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Upcoming Webinars

INQUIRE Webinars

Due to Covid-19 we do not currently expect to offer any seminars until later this year, so in place of these we have started a successful series of webinars presented by our speakers.  You or any colleagues would be most welcome to sign up for the webinar.  We are actively encouraging non-members to take this opportunity to experience the best of INQUIRE; the more the merrier, so please bring your friends.

Upcoming Webinars

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24th February 2021 What can Analysts Learn from Artificial Intelligence about Fundamental Analysis? Oliver Binz

*Organised by INQUIRE Europe.

Previous Webinars - Slides and Recordings available here.

26-27th January 2021 Pactitioners Online Seminar Multiple
13th January 2021 Single-Step Portfolio Construction through Reinforcement Learning and Economically Interpretable AI Lin William Cong
3rd November 2020 Long term Scenario Modelling for investors* Hens Steehouwer
14th October 2020 Phantom of the Opera: ETF Shorting and Shareholder Voting Oguzhan Karakas
5th October 2020 Climate Finance* Harrison Hong
17th September 2020 (Re-)Imag(ine)ing Price Trends: teaching AI to predict returns using computer vision techniques. Dacheng Xiu
2nd September 2020 Is the USD a safe Haven? Dori Levanoni
30th July 2020 Factor Investing: Get Your Exposures Right! Raul Leote de Carvalho
13th July 2020 Correlation and Causation - Tools and Solutions from Economics Mungo Wilson
6th July 2020 Diversification, Volatility and Surprising Alpha. Johannes Ruf
9th June 2020 Securities Lending and Information: Funds that Lend a Stock are Better at Timing its Sale Dr Pedro Saffi
15th May 2020 Estimating Financial Exposure to Covid-19 Stephan Hollander
6th May 2020 Practial Natural Language Processing with BERT Tim Nugent
22nd April 2020 The Covid-19 Challenge to European Financial Markets: Lessons from Italy Dr Nicola Borri