Former Société Générale, Paribas and Nikko derivatives research head, Bruno Dupire has joined the advisory board of Reech Capital, the leading derivatives and risk management service provider. Known for his work on volatility modelling and Monte Carlo simulations and joint developer of the Dupire-Derman-Rubinstein ‘smile model’ used for pricing and hedging exotic and European options, Bruno will be working with Reech to further develop its pricing and risk management solutions. These services are currently used by financial institutions from investment banks to hedge funds, as well as corporates.
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