17th Forecasting Financial Markets Conference 2010
May, 26th 2010 - May, 28th 2010 in Hannover, Germany
Advances for Exchange Rates, Interest Rates and Asset Management
Forecasting Financial Markets is an International Conference on Quantitative Finance which has been held in May/June every year since 1994. Since its inception, the Conference has grown in scope and stature to become, after sixteen years of continued success, a key international meeting point for those interested in Quantitative Finance, with the participation of quantitative market professionals and of prestigious academic and private research institutions from all over the world including major central banks and quantitative fund managers.
The FFM Scientific Committee is composed of both academics and quantitative market professionals to ensure the methodological soundness of the selected contributions and also retain the practitioner’s perspective at the same time. Over the years, the Committee has ensured that the presentations were original, high quality and practical.
- 2010's FFM Conference will take place in Hannover, Germany.
- List of Topics and Areas of Expertise
- Modelling with high frequency data and market microstructure
- Fund management and trading rules
- Funds of funds and balanced funds
- Advances in asset management and portfolio optimisation
- Relative value and market neutral strategies
- Modelling volatility and correlation
- Risk analysis and credit trading
- Derivatives pricing models and real options
May, 26th 2010 (Wednesday) - May, 28th 2010 (Friday)
The Conference takes place at the "New Leibniz House" ("Neues Leibnizhaus"), Holzmarkt 4 - 6, 30159 Hannover, Germany which belongs to the Leibniz University of Hannover.The New Leibniz House has been reconstructed between 1977 and 1981 for about 11 million Euro with a renaissance façade from sandstone true to original (appearance from 1652).German universal genius Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646 - 1716) lived in the Original Leibniz House from 1698 on till his death. In 1943 it has been totally destroyed - together with great parts of Hannover's Old Town. Nowadays it is a conference center for Hannover's university and guest house for visiting scientists.
The conference dinner will be held at the Atrium which is located in Hannover's ancient town hall.
Call for Papers Deadline: 12 February 2010
If you wish to present a paper, please submit an abstract on
www.ffm-conference.com by 12 February 2010.
Publication of Papers
Papers for the Conference will appear in the Conference Proceedings, a copy of which will be given to every delegate. Authors are also invited to submit their work to the European Journal of Finance (E.J.F.) which will publish a special proceedings issue containing selected papers from the Conference.
Presenters registration fees:
EUR 275 (academics) and
EUR 400 (non-academics and dual academic/nonacademic employment)
In the case of a paper with multiple authorship, only one presenter can pay this reduced fee.
Please note that when submitting a paper you implicitly agree to present it if accepted, and payment of registration fees will thus be required by Thursday 15 April 2010, unless you withdraw earlier.
Standard delegate fees:
EUR 550 (academics; letter on University letterhead required) and
EUR 1100 (non-academics and dual academic/nonacademic employment)
Please note that payment must be received before 5 May 2010.
Further information: www.ffm-conference.com
The fee includes information material and catering (lunch buffet, coffee & cake, refreshments,...).
All participants including presenters are responsible for their own travel and accommodation expenses. You can find information regarding travel and accommodation on this website.
A Conference dinner is organised on Thursday 27 May 2010 for which there will be an additional fee of EUR 45 to be paid beforehand with your registration.
We are looking forward to your registration as participant
a) via e-mail to:
(Please specify any titles and university or company affiliations and let us know whether you want to join the conference dinner.)
b) or by using the e-mail form here.
We will send you information including bank account numbers and confirm your successful registration seperately after reception of the registration fee.
If you consider to join the conference as standard delegate (non-presenter) and you want to be notified when the conference program has been compiled, you can ask us for a reminder via e-mail to ffm2010hcf.uni-hannover.de as well.
- www.ffm-conference.com | permanent Forecasting Financial Markets Conference Website
- www.cibef.com | Centre of International Banking & Finance, Liverpool John Moores University
- www.financegroup.uni-hannover.de | Finance Group at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Leibniz University of Hannover
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Professor Christian Dunis
Professor of Banking & Finance, Liverpool John Moores University
Centre for International Banking, Economics and Finance (CIBEF): Director
Professor Michael Dempster
Centre for Financial Research, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge: Director
Professor Michael H. Breitner
Finance Group | Institute of Information Systems Research, Leibniz University of Hannover: Chair
Professor Daniel Rösch
Finance Group | Institute of Banking and Finance, Leibniz University of Hannover: Chair
Dipl.-Oec. Markus Preylowski
Finance Group | Hannover Center of Finance e.V.: Research Fellow
Dipl.-Math. Dipl.-Oec. Hans-Jörg von Mettenheim
Finance Group | Institute of Information Systems Research, Leibniz University of Hannover: Scientific Assistant
About Hannover Center of Finance
The Hannover Center of Finance is an association founded by Professors of Leibniz University of Hannover and leading local and supra-regional financial institutions.
It is aimed at strengthening research in the field of finance and supporting the dialogue between academia and practitioners.