The topics discussed include real options and variational inequalities, optimal consumption and investment in the presence of a stopping choice, stochastic control methods for the joint optimization of the risk and dividend policies of firm, nonlinear expectation and limit theorems, and financial engineering and agency problems.
What does FE stand for?
FE stands for Financial Engineering
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- File Entry (OSTA universal disk format)
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- Finance Effectiveness (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Now, before anyone complains that the fees are too high, please do remember that the proceeds from financial engineering can be as high as $70 million for just one transaction alone, and so - obviously - the fees for teaching it must reflect the quantum of advantage it can bestow on the individual who masters it.
The annual IAFE/SunGard FEOY Award, established in 1993, recognizes individual contributions to the advancement of financial engineering technology.
in financial engineering from Virginia Tech, in addition to a B.
8 Financial Engineering with Special-Purpose Entities (SPEs) and Joint Ventures (JVs) -- Find out if companies are being set up to assist in product financing to customers of the parent and determine the effect on the parent if the entity fails.
Previously, mathematical analysis experts for insurance businesses have examined factors that make the management of insurance contracts and pension programs unstable, while experts on financial engineering have studied risks associated with asset management.
Discussion will focus on industry issues of performance, competitiveness, financial engineering, environmental risk management, and effective operations management.
During the economic downturn, outsourcers should expect to see increased demand for financial engineering through outsourcing," said Caldwell.