Alissa Kleinnijenhuis is a D.Phil Candidate in Financial and Computational Mathematics at the University of Oxford and the Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School. She is also affiliated with the Oxford-Man Institute of Quantitative Finance. She works under supervision of Professor J. Doyne Farmer. Her research focuses on system-wide stress testing and systemic risk.
Alissa acts as a visiting academic to the Bank of England (London), and has also conducted research on stress-testing at the European Central Bank (Frankfurt). In addition, her professional experience includes work for Morgan Stanley (London) and Rogge Global Partners (London). Alissa holds a B.A. (Hons) in Mathematics and Economics from University College Utrecht (partially completed at UC Santa Barbara) and an M.Sc. in Mathematics and Finance from Imperial College London.
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Tutor for Financial Derivatives (Msc in mathematical and computational finance)- Michaelmas 2014
Tutor for Fixed Income (Msc in mathematical and computational finance) - Hilary 2015
Tutor for Credit Derivatives (Msc in mathematical and computational finance) - Hilary 2015