Finance

Teaching

The Finance Department consists of approximately 27 permanent professors, 13 visiting professors and 31 adjunct professors with professional backgrounds from academia and private companies. In addition, the Department counts on the support of Teaching and Research Assistants preparing their PhD. Such diversity in the faculty profiles allows the Department to deliver a high standard of courses not only at a theoretical level, but also in dealing with real company issues.

Hence, the department’s pedagogy is based on solid theoretical fundamentals, case studies and practical work, while the students benefit from a broad curriculum in the different domains of Finance, Audit and Control. Each campus hosts a Financial Markets Lab equipped with leading Bloomberg/Reuters terminals which are one of the largest in terms of seats for students among French business schools.

Students who specialize in the Finance track often pursue careers in financial management of private or public businesses, in commercial and investment banks or in asset management companies.

The Department offers:

 

Research

  • Risk & Asset Management. Our research team deals with the valuation of financial assets, portfolio construction, market-timing and stock-picking strategies, high-frequency trading, market microstructure, estimation and management of the volatility and every type of financial risk.
  • Banking, Monetary Policy and Financial Regulation. This topic includes the implementation and the transmission of the monetary policy, the liquidity of the interbank market, the Basel regulatory framework and its evolution, stress testing, the impact of the financial crisis on the characteristics of bank loans.
  • Corporate Ownership Structure, which can be held in whole or in part by a family, private equity investors, the government, and the management. The analysis of the causes and the economic consequences of the ownership structure and its evolution are made in connection with the performance of the company, the governance structure and M&A activities.

 

Academic staff of the Department

 

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Alexandre ALLES RODRIGUES
ALLES RODRIGUES Alexandre
Ph.D., Finance, Neoma Business School
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Renaud BEAUPAIN
BEAUPAIN Renaud
Ph.D. in Economics and Management, University of Namur
Yann BRAOUEZEC
BRAOUEZEC Yann
Ph.D. in Economics, Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers
Aurore BURIETZ-BARAKAT
BURIETZ-BARAKAT Aurore
Ph.D., Economics, University of Picardie Jules Verne
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Fabrizio CASALIN
CASALIN Fabrizio
Ph.D., Economics, Strathclyde University
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Tinghua DUAN
DUAN Tinghua
Ph.D., Finance, University of Edinburgh Business School
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Deniz ERDEMLIOGLU
ERDEMLIOGLU Deniz
Ph.D. in Economics, KU Leuven
Nicolas EUGSTER
EUGSTER Nicolas
Ph.D., Management Sciences, Finance, University of Fribourg
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Hayette GATFAOUI
GATFAOUI Hayette
Ph.D. in Economics , University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne
Maia GEJADZE
GEJADZE Maia
Ph.D. in Economics, Université catholique de Louvain
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Robert JOLIET
JOLIET Robert
Ph.D. in Economics and Management, HEC-ULg Management School
Marc JOËTS
JOËTS Marc
Ph.D., Economics and Mathematics Sciences, Economics, Université Paris Ouest
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Oskar KOWALEWSKI
KOWALEWSKI Oskar
Ph.D. in Economic, Management, Kozminski University
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Jérémie LEFEBVRE
LEFEBVRE Jérémie
Ph.D. in Finance, Tilburg University
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Mieszko MAZUR
MAZUR Mieszko
Ph.D. in Finance, Tilburg University
Paolo MAZZA
MAZZA Paolo
HDR, Management Sciences, Finance, University of Paris Dauphine
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Mikael PETITJEAN
PETITJEAN Mikael
Ph.D in Management Science, Facultés Universitaires Notre-Dame de la Paix (FUNDP)
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Alexandre RUBESAM
RUBESAM Alexandre
Ph.D., Finance, Cass Business School
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Astrid SALZMANN
SALZMANN Astrid
Dr. rer. pol., Finance, RWTH Aachen University
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Albane TARNAUD
TARNAUD Albane
Doctorat en Sciences Economiques, University of Lille 1
Yulia TITOVA
TITOVA Yulia
Ph.D. in Economics, University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne
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Lakshithe WAGALATH
WAGALATH Lakshithe
Ph.D. in Applied Mathemathics, University Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris VI)
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Paul ZIMMERMANN
ZIMMERMANN Paul
Ph.D. in Finance, University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne
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