Dr. David Stolin
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Dr. David Stolin

David Stolin is Professor of Finance at Toulouse Business School in France. He holds an M.Sc. and a Ph.D. in Finance from London Business School, and a B.S. in Mathematics from Ohio State University. David has published in leading finance and economics journals, such as Journal of Finance, Management Science, and Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis. His research has also been featured in the practitioner and popular press, such as The Financial Times, The Times and Le Monde. His research interests include investment management, corporate governance, textual analysis in finance, and fintech.

ConversationsFinanceFinTech

Financial markets offer countless ways of making (or losing) money. A key distinction among them is the investment horizon, which can range from fractions of a second to years. Previously, I sat down to talk about investing and data with co-founders of new investment management firms representing the high-frequency and

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ConversationsData ScienceFinanceFinTech

Financial markets offer countless ways of making (or losing) money. A key distinction among them is the investment horizon, which can range from fractions of a second to years. Walnut Algorithms and Global Systematic Investors are new investment management firms representing the high-frequency and low-frequency sides, respectively. I sat down

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Artificial IntelligenceConversationsFinanceFinTech

Financial markets offer countless ways of making (or losing) money. A key distinction among them is the investment horizon, which can range from fractions of a second to years. Walnut Algorithms and Global Systematic Investors are new investment management firms representing the high-frequency and low-frequency sides, respectively. I sat down

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Data ScienceFinTechTech Trends

Interest in fintech disruption is at an all-time high, but who will be the winners and who the losers is far from clear. Banks themselves have been sending mixed messages. As a particularly high profile example, JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon famously raised the alarm when he said in

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