Financial Mathematics is a flourishing area of modern science. Since the pioneering days of Black, Scholes and Merton, the subject has developed rapidly into a substantial body of knowledge. Its numerous applications have become vital to the day to day functioning of the world's financial institutions. As a consequence, a solid command of the principles and techniques of quantitative finance is essential for a responsible approach to the trading, asset management, and risk control of complicated financial positions.
UK Mathematical Finance Workshop
The Financial Mathematics Research Group at King's College London are hosting a workshop on 3/4 June 2013. The workshop will bring together leading UK researchers in various fields of Mathematical Finance. Further information, including how to register, is available on the workshop webpage .
In-House Training and Consultancy for Financial Institutions
Members of the Financial Mathematics Group are available for in-house training in financial institutions on a wide range of specialised topics, and are also willing to undertake consultancy projects in their areas of specialisation. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.