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Mathematics In Finance At Courant Elected One Of Top Ten Mathematical Finance Programs
Written by Petter Kolm   
The Advanced Trading, an industry magazine for traders and financial practitioners, announced on August 4, 2008
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TheStreet.com: How NYU Plans to Create the ‘Super Quant’
Written by Petter Kolm   

There’s obviously tremendous demand today for people with quantitative talent, but also people who can strike a balance with managerial skills. So those are the demands from Wall Street, but I think that also students themselves want to present themselves [to the professional investment industry] with an extra edge.

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Automated Trader: NYU Develops the “Super-Quant Manager” for Today’s Wall Street
Written by Petter Kolm   

New York University has announced a new dual-degree program that will give tomorrow’s “quant jocks” both depth in quantitative skills and breadth in management perspective to effectively manage risk, sophisticated trading models and people in today’s computation-driven financial markets. The joint MBA/MS in Mathematics in Finance degree is a partnership between NYU’s Stern School of Business and Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, both highly regarded by Wall Street in their respective fields.

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Financial Times: Joint Degree for Wall Street Wizards
Written by Petter Kolm   

The MBA/MS in Mathematics in Finance programme will deliver all the management skills of the MBA alongside the quantitative mathematical skills needed for a top Wall Street career. “Wall Street has long looked to Stern for financial management talent and to Courant for quantitative finance talent,” says Thomas Cooley, dean of NYU Stern. “For those who aspire to build robust careers on Wall Street, our new joint programme will give students the best of both worlds, with unparalleled access to the latest financial research and practice.”

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Financial Engineering News Awards Honor to Book
Written by Petter Kolm   


“Financial Modeling of the Equity Market: From CAPM to Cointegration” was elected among the top 10 technical books of 2006

 
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