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Studying Mathematical Finance in Canada

Financial mathematics students learn to develop analytical and computational tools to analyze, model, and make decisions in financial markets. They work on the theory and practice of statistical properties of financial time series, derivative pricing models in complete and incomplete markets, fixed interest rate models, and portfolio risk management.

Financial mathematics is strongly linked with partial differential equations of classical applied mathematics; therefore all students begin with studies in calculus, discrete mathematics, and algebra. They are also introduced to the principles of micro- and macroeconomics.

Financial mathematics topics include compound interest, sinking funds, amortization, the valuation of fixed interest securities, and the effects of tax. As well, students learn about derivatives: cash-and-carry markets, price-discovery markets, expiration dates, and forwards and futures.

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Study Mathematical Finance in Canada
What is Mathematical Finance? Discover similiar and related programs and universities in Canada offering Mathematical Finance degrees.

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