Financial Engineering Law and Legal Definition
Financial Engineering is a multidisciplinary field involving financial theory. The financial engineering methodologies usually apply social theories, engineering methodologies and quantitative methods to finance.
It is normally used in the securities, banking, and financial management and consulting industries, or as quantitative analysts in corporate treasury and finance departments of general manufacturing and service firms. The first quantitative finance masters program was started by Illinois Institute of Technology in 1990.
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- Academy of Financial Divorce Practitioners
- Annual Statutory Financial Statement [Agriculture]
- Appropriate Federal Financial Supervisory Agency [Banks & Banking]
- Appropriate Financial Regulator [Banks & Banking]
- Architectural or Engineering (A/E) Services
- Bridge Financial Company [Banks & Banking]
- Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection
- Chief Financial Officers Council [CFO Council]
- Community Development Financial Institution
- Community Development Financial Institutions Fund