Financial Engineering and Risk ManagementIACT
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- Distance learning
Financial engineering is application of engineering methods to financial economics. It helps a firm design and analyzes financial contracts to solve problems and exploit opportunities. This course studies cases of non-financial firms using financial engineering, especially derivatives (and contracts that look like derivatives) and risk management techniques, to advance strategic goals. This knowledge can help you in many future finance roles like: corporate executive issuing securities and using a wide array of derivative contracts; banker designing, pricing, and trading securities both for own firm as well as for clients; investment manager running an actively managed securities portfolio; and financial regulator overseeing markets, understanding firms’ behavior and making sure that no catastrophes happen.