Workshop: Deep Learning in Finance - An experiment and A reflection

Deep Learning in Finance : An experiment and A reflection

Presented By Miquel Noguer Alonso, PhD
Miquel Noguer Alonso, PhD
Miquel Noguer Alonso, PhD
Executive Director at UBS

Miquel Noguer Alonso is a financial markets practitioner with more than 20 years of experience in asset management, he is currently Head of Development at Global AI (Big Data Artificial Intelligence in Finance company) and Head on Innovation and Technology at IEF.

He worked for UBS AG (Switzerland) as Executive Director. He is a member of European Investment Committee for the last 10 years. He worked as a Chief Investment Office and CIO for Andbank from 2000 to 2006. He started his career at KPMG.

He is Adjunct Professor at Columbia University teaching Asset Allocation, Big Data in Finance and Fintech. He is also Professor at ESADE teaching Hedge Fund, Big Data in Finance and Fintech. He taught the first Fintech and Big Data course at the London Business School in 2017.

He received an MBA and a Degree in business administration and economics in ESADE in 1993. In 2010 he earned a Ph.D. in quantitative finance with a Summa Cum Laude distinction (UNED – Madrid Spain). He completed a Postdoc in Columbia Business School in 2012. He collaborated with the Mathematics department of Fribourg during his Ph.D. He also holds the Certified European Financial Analyst (CEFA) 2000.

His research interests range from asset allocation, big data, machine learning to algorithmic trading and Fintech. His academic collaborations include a visiting scholarship in Columbia University in 2013 in the Finance and Economics Department, in Fribourg University in 2010 in the mathematics department, and giving presentations in Indiana University, ESADE and CAIA and several industry seminars like the Quant Summit USA 2017 and 2010.

Presentation Description

We will see a Long Short-Term Memory ( LSTM ) network implementation in univariate and multivariate time series stock prediction. Results are promising on the multivariate case in different market regimes, quants should incorporate deep learning and other machine learning techniques in their toolbox. We will discuss also more, in general, the use of deep learning in finance.

Presentation Curriculum

Workshop: Deep Learning in Finance - An experiment and A reflection
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