I joined the Department as a Reader in September 2013 from the Oxford-Man Institute of Quantitative Finance, University of Oxford. My past positions include ETH Zurich (RiskLab), Oxford (Nomura Research Fellowship), Princeton University (Assistant Professor, ORFE) and Warwick (Reader, WBS). I have spent six months at the Isaac Newton Institute in 2005 and was a co-organiser of the Quantitative Finance program held at the Fields Institute in 2010. I hold a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Bath.
My current research interests include: optimal stopping and optimal control problems, especially related with utility indifference pricing, and with applications to real options and corporate finance, executive stock options, and behavioural finance.
I am an associate editor at: SIAM Journal on Financial Mathematics (2013-), Mathematics and Financial Economics (2010-) and Review of Derivatives Research (2007-) and a past AE of Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control (2007-2013).
I am a former member of the Council of the Bachelier Finance Society.
I am teaching ST334 in Term 1 2021/22 (and in 2020/21).
ST957 Financial Derivatives (Term 1 2019/20, 2018/19, 2017/18, 2016/17).
PhD applicants: If you are interested in applying for a PhD, see my topics on the Department website
Masters appplicants: We run a successful MSc Mathematical Finance which is joint between Statistics, Mathematics and WBS.
I am a member of the Bachelier Finance Society, SIAM, the American Economic Association, the American Finance Association, the European Economic Association, and the European Finance Association.
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