International Conference on Mathematical Finance

Meet Our Sponsors

The International Mathematical Finance Conference is made possible, in part, by our generous sponsors.

Gold Level Sponsors

The Robert T. Stevenson Jr./PNC Endowed Professorship in Finance, Bradley University

The Robert T. Stevenson, Jr./PNC Endowed Professorship in Finance was established by the officers of the, then National City Bank, to honor the memory of Robert T. Stevenson, Jr., former president of First of America Bank and former member of the Bradley University Board of Trustees. The professorship encourages professional excellence and rewards a faculty member who creatively educates students in finance and quantitative methods curriculum to prepare them for successful careers in financial institutions.

Master of Science in Quantitative Finance (MSQF), Bradley University

Rigorous and interdisciplinary, Bradley’s Master of Science in Quantitative Finance (MSQF) prepares students for the challenges and opportunities of a career as a “quant.”

The use of quantitative analysis has resulted in increasing innovation and complexity within today’s financial marketplace. As the intricacy of financial innovation intensifies, the need for quantitative finance professionals, or “quants,” continues to grow across all business sectors.

MSQF students channel their voracious interest in mathematics, finance, and computer science in learning how their applications within complex problem-solving contexts can inform business and financial challenges such as new product development/pricing, portfolio structuring, scenario simulation, derivative securities valuation, and risk management.

Investing in an MSQF from Bradley can produce valuable dividends—helping to open the door to an intellectually and monetarily rewarding career in quantitative finance. 

Sterling Level Sponsors


NEPC is an independent, full service investment consulting firm, providing asset allocation, manager search, performance evaluation and investment policy services to middle and upper market institutional investment programs. We service 310 retainer relationships, representing assets of $695 billion with approximately $67 billion committed/invested in alternative assets, from our offices in Atlanta, Cambridge, Charlotte, Chicago, Detroit, Las Vegas and San Francisco. 

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Review of Futures Markets is a scholarly research journal that brings a unique balance of theory and practice to the derivatives trading and futures market industry. RFM expands the literature of futures, options, and derivatives research with insightful, peer-reviewed articles written by renowned scholars and innovative young researchers. Originally published by the Chicago Board of Trade, RFM resumed publication in 2005 under the editorship of Mark Holder, Director of Product Development at HKMEx. Dr. Holder is also the Executive Director of the annual Asia-Pacific Futures Research Symposium, now in its 22nd year. RFM publishes papers presented at the symposium by academics and practitioners to advance the understanding of global derivatives markets. Review of Futures Markets is published in cooperation with The Institute for Financial Markets, the industry-sponsored nonprofit, educational foundation. The journal is referenced in the Journal of Economic Literature and listed in Cabell's Directory of Publishing Opportunities in Finance. For more information about RFM, visit the website or contact assistant editor Mary Aaby at

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Founded in 1970 and located in Chicago, Illinois, Institutional Capital LLC (ICAP) manages portfolios – U.S. and Non-U.S – for some of the world’s largest and most respected institutional investors. ICAP is a large-cap value manager and has extensive experience working with many client types including: corporations, public funds, foundations, endowments, subadvisory relationships, and multi-employer plans. Our clients are located within the United States and abroad. As of September 30, 2012, ICAP had over $24 billion in assets under management. Please visit us at