Financial Math

Round ’bout a year ago, Dr. Roger Bey visited the Math Club to talk about careers in financial math and, in particular, about getting a masters degree in math and finance in his department at the University of Tulsa. Since he knew that there is a fair number of people in the OU math department with an interest in these things, he sent HQ an invite to have students attend their Student Preview Day:

On January 13, 2011 we are hosting a MS in Finance Student Preview Day.  This will be an excellent opportunity to learn more about our MS in Finance program and visit campus.  A special feature of the day is for prospective students to attend our Friends of Finance Luncheon as our guest. Our featured speaker is William Brodsky, chairman and CEO of the Chicago Board of Options Exchange.  After the luncheon, students will be able to meet Mr. Brodsky in a one hour Q&A session exclusively for students.  We expect the luncheon to be sold out (400 attendees) but are holding a block of seats for prospective students.  Please register early to ensure a seat.  An invitation and a program summary are attached.  Faculty, of course, are welcome to attend with their students.

If you would be so kind as to forward this email to the students in your department, I would greatly appreciate it.

Have a great semester break and Happy Holidays.


Roger P. Bey

J. Bradley Oxley Chair of Finance and Chairman

118 Helmerich Hall

University of Tulsa

Tulsa, OK 74104

It’s a great chance to learn about their program and, more generally about the world of financial math.  If you’re interested, you should send Dr. Bey an email and he can reserve a spot for you.

If he had studied financial math, he'd know if a positive derivative on derivatives is good or bad.


2 thoughts on “Financial Math

    • Sean,

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