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1. You need young top talents? We got them!

1.1. Preparing students to be overperform in banking, asset management, corporate treasury, and business consulting

1.1.1. Percentages, where which students go after graduation from LinkedIn (there is a statistic!)

1.2. Modern perspective: quantitative orientation, applications of mathematics, statistics, econometrics and data management

1.2.1. Examples from modules: XXXX

1.3. Direct link to top performing students (Fellowship-Programme)

1.3.1. Link to the programme and statistics

1.4. Attraction of international top talents due to the reputation of the university and location.

1.4.1. Rankings and Elite status.

1.5. High percentage of international students compared to other universities, creating a vibrant pool where cultural awareness and interest can grow.

1.5.1. Percentages, where students come from.

2. New knowledge. It's created here.

2.1. Knowledge Hotspots (zB. Sonderforschungsbereiche, Forschungszentren, Interdiszplinäre Forschungszentren)

2.2. Resarch areas & Profiles of the leading resarchers

2.2.1. Prof. Tim Adam

2.2.1.1. Empirical corporate finance Corporate risk management Syndicated loans Debt financing Mutual funds Behavioral finance

2.2.1.1.1. WRITE USING https://www.wiwi.hu-berlin.de/de/professuren/bwl/cofi/staff/cv-tim_adam.pdf

2.2.2. Prof. Hermann Elendner

2.2.2.1. Private Equity Credit Ratings and Rating Agencies, Credit Risk Sovereign Debt Issuance Money as an Asset, Monetary Theory and Crypto-Currencies

2.2.2.1.1. WRITE USING http://elendner.net/

2.2.3. Prof. Alex Stomper

2.2.3.1. Finance & product markets Finance & labor markets Finance & politics

2.2.3.1.1. I am a Professor of Finance in the Finance Group of Berlin's Humboldt University. I graduated from the University of Vienna, where I also obtained my "Habilitation" in the year 2007. From 2007 to 2011, I taught at at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Vienna and at the Sloan School of Management. In 2011, I moved to Berlin. I am a Fellow of the European Corporage Governance Institute, and an Associate Faculty of the Vienna Graduate School of Finance. (SEE http://amor.cms.hu-berlin.de/~stompera/l_data.html AND ELABORATE)

2.2.4. Prof. Maria Kasch

2.2.4.1. Empirical Asset Pricing Sources of Volatility Market Frictions Trading and Price Dynamics

2.2.4.1.1. ASK or WRITE

2.2.5. Menkhoff

2.2.5.1. Prof. Ulrich Horst

2.2.5.1.1. Backward (partial) stochastic differential equations Stochastic control theory Limit order book modelling Optimal trading in illiquid markets Principal-agent games

2.2.5.2. international finance (foreign exchange, market microstructure, technical analysis, exchange rate expectations) financial development (financial inclusion, financial literacy, attitude towards risk)

2.2.5.2.1. Lukas Menkhoff is the Head of the Department of International Economics at DIW Berlin and Professor of Economics at the Humboldt-University of Berlin. He is also a member of the ‘Globalization and Development’ Research Training Group (Göttingen, Hannover), and the Collaborative Research Center ‘Rationality and Competition’ (Munich, Berlin). His research focus is on International Finance and Financial Development. Previously, Menkhoff served as a professor at the Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, the Leibniz University of Hannover, the RWTH Aachen University and was a postdoc at the Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiburg. For several years prior to that, he worked at Dresdner Bank AG and McKinsey & Co. His papers have been published in the Journal of Economic Literature, the Journal of Finance, the Journal of Financial Economics, the Review of Financial Studies, the Journal of International Economics, and the Journal of International Money and Finance, among others

2.3. cutting edge research in pressing up to date matters

2.3.1. Cryptocurrency and Blockchain

2.3.2. Credit Risk Evaluation

2.3.3. Corporate Risk Management

2.3.4. ELABORATE

3. Be part of the vibrant network.

3.1. Finance & Accounting Fellows

3.2. Berlin Finance Network

3.3. Conference on Recent Advances in Mutual Fund and Hedge Fund Research

3.4. Finance & Accounting Research Seminar

3.5. Alumni-Netzwerk - WIWEX.net

4. How to give (CAUTON: COPIED)

4.1. Philanthropic giving opportunities

4.1.1. Scholarships Fellowships Faculty chairs Capital improvements and facilities Program and research grants Equipment In-kind gifts Employee matching gift programs

4.2. Research collaborations

4.2.1. Yale has a long tradition of first-class research in the sciences and humanities. Twenty researchers with Yale ties have won the Nobel Prize, and sixty current faculty are members of the National Academy of Sciences. A recent survey of America's top research universities conducted by the Institute for Scientific Information ranked Yale fourth in terms of the number of research papers cited by scientists worldwide. The Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations links corporations and foundations with Yale faculty and administrators in key areas of mutual research interest. Interactions occur in the form of grants, contracts, faculty consultations, internships and clinical trials. The office also assists in the area of sponsored research together with the Office of Cooperative Research—which manages the university's intellectual assets and establishes commercial partnerships—and the Office of Grant and Contract Administration. We also assist in making additional resources of the university available to supporters, such as faculty consultations, executive education programs, participation in conferences, colloquia and symposia, and the university's museums and libraries.

4.3. Corporate alliances

4.3.1. build upon complementary strengths and needs in recruitment/hiring, financial aid for students, internships, research collaborations, faculty/industry consultations, lectureships and technology transfer.build upon complementary strengths and needs in recruitment/hiring, financial aid for students, internships, research collaborations, faculty/industry consultations, lectureships and technology transfer.

4.4. Foundations

4.4.1. are a driving force behind much of the research and many of the programs that take place at Yale. Foundation relations professionals identify opportunities—programs, research activities, capital projects, fellowship needs, and other elements of university life—that parallel foundation giving priorities.

5. Who we are: The Finance Group @ Humboldt

5.1. Integration at the Humboldt University

5.2. Some facts & numbers

5.3. Contact info etc.