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  • 14.11.2016

    Two FRIC PhD students defend their theses this week

    Two PhD students at the FRIC Center for Financial Frictions, Department of Finance will defend their PhD theses this week: Mikael Reimer Jensen will present Interbank Markets and Frictions and Mads Vestergaard Jensen will present Financial Frictions - Implications for Early Option Exercise and Realized Volatility
  • 12.10.2016

    FRIC PhD student wins the 2016 SFI Outstanding Paper Award

    The working paper ‘An Explanation of Negative Swap Spreads’ written by PhD student at the Center for Financial Frictions Sven Klingler and his co-author Professor Suresh Sundaresan from Columbia Business School has won the prestigious Swiss Finance Institute Outstanding Paper Award 2016
  • 04.10.2016

    David Lando re-appointed deputy chairman of the Danish FSA

    David Lando, director of the Center for Financial Frictions (FRIC), has been re-appointed deputy chairman of the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority (Finanstilsynet) and Henrik Ramlau-Hansen, associate professor at the Department of Finance has been appointed Chairman
  • 02.09.2016

    FRIC welcomes new staff members

    The FRIC Center is happy to welcome 3 new PhD students as well as 1 research assistant and 1 student assistant from September 2016
  • 30.08.2016

    FRIC'16 in pictures

    On August 22-23, 2016 Center for Financial Frictions (FRIC) and the ERC project FRICTIONS at The Department of Finance hosted the fourth international conference on financial frictions: FRIC'16 Conference on Financial Frictions
  • 08.08.2016

    FRIC tapestry on the financial crisis on display since 2014

    In the canteen at Solbjerg Plads, you can find the 20-meter-long FRIC tapestry covering the financial crisis from 2008-2013 - the tapestry now enters its third year on display and the online version is also still visited regularly
  • 21.06.2016

    FRIC research creates headlines again

    Research by FRIC member and associate professor at the Department of Finance, Jens Dick-Nielsen and his co-authors is the basis for a discussion of the current LCR (Liquidity Coverage Ratio) regulation in the EU

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