Finance

Università degli Studi di Torino - Consorzio Coripe
A Moncalieri - TORINO

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  • Master II livello
  • Moncalieri - torino
Descrizione

Obiettivo del corso: This course prepares finance professionals with a strong background in quantitative methods and financial models.
Rivolto a: University graduates or undergraduates with a four or five year degree and a background in either Economics/Econometrics or Maths.

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Dove e quando

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Moncalieri - TORINO
Via Real Collegio, 30, 10024, Torino, Italia
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· Requisiti

A good command of the English language

Programma


PROGRAMME AIMS

These professionals are increasingly demanded by banks, mutual and pension funds, as well as insurance companies for tasks ranging from portfolio management to derivative pricing.

The first three terms are taught by academics from distinguished faculties. Introductory courses familiarise the students with quantitative tools. They are then exposed to methods and techniques currently used in finance and insurance. Experienced market professionals describe applications of these tools during the last term. International seminars illustrate recent theoretical advances.

This is the tenth year since the foundation of the Master in Finance.

COURSE PROGRAMME

Master co-ordinator Elisa Luciano

Introductory courses
  • STATISTICAL AND PROGRAMMING TOOLS FOR FINANCIAL APPLICATIONS
  • (Igor Pruenster, Pierpaolo De Blasi, University of Turin)
  • PROBABILISTIC METHODS FOR FINANCE
  • (Marco Frittelli, University of Milan)
  • MATHEMATICS FOR FINANCE
  • (Claudio Mattalia, University of Turin)
First term
  • ASSET PRICING AND PORTFOLIO CHOICE
  • (Massimo Guidolin, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis)
  • ECONOMETRICS
  • (Eduardo Rossi, University of Pavia)
  • INSURANCE AND SOLVENCY
  • (Annamaria Olivieri, University of Parma; Elena Vigna, University of Turin)
  • DERIVATIVES
  • (Terenzio Cozzi, University of Turin; Alessandro Sbuelz, University of Verona)
Second term
  • FIXED INCOME
  • (Andrea Berardi, University of Verona; Gianluca Fusai, University of Eastern Piedmont)
  • NUMERICAL METHODS FOR FINANCE
  • (Paolo Brandimarte, Turin Polytechnic)
  • ECONOMETRICS FOR FINANCIAL MARKETS
  • (Eduardo Rossi, University of Pavia)
Third term

CREDIT RISK
  • Elisa Luciano, University of Turin
  • Renato Maino, SanpaoloImi SanpaoloDEF_000_1_.jpg
  • Michelangelo Margaria, Moody's
  • Claudio Zucca, European Investment Bank
MARKET RISK
  • (Dario Brandolini - Raffaele Zenti, RAS Asset Management RAS.jpg
  • (Mario Seghelini- Lorenzo Cella, Capitalia AM CAPIT_AM_pos_4c.jpg
ASSET ALLOCATION
  • Massimo Giorgetti, UniCredit Private Banking
  • Andrea Laurent, BNP Paribas
  • Andrea Nascé and Andrea Rotti, ERSEL logo_Ersel_top.gif
  • Luca Vaiani, Fondaco Sgr Logo_fondaco.png
  • Roberto Villareale Symadis Capital Management
CORPORATE FINANCE
  • Luca Agostini, Barclays Capital logo_Barclays_capital.png
  • Marco Cravario, UniCredito Italiano
International Seminars
  • ADVANCED OPTION PRICING
  • David Bates, University of Iowa
  • THE ECONOMY OF RISK IN INSURANCE
  • Michel Dacorogna, Converium Ltd, Zurich

ADMISSIONS AND ENROLMENT

Undergraduates will be required to present a letter from their advisor, certifying that they plan to graduate before the beginning of the courses. Students who graduate between the beginning of the courses and the end of November are eligible for the programme and the Coripe certificate but cannot enroll as University students.

Preference will be given to:

* graduates whose final aggregate mark is at least 99/110 or the equivalent (i.e. 9/10 of the highest grade);
* undergraduates who completed all of their exams with a minimum average mark of 27/30 (i.e. 9/10 of the highest grade)

All candidates have to submit the following materials:

* the completed application form. Candidates who apply for an INPDAP scholarship must instead submit this Application Form
* a curriculum vitae;
* a certificate of residence or an equivalent statement of residence;
* the degree certificate, including all examination results. Undergraduates should supply a statement from their university reporting the examination results, as well as a letter from their thesis advisor (see above);
* a summary of the thesis (up to five pages), if a thesis is part of their degree programme;
* a statement of purpose indicating the candidate's reasons for applying to the Masters programme;
* at least one and no more than two letters of recommendation from professors;
* certificates attesting the knowledge of English (e.g. PET, TOEFL, First Certificate, Proficiency, etc.);
* other titles or degrees (publications, work experience) or standard exam scores (GRE Economics, GRE Analytic, etc.);
* Self-certification attesting the family income (only for applicants interested to Cassa Depositi e Prestiti fee waiver)

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