AIFMRM invites applications for a permanent appointment in Quantitative Finance at Senior Lecturer level. The closing date for applications is 6 September 2019. To apply, complete the UCT application form (HR201), and submit it with a Motivational Letter and a full CV in one PDF document as per the vacancy advertisement.Read more "Vacancy: Senior Lecturer in Quantitative Finance"
From addressing climate change to adjusting interest rates, just about every job, in every industry, is dependent on technology – and those who understand it. For this, mathematical proficiency is a crucial prerequisite.Read more "Want a fulfilling job in the future? Make sure you brush up on your maths"
A team of students on the MCom in Risk Management of Financial Markets won the 4th annual FNB Stockbroking and Portfolio Management Trading Game.Read more "Big win for UCT team in FNB Stockbroking and Portfolio Management trading competition"
Four of AIFMRM’s PhD students submitted their theses and graduated in 2018 – the first PhD graduates since AIFMRM’s inception in 2014. We caught up with them to find out more about their journeys and their reflections on the PhD process.Read more "AIFMRM celebrates its first PhD graduates"
Producing graduates for the world of finance is an expensive, specialised and time-consuming business. Can universities keep pace with the requirements of a rapidly changing industry?Read more "The future of finance: Are universities prepared?"