Conference attracts renowned economists, financial analysts and risk managers
The II International Derivatives and Financial Market Conference began Wednesday, August 24th. The inaugural dinner was held at the Cláudio Santoro Auditorium, in Campos do Jordão, Brazil. Approximately 700 people are participating in the event.
Economist Paul Krugman opened the plenary sessions and roundtables, on Thursday, August 25th, with a lecture on the global economic outlook. In the afternoon, Kenneth Rogoff, professor of economics at Harvard University, lectures on the challenges for the new international financial system.
On Friday, August 26th, professors Emanuel Durman, from Columbia University, and John Hull, from the University of Toronto, will discuss financial models and the latest trends in derivatives.