We frequently organise events and get-togethers for our members, where we like to mix learning about a cool quant topic with catching up over bites and drinks. Our events are a great opportunity to expand your network both career-wise and personal – in fact, many of our members met friends through our community.
Please watch this space and our our eventbrite page to stay updated on latest events and to get tickets.
Happy New Year everyone! Hope you all had a restful and festive holiday season. We are very excited to kick off our 2018 seminars with a wide-ranging line up. Please come join us in our evening seminars throughout the year and follow us on our social media page as we continue to host many fun … Continue reading February 2018 Event – Factor Timing and A Study on Child Outcomes
We are trying not to sound too excited, but: we are hosting our next seminar on November 16th! Keywords: sentiment analysis & databases powered by AI. Get your tickets here. This time, we are again hosting two talks followed by networking over drinks and nibbles. We start with a talk by Dr. Christina Erlwein-Sayer on … Continue reading November 2017 Event – Sentiment Analysis and AI
Quantess London is pleased to invite you to our next seminar discussing topics in quantitative finance and economics, this time kindly hosted by Schroders. We would like to welcome you to participate in our seminar, enjoy a glass of wine, and network with women working in the quantitative space in London. Get your tickets here. … Continue reading June 2017 Event – Business Cycle Styles and the Female Labour Supply
Quantess London is pleased to invite you to the next talk in our seminar series on topics within quantitative finance. This time, Marielle de Jong (head of fixed income quant research at Amundi Asset Management) is speaking about her latest research on “portfolio optimisation in an uncertain world”. Get your tickets here. Abstract Mean-variance efficient … Continue reading November 2016 Event – Portfolio Optimisation in an Uncertain World
Quantess is pleased to announce the next seminar by Anezka Christovova. She will provide insights on the current political developments in Turkey and a perspective from markets – get your ticket here. Anezka is responsible for FX strategy for the currencies in the EMEA EM region in JP morgan. In addition to setting FX views and … Continue reading July 2016 Event – Politics and FX Strategy
Quantess is pleased to announce the next seminar by Thais Batista: Brazil is going through their worst crisis in a century. Stagflation, twin deficits, commodities dependency and a political crisis are taking the country to the brink. 6 million people went on the streets protesting for the impeachment of the current president, Dilma Rousseff, amidst a corruption … Continue reading May 2016 Event – Brazil, Crises, and Commodities
Quantess is pleased to announce the next seminar on Behaviour Finance by Anastasia Buyalskaya. Get your tickets here! Many professions, from meteorology to investing, rely on the ability to make forecasts. Yet the accuracy of those forecasts varies widely, and might be what some call the difference between “luck and skill.” Pulling from the behavioural … Continue reading April 2016 Event – Behavioural Finance and Forecasts
Quantess is pleased to announce the next seminar on Trading Small vs Large Caps in the US: what signals are useful by our internal speaker Dr Nandini Srivastava. We would like to kick start the event at 6pm and the talk will start at 6:30pm. BlackRock has again kindly agreed to host the venue for … Continue reading March 2016 Event – Trading Small vs Large Caps in the US
Join Quantess for our October seminar on quantitative finance and economics. The event kicks off with two talks on risk and the effects on portfolio choice, followed by social drinks – get your tickets here. Katharina Schwaiger (Risk and Quantitative Analysis at BlackRock and previously a lecturer in operations research at LSE) will be speaking … Continue reading October 2015 Event – Risk Appetite and Minimising Portfolio E-VaR