Friday, February 4, 2022

Register for the 'Introduction to Bloomberg Terminal for Quantitative Analysis' workshop on Saturday, Feb. 19

Register for the "Introduction to Bloomberg Terminal for Quantitative Analysis" workshop for STEM and economics students on Saturday, Feb. 19. The workshop is sponsored by the Master of Financial Mathematics (MFM) and the Fundamentals of Quantitative Finance (FQF) post-baccalaureate programs. Space is limited, so apply soon!
Learn about the Bloomberg Terminal!

STEM and economics students graduating soon and still considering how to use their quantitative skills in interesting, good-paying jobs are invited to attend the "Introduction to Bloomberg Terminal for Quantitative Analysis" workshop hosted by the Minnesota Center for Financial and Actuarial Mathematics (MCFAM).

Introduction to Bloomberg Terminal for Quantitative Analysis Workshop
Saturday, Feb. 19, 2022
10 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Walter Library, Toaster Innovation Hub
Learn more and register for the Introduction to Bloomberg Terminal for Quantitative Analysis workshop.

The workshop will focus on helping you learn how to use the Bloomberg Terminal to do all sorts of analytics ranging from capital markets to insurance, health care, and more. You'll also gain perspective on career paths where you can use your backgrounds to pursue fascinating and well-paying jobs in quantitative finance and related domains. Mathematical and statistical modeling, economics, coding, data science, and analytics are all excellent backgrounds for the field of quantitative finance. The skills of "quants" are also actively sought after by big tech.

Attendees can expect to:
  • Learn about the terminal from a US Bank vice president and treasury analyst who actively uses Bloomberg on the job
  • Practice on the terminal in small groups to do problem analysis
  • Network with workshop leaders and other students who have similar interests
Space is limited, so apply soon.

The workshop is sponsored by the Minnesota Center for Financial and Actuarial Mathematics (MCFAM).

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Minnesota Center for Financial and Actuarial Mathematics (MCFAM)
612-626-8057
cse.umn.edu/mcfam