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Event: 15th EBES Conference - Lisbon

Starting on: Thursday 8th of January, 2015. Posted by: MoneyScience.

Call for Papers

On behalf of the organizing committee, I would like to invite you to participate in the 15th EBES Conference, in Lisbon, Portugal, which will bring together many distinguished researchers from all over the world. Participants will find opportunities for presenting new research, exchanging information, and discussing current issues.

Event: European Winter Finance Conference 2015

Starting on: Sunday 11th of January, 2015. Posted by: MoneyScience.

The EWFC is an annual conference that was started in 2006. It is a small, informal conference that brings together researchers from Europe, the USA and elsewhere and offers excellent opportunities for in-depth discussion of a small number of papers. Since its debut in 2006 many outstanding papers in finance have been presented at the EWFC. Past programmes are available at the conference website at the address below.

Event: 14th Winter school on Mathematical Finance

Starting on: Monday 26th of January, 2015. Posted by: MoneyScience.

January 26-28, 2015 in Congrescentrum De Werelt
Travel directions: in Dutch or in English
Maps: local map, Michelin map and Google map

Event: De Nederlandsche Bank, The European Banking Center and the Journal of Financial Stability Conference on Macroprudential Regulation: from Theory to Implementation

Starting on: Thursday 29th of January, 2015. Posted by: MoneyScience.

De Nederlandsche Bank, the European Banking Center and the Journal of Financial Stability

Event: International Workshop: P2P Financial Systems 2015

Starting on: Thursday 29th of January, 2015. Posted by: MoneyScience.

The recent success of P2P finance has raised new research questions on the opportunities and risks of the current digital transformation of financial markets. This workshop brings together scholars, regulators and practitioners interested in the P2P technology aiming at bridging the gap between academics, technologists, policy makers, regulators and FinTech addressing technical and research questions of practical importance on Cryptocurrencies, Crowdfunding, Digital Money Transfer, Mobile Banking and Mobile Payments, Smart Contracts and Distributed Autonomous Corporations.