finance transactions, including real estate finance, loans, leverage finance, debt capital markets, securitization, structured products, repos, derivatives and financial regulatory and compliance.

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Juan Ramirez

Juan Ramirez is a senior professional at a major international bank, having previously worked at a big four accounting firm, advising on specific complex financial instruments and transactions, primarily related to (de)recognition, consolidation and hedging.

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Wim Schoutens

Prof Wim Schoutens is Research Professor in financial engineering in the Department of Mathematics at the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium. He has extensive practical experience of model implementation and is well known for his consulting work in the banking industry.

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Tony Sims

Tony Sims has wide experience of teaching mathematical methods to students at all levels. He is MBA Course Director at Kingston University Business School and has been involved in delivering both short course and management development programmes for over 20 years.

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Jan De Spiegeleer

Teaches: Python for Finance (London Time Zone)
Python for Finance (Singapore Time Zone)
Python for Finance (New York Time Zone)
Machine Learning and AI Techniques (London Time Zone)
Machine Learning and AI Techniques (Singapore Time Zone)
Machine Learning and AI Techniques (New York Time Zone)

Dr Jan De Spiegeleer is a co-Founder of RiskConcile a risk management advisory firm based in Lausanne. From 2007 till 2015 he was the head of risk management at Jabre Capital Partners, a Geneva-based hedge fund.

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Andreas Steiner

Teaches: Correlation in Investment Management (London Time Zone)
Correlation in Investment Management (New York Time Zone)
Correlation in Investment Management (Singapore Time Zone)
Asset Allocation and Portfolio Construction (London Time Zone)
Asset Allocation and Portfolio Construction (New York Time Zone)
Asset Allocation and Portfolio Construction (Singapore Time Zone)
Factor Modelling for Investment Management (London Time Zone)
Factor Modelling for Investment Management (Singapore Time Zone)
Factor Modeling for Investment Management (New York Time Zone)

Andreas Steiner is an independent consultant with over 15 years of practical experience in investment management. He focuses on investment process with related projects ranging from risk management to portfolio construction.

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Rupesh Tailor

Teaches: Credit Products and Derivatives (London Time Zone)
Credit Products and Derivatives (New York Time Zone)
Credit Products and Derivatives (Singapore Time Zone)
Strategic Asset Liability Management (London Time Zone)
Strategic Asset Liability Management (New York Time Zone)
Strategic Asset Liability Management (Singapore Time Zone)

Rupesh Tailor is a banking sector specialist with over fourteen years’ experience, having worked for sell-side and buy-side financial institutions including Goldman Sachs, Barclays Capital, Merrill Lynch, Auriga Investors and Morgan Stanley.

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Jamie Walton

Teaches: Electronic Trading and Algorithmic Execution (New York Time Zone)
Electronic Trading and Algorithmic Execution (Singapore Time Zone)
Electronic Trading and Algorithmic Execution (London Time Zone)
Trading Strategies using Python (London Time Zone)
Trading Strategies using Python (New York Time Zone)
Trading Strategies using Python (Singapore Time Zone)

Dr Jamie Walton has over 18 years of experience as a quant in financial markets. For the last 10 years, he was the head FX quant at Morgan Stanley, where he built the team of FX electronic trading quants.

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Uwe Wystup

Professor Uwe Wystup is an extremely experienced practitioner in the field of foreign exchange options, a senior academic and a highly engaging teacher. He has twenty years of financial markets experience as a consultant, financial engineer, trader and structurer at Citibank, UBS, Sal.

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