2011 Advanced Risk Portfolio Management (ARPM) Bootcamp by Attilio Meucci

Andy Nguyen

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Note: Quantnet members qualify for a partner rate ($1,200)

Advanced Risk and Portfolio Management Bootcamp
August 15–20, 2011, New York​

- More information: http://symmys.com/arpm-bootcamp
- Registration: http://symmys.com/arpm-bootcamp/registration
- Contact: arpm.bootcamp@symmys.com

Audience
- Finance professionals with quantitative background (portfolio managers, risk managers, traders, financial engineers, quantitative analysts, research teams)
- Academics and students from a quantitative field

Instructor
Attilio Meucci, PhD, CFA. Chief Risk Officer at Kepos Capital LP. Author - Risk and Asset Allocation - Springer. Regular contributor to publications, including Risk Magazine and GARP Risk Professional Magazine

Certifications
  • 40 credits - CFA Institute Continue Education Program
  • 40 credits - GARP Continuing Professional Educational Program
  • 3 academic credits - Baruch College, Master's in Financial Engineering Program (for enrolled MFE students)
  • Certificate in Advanced Risk and Portfolio Management (upon completion of an optional examination)
Networking
Mingle with like-minded people; meet our guests speakers Rob Almgren, Peter Carr, Emanuel Derman, Bruno Dupire, Bob Litterman, Fabio Mercurio; network with our coporate partners Sebastian Ceria - Axioma, Mark Carhart - Kepos Capital LP, Dan diBartolomeo - Northfield

Cost
$850 (Academic/Student); $1,200 (Partner), $1,550 (Professional)
Quantnet members qualify for a partner rate ($1,200) (on registration page, select partner rate, and enter code "QN Code 2344" on the comment box).
 

Zororo Makumbe

New Member
I hold a Masters degree in mathematics and satisfy the minimum requirements to take the certification. However, I am a new entrant into the quants career field. Would the ARPM certification be good for a person at my level?
 

MRoss

Well-Known Member
I hold a Masters degree in mathematics and satisfy the minimum requirements to take the certification. However, I am a new entrant into the quants career field. Would the ARPM certification be good for a person at my level?
Holy necro! This must be a new record!
 

Zororo Makumbe

New Member
Holy necro! This must be a new record!
Why friend? I assume that
  • Someone on this thread has attended the ARPM and may then have a good balanced opinion.
  • If no one here has an answer that can enlighten me, someone on the net may...
  • I suppose that this thread will be around for a long while (already 7years and counting) a good answer to my genuine question may help someone just as it would help me.
Thanks...
 
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