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The Curious Quant series, hosted by Michael Kollo, is a discussion between technically-minded professionals in the financial services, technology and data science fields. It examines the application of new data and new methodologies to common problems in financial markets. Michael Kollo has a PhD in Finance is from the London School of Economics where he lectured in quantitative finance in addition to Imperial College and at the University of New South Wales. He has created models and led qu ...
 
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Nick Wade from Northfield and the Curious Quant discuss the impact of COVID on risk modeling frameworks, assumptions, and how the recent movements in asset markets may or may not impact the short and long-term assumptions of asset owners.By Qurious Analytics
 
I speak with my a great voice of independent research in London on the topics of using alternative data for FX and macro research for quantitative strategies. We talk a lot about Saeed's well known work in macro-economics, in FX research, as well as his well known and regarded book.By Qurious Analytics
 
I chat with Asif on his career journey, how the world changed after the GFC and what he sees for the future of machine learning assisting with rigorous testing of a hypothesis.Career, systems, how the world changed after GFC, data sets that are interesting, AI and machine learning, neural networks, testing a hypothesis and data.Nothing on this podc…
 
I chat with Alex on his experiences across a range of environments, the role of machine learning in Australia's future and how to best deploy data science in academia and industry.Nothing on this podcast is to be considered investment advice or a recommendation. No investment decision or activity should be undertaken without first seeking qualified…
 
I chat with Paul on derivative pricing, the application of mathematics within financial services and the implications for society due to AI.Nothing on this podcast is to be considered investment advice or a recommendation. No investment decision or activity should be undertaken without first seeking qualified and professional advice.…
 
I chat with Vinesh, ceo at ExtractAlpha, on the research behind alternative data, stock selection techniques and the expertise required to differentiate signal from noise.Nothing on this podcast is to be considered investment advice or a recommendation. No investment decision or activity should be undertaken without first seeking qualified and prof…
 
I chat with Campbell, Professor of Finance at Duke University, on the future of quantitative finance, academic journals, model fitting and the intellectual fallacies within inference.Nothing on this podcast is to be considered investment advice or a recommendation. No investment decision or activity should be undertaken without first seeking qualif…
 
I chat with Sean, senior quantitative analyst at Mine Super, on the scientific process, uncertainty and the changing relationship between academia and the private sector in Australia.Nothing on this podcast is to be considered investment advice or a recommendation. No investment decision or activity should be undertaken without first seeking qualif…
 
I chat with Gideon, CIO & global head of portfolio management at Rosenberg Equities, on data playgrounds, hubris and the exciting future for quantitative investing.Nothing on this podcast is to be considered investment advice or a recommendation. No investment decision or activity should be undertaken without first seeking qualified and professiona…
 
https://www.investmentmagazine.com.au/2019/10/linda-gruendken-cycling-in-cambridge-and-the-randomness-of-markets/ I chat with Linda, the lead scientist from GAM Systematic CANTAB, and recently named as one of the top 50 women in the hedge fund industry. We have a fascinating conversation about the difference between quant and systematic approaches,…
 
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