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Event: EQuanT Bootcamp

Starting on: Monday 13th of October, 2014. Posted by: MoneyScience.

EQuanT Bootcamp is the knowledge hub for discussing the latest scientific advancements, and implementing quantitative techniques with a practical industry-oriented approach. This interactive four-days bootcamp will enable you to: - Boost your knowledge and skills with a "learn how to" approach in: energy markets, quantitative analysis, risk management, structuring, hedging, non-linear products - Leverage financial engineering theory by practical applications of real-world - Simulate a wide range of energy models by developing working codes (reference will be Matlab® and R) under the guidance of expert tutors -Apply quantitative analysis to Energy Trading strategies & Risk Management - Enjoy and from the cross-disciplinary aspects and business cases