Financial engineering uses mathematical finance and numerical methods to support trading, hedging, investment, and risk management decisions. Traditionally associated with sell-side financial instrument pricing, valuation, and risk analysis, the term financial engineering is also used broadly to refer to quantitative analysis in all finance disciplines and Master of Financial Engineering degree courses.
Researchers, quants, and analysts in banks, hedge funds, and asset management firms use MATLAB to price financial instruments and portfolios. With add-on toolboxes for computational finance, you can perform tasks including:
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