Monthly Archives: March 2022

Financial products marketing in neobanks

Financial products marketing in neobanks In this article, Cynthia LIN (ESSEC Business School, Global BBA, 2018-2022) explains how neobanks market their financial products. Introduction Marketing of financial products in neobanks has become an integral part of their daily tasks because … Continue reading

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Financial communication in family firms

Financial communication in family firms In this article, Cynthia LIN (ESSEC Business School, Global BBA, 2018-2022) presents the importance of financial communication in family firms. Introduction Financial communication is mainly used by companies that publicly trade their shares on a … Continue reading

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My experience as a junior financial analyst at ACE

My experience as a junior financial analyst at ACE In this article, William LONGIN (EDHEC Business School, Global BBA, 2020-2024) shares his experience as a junior financial analyst at ACE Finance et Conseil, which is a wealth management firm specialized … Continue reading

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Understand the importance of data providers and how they influence global finance…

In this article, Louis DETALLE (ESSEC Business School, Grande Ecole – Master in Management, 2020-2023) explains the importance of data providers and how they influence global finance… What are data providers? A data provider is an intermediary between data and … Continue reading

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The importance of data in finance

In this article, Louis DETALLE (ESSEC Business School, Grande Ecole – Master in Management, 2020-2023) explains the importance of data-management for corporations and how they are used to improve profitability. According to a study published by CapGemini untitled: The data-powered … Continue reading

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The Monte Carlo simulation method for VaR calculation

In this article, Jayati WALIA (ESSEC Business School, Grande Ecole – Master in Management, 2019-2022) explains the Monte Carlo simulation method for VaR calculation. Introduction Monte Carlo simulations are a broad class of computational algorithms that rely majorly on repeated … Continue reading

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Implementing Black-Litterman asset allocation model

In this article, Youssef Louraoui (Bayes Business School, MSc. Energy, Trade & Finance, 2021-2022) presents an implementation of the Black-Litterman model, used to determine the expected return of a portfolio by integrating investor’s views regarding the performance of the underlying … Continue reading

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Implementing Markowitz asset allocation model

In this article, Youssef LOURAOUI (Bayes Business School, MSc. Energy, Trade & Finance, 2021-2022) explains how to implement the Markowitz asset allocation model. This model is used to determine optimal asset portfolios based on the risk-return trade-off. This article follows … Continue reading

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The incredible story of Nick Leeson & the Barings Bank

In this article, Louis DETALLE (ESSEC Business School, Grande Ecole – Master in Management, 2020-2023) looks back at the bank fraud of Nick Leeson, a trader at Barings, which led to the collapse of the UK’s oldest investment bank… History … Continue reading

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What happened between Iksil & JP Morgan

In this article, Louis DETALLE (ESSEC Business School, Grande Ecole – Master in Management, 2020-2023) explains how Bruno Iksil, a French trader working in London made inconsiderate trades in the name of the renown JP Morgan. Bruno Iksil: background of … Continue reading

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