Department of Finance


Every semester, the Department of Finance hosts a series of seminars. You can find the list of seminars below

Seminars at the Department of Finance

The Department of Finance hosts several seminars each semester. No registration is necessary as all seminars are open and we welcome everyone who would like to attend.

In the menu to the left, you can find all past seminars and events.

If you would like to keep yourself updated on our upcoming seminars, it is possible to sign up for the Finance Seminar Mailing list via the link in the box at the top of the page.

Upcoming Seminars 2020

Please click on the date of the seminar to add the event to your calendar.

Date anD time Speaker

November 6, 2020


Contact Merve Ates for participation

Statistics Seminar with Morten Ørregaard Nielsen, Queen's University

November 13, 2020

Time and place: TBA

Finance Seminar with Mariano M. Croce, Bocconi University

November 20, 2020

Time and place: TBA

Finance Seminar with Lorenzo Bretscher, London Business School

FileNovember 24, 2020, 15.30-16.30
FRIC Practitioner Seminar with Per Törnqvist, Danske Bank
ESG Ratings – Between Scylla and Charybdis
Sign up here before November 20, 2020



Upcoming events 2020

Please click on the date of the event to add it to your calendar.

Date and time Event

November 18, 2020, 09.00-12.00

PeRCent Annual Conference 2020 - online edition

FileAugust 20, 2021


FRIC'21 Conference on Financial Frictions

About the Seminar series at the Department of Finance

We have different types of seminars, some with faculty at the Department of Finance and some with invited international speakers. Please find the different types below.

  • Finance Seminars: Seminars with invited international speakers. Hosted by either the Department of Finance or FRIC Center for Financial Frictions
  • Research Seminars: Research Seminars are more informal seminars taking place over lunch.
  • FRIC Practitioner Seminars: FRIC Practitioner Seminars feature practitioners from financial institutions, central banks, regulatory authorities, asset management firms and other central players in the finance industry. Occasionally, the seminar also features academics speaking on current issues faced by the industry.
The page was last edited by: Department of Finance // 10/28/2020