Tuesday, December 14, 2021

Congratulations to the winning teams at the CFM 101 Team Competition

photo of the winning CFM team

The first-ever CFM course to be offered at the University of Waterloo ended with a portfolio-generation competition. Teams of three first-year CFM students were tasked with coding portfolio-creation applications in the python programming language that were set loose on the market, with final portfolio values determined as of the close on Monday, December 6.

Wednesday, November 10, 2021

CFM co-director James R. Thompson elected president of Northern Finance Association

Professor James R. Thompson, co-director of the Computing and Financial Management program and a Professor at Waterloo’s School of Accounting and Finance, has been elected as a president of the Northern Finance Association, a Canadian-based association of researchers in the field of finance.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Recruitment Season is Coming

Recruiters coming to you soon!

Recruitment season is just around the corner and we are very excited to start our travels to bring bright, new students into our thriving, up and coming Computing and Financial Management (CFM) Program. Every year the number of CFM students is growing and exceeding our expectations.

Waterloo recruitment and Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing (CEMC) staff may be coming to a place near you soon. Come join us on one of the dates listed below to learn more information on what UWaterloo has to offer you!

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

CFM and the CFA Institute Research Challenge

Fourth-year CFM student, Kamaljot Dhaliwal, and a team of four other School of Accounting and Finance (SAF) students continue the success of Waterloo teams at the local (provincial) level CFA Institute Research Challenge competition.

Friday, February 15, 2013

Professor Yuying Li warns banks and investment firms to expect the unexpected

By Beth Gallagher

Communications and Public Affairs


Yuying Li looks deeply into the unpredictable and sometimes catastrophic events that haunt investors.

While her expertise is managing risk, the University of Waterloo computer science professor specializes in how to avoid huge losses on the stock market when random events hit unexpectedly.

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