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MSRM Professors to Teach in Upcoming Contemporary Finance Executive Short Course

In an upcoming five day short course beginning June 1st 2015, MSRM Professors Ingo Walter, Edward Altman, Holger Mueller, Viral Acharya, and Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh will join NYU Stern Professors Aswath Damodaran, David Yermack and Baruch Lev to teach Contemporary Finance: Key Topics for Senior Executives and Board Members. Learn … Continue reading

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Prof. Ian Bremmer Discusses an Opened Cuba

In a recent opinion editorial on Time, Global Research Professor Ian Bremmer discussed the economic benefits of opening Cuba to international business. Now that Cuba has been removed from the list of nations that sponsor terrorism, several industries will have … Continue reading

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Class of 2015 Abu Dhabi Module Featured on NYU Stern Homepage

NYU recently featured the MSRM Class of 2015′s Global and Sovereign Risk Module in Abu Dhabi on the NYU Stern homepage! The feature, as part of a series titled Tales in Possible, discussed the courses, global location, and guest speakers of … Continue reading

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MSRM Alum Andrew Koh to Speak at Cards and Payments Asia 2015 Conference & More

Andrew Koh, an alum of the Class of 2010 MS in Risk Management Program and the Class of 2008 MS in Global Finance Program, is scheduled to speak at several prestigious conferences this Spring. On April 22nd and 23rd, Andrew … Continue reading

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Prof. Nouriel Roubini Discusses a Greek Exit from the Euro

In a recent interview with Bloomberg Business, Professor Nouriel Roubini discussed the implications of the “Grexit,” or what the Greek exit from the euro would look like. Professor Roubini described the exit as a “massive contagion” that would highly stress other … Continue reading

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Prof. Robert Engle Discusses the NYU Stern Systemic Risk Rankings

In a recent article on the International Business Times, NYU Stern Professor Robert Engle discussed banking stress tests and the NYU Stern Systemic Risk Rankings. Following the first round of the Federal Reserve’s annual stress tests last week- in which an unprecedented 31 … Continue reading

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Nobel Laureate Robert Engle Delivers Inaugural “Gallatin Lecture Series on Banking”

NYU Stern Professor and Nobel Laureate Robert Engle delivered the inaugural session of the Gallatin Lecture Series on Banking, the first of four lectures jointly hosted by NYU Stern and The Clearing House. His presentation, titled Prospects for Financial Stability, drew … Continue reading

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Prof. Roy Smith Discusses the Impact of Basel III Regulations on the Banking Industry

In a recent article on Bankrate, NYU Stern Professor Roy Smith discussed the stabilizing US banking industry, including current threats to the economy, a long-term outlook of the industry, and the impact of several legal regulations. In particular, Professor Smith … Continue reading

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Prof. Ian Bremmer on “How to Lead in Ambiguous Times”

In a recent opinion editorial on Strategy + Business, NYU Stern Global Research Professor Ian Bremmer discussed how businesses can succeed in a time of geopolitical turbulence and an uncertain economic future. Professor Bremmer explained three strategies for decision making that … Continue reading

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Economists Need to Analyze and Explain, Don’t Prognosticate by Dean Peter Henry

The following is an excerpt from an op-ed published in the New York Times, written by NYU Stern Dean Peter Henry: Because the economics profession failed to predict the financial crisis in advanced nations, critics claim that economists have little … Continue reading

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