CEQURA Conference 2016
Welcome to the webpage of the 7th CEQURA Conference on Advances in Financial and Insurance Risk Management, organized by the Society for Financial and Insurance Econometrics in collaboration with the Montreal Institute of Structured Products and Derivatives and Bayerisches Finanz Zentrum. The conference provides a platform for presenting and discussing current developments in research and industry, and fosters the exchange between academics and practitioners from the risk management community.
The conference will take place in Munich, Germany, on September, 26 - 27, 2016
Both academics and practitioners are encouraged to participate. To present theoretical or applied research work, please submit an abstract (200–400 words) using this submission form by June 10, 2016.
Submissions in all areas of financial and insurance risk management are welcome. A particular focus of this year’s conference will be Digitalization in Finance and Insurance as well as Data Science in Finance and Insurance. General topics of interest include but are not limited to:
- Market, credit, operational, liquidity and energy risk
- Stress testing and scenario analysis
- Systemic risk in banking and insurance
- Solvency II and Basel III
- Dependence modeling
- Risk dynamics
- Real- and financial-sector interactions
Special journal issue: Presenters will have the opportunity to submit their work to a special issue of the Journal of Risk and Financial Management on "Advances in Financial and Insurance Risk Management," which will be organized together with the conference. Further details will be announced.
5th CEQURA Junior Research Workshop on September 28, 2016
Program committee: Francesca Biagini, Martin Boyer, Volker Deville, Christian Dorion, Matthias Fengler, Andreas Fuest, Elmar Helten, Teo Jasic, Thilo Meyer-Brandis, Stefan Mittnik, Gernot Müller, Yarema Okhrin, Marc Paolella, Sandra Paterlini, Dietmar Pfeifer, Svetlozar Rachev, Andreas Richter, Frank Romeike, Fabian Spanhel, Gerhard Stahl, David Veredas, Tom Wilson, Serkan Yener, Tina Yener
The conference will take place at the Kardinal Wendel Haus, which is centrally located in Munich. Please note: The conference takes place during the Munich Oktoberfest, which is a major tourist attraction making it difficult to find hotel rooms. Although a number of rooms have been set aside for participants at the Kardinal Wendel Haus, early reservation is recommended. For room reservations please contact: email@example.com until July 20, 2016. Please note, that the Katholische Akademie is closed during August 2016.