Nomura Centre for Mathematical Finance
The Nomura Centre for Mathematical Finance was established in 2001 with the support of the Nomura Group, a leading global financial services group. It sits within the Oxford Centre for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, which is part of the Mathematical Institute Oxford University. Previously called the Nomura Centre for Quantitative Finance, the centre was renamed in 2007 to more accurately reflect the scope of its operations.
The aim of the Nomura Centre is to promote research in mathematics and finance, with a special emphasis on approaches that combine practical relevance with mathematical interest.
The Nomura Centre supports several academic posts including a Junior Research Fellow, Senior Research Fellow and Distinguished Visitor positions, and graduate students under the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council CASE Awards scheme. It also hosts an annual lecture on finance and supports a seminar series in mathematical finance. More information on the Nomura Centre's activities is provided elsewhere in this website.
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