The Credit Crisis: A Quantitative Finance View
Written by Petter Kolm   
Credit Crisis: Actions Taken and Lessons Learned

Credit Crisis: Actions Taken and Lessons Learned
Nov 6, 2008 -- 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
The New York Academy of Sciences, 7 World Trade Center, 250 Greenwich St. at Barclay St., 40th fl.
www.nyas.org/creditcrisis 
This event is free to all NYAS members.
Moderator: Petter Kolm, Courant Institute, NYU.
Speakers: Stephen Figlewski, Stern School of Business, NYU; Gregory Hopper, Goldman Sachs.

The credit crisis continues to impact the financial markets, as well as the global economy. At this meeting, we will hear from two prominent presenters about their insights and experiences on this topic through the lens of quantitative finance. This event will build upon an earlier discussion this past spring, and continue examining the changes in the market crisis and the resulting credit crunch.

Quantitative Finance is part of a new initiative launched in physical sciences and engineering. Given the Academy's new location at 7 World Trade Center and the number of scientists who work in finance, the goal of this symposium is to build community by creating collaborations and developing professional networks between the science and finance communities.
Reception to follow.

For more information and to register, please visit www.nyas.org/creditcrisis.
For location and registration fee information, download the flyer.

Sponsored by: Quantitative Finance, a PS&E program.
For a full listing of PS&E events, please visit www.nyas.org/physicalsciences.