Exeter Risk Management has announced a Conference Grant Award for the best assignment delivery as a part of ERMC contribution in MSC IN ECONOMETRICS AND FINANCIAL MODELLING and cooperation with Sofia Univerisity’s Faculty of Economics and Business Administration.
Course Assignments have been delivered as a result of teamwork where the final assignment was subject to confirmed data sources. The assignment had to cover one of the following topics:
The winning team, which assignment covered the PD Model development for SME topic, will be attending the Edinburgh Credit Risk and Control Conference from August 30 to September 1st: https://www.business-school.ed.ac.uk/crc/conferences .
*Posters of different teams can be downloaded from the links.
EMRC is pleased to announce its participation in Deposit Insurance Design and Credit Union Risk public lecture.
On June 9, 2017, Prof. Christina Atanasova, Finance Department, Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University, delivered a public lecture on deposit insurance and credit union risk. For more detailed info, please see Prof. Atanasova’s profile here.
EMRC is pleased to announce its participation in the 2nd Master Class in Empirical Methods in Finance. More information is available on http://www.aeem-feba.info
We are glad to announce recent ERMC’s collaboration with FEBA, Sofia University “ST. KLIMENT OHRIDSKI”.
We are happy to be part of MSC IN ECONOMETRICS AND FINANCIAL MODELLING, which started in October 2016. Together with the faculty members involved in the programme, we developed course syllabus and teaching materials on applied analytical instrument in the field of retail banking. In particular, ERMC team has designed the following three courses for the purpose of the master program:
- Principles of Banking and Regulatory Risk Management,
- Credit Risk Modelling,
- Introduction to SAS Programming;
These courses were developed to provide our students unique set of skills and knowledge required by the business. Each course agenda and syllables are mixture of solid theoretical background and real-life examples. These courses give the students the opportunity to deal with different business case studies in order to make them more competitive on the labor market after graduating the master program successfully
This year our team of professional had the pleasure to be part of the MSC educational program. They were kindly invited as guest lecturers to teach students in:
- Credit Risk,
- Collection Modelling,
- Z-scores and Bankruptcy Prediction Models,
- Banking Regulation, Risk Capital, ICAAP and Stress Testing,
- Intensive module delivered on SAS Programming
- Complete credit risk modeling course,
- Principles of Banking Regulation and Risk Capital Modelling;
The FEBA Alumni Club and the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration (FEBA), together with Exeter Risk Management Corporation (ERMC), launched the initiative for extracurricular classes for FEBA Econometrics major students and alumni in Applied Econometrics in Banking since October 2015.
ERMC organizes and finances extracurricular training in Applied Econometrics in Banking. Our company provides lecturers from specialized business and leading UK and other globally recognized universities. The training is provided for students which are enrolled in the Master’s Program in Econometrics and Statistics, as well as for its alumni. All other students who are interested are also welcome. The extracurricular classes started these training sessions with two introductory sessions, which were led by Rossen Valchanov, one of the managing partners in the ERMC.
The essential part of these training will be the master class in Financial Econometrics with Christina Atanasova, Associate Professor in Finance, Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University, which to be held within 5 days in May 2016.
We are glad to present our picture gallery from the event and share our amazing experience: