Network Theory and Analytics Training for Central Banks and FMIs

Conducted by Kimmo Soramaki & hosted by Central Banking Publications and Risk.net

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Kimmo Soramaki of FNA along with the Central Banking Publications and  Risk.net are excited to announce the launch of the first two day public 'hands-on' training course on “Network Theory and Analytics”. This course will take place from the 1st – 2nd November 2017 at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer Street Hotel, London. 

About the course:

The recognition that financial systems can be usefully understood as a complex web of dynamic relations between financial institutions and markets is changing the way central bankers and supervisors work. The key to this new way thinking is network theory.

To this end, Central Banking Publications & Risk.net are delighted to be working with world-renowned expert Kimmo Soramaki to host this course which will cover the latest developments and good practice methods in network theory and analytics.

Participants at the course will learn how to:

  • Identify points of systemic risk
  • Analyse risk exposures
  • Understand interconnectedness
  • Stress-test systems and players
  • Develop applications for regulation and markets

View the full agenda here.

To register for the course online click here or alternatively contact Dean Cousins at dean.cousins@incisivemedia.com or call +44 (0)207 316 9252.+44 (0)207 316 9252.

Welcome to FNA Knowledge Center

The FNA Knowledge Center is a focal point for resources in Network Theory in Finance. The analysis of financial networks is a new and growing field that enhances our understanding of linkages in financial markets and infrastructures. 

For rigorous and practitioner focused research on the application of network theory in finance, pleaser refer to the Journal of Network Theory in Finance.

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