Prof. Michael Monoyios

Associate Professor, Financial Mathematics

Mathematical Institute
University of Oxford
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
Woodstock Road
Oxford OX2 6GG

tel: + 44(0)1865 280617

Office: S1.35

email: my surname at maths dot ox dot ac dot uk

I am an Associate Professor in Financial Mathematics, a member of the Mathematical and Computational Finance Group, a Fellow of Lady Margaret Hall, and part of the Oxford Probability group.

I obtained BSc Physics and PhD Theoretical Physics degrees from Imperial College, London, 1983--1989. This was followed by a Royal Society Postdoctoral Fellowship in Theoretical Physics at the Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, 1989-1990. From 1990 to 1993 I was a trader of interest rate derivatives for Security Pacific Hoare Govett, London. I returned to academia as a Research Associate in Mathematical Finance at Imperial College, 1993-1995. From 1996-2004 I was at Brunel University as a Senior Lecturer in Mathematical Finance. I joined the Mathematical Institute at Oxford in October 2005.

My research interests focus on applications of stochastic control and filtering to optimal investment and hedging problems in incomplete markets. I have worked on problems involving transaction costs, basis risk, and with partial and inside information. My current projects are centred on inter-temporal utility maximisation problems.

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