Salomon Center for the Study of Financial Institutions
Founded in 1972 by a grant from the partners of Salomon Brothers, the Salomon Center specializes in the study of financial institutions, including commercial banks, investment banks, managed funds and insurance companies. Recently, the Center has played an important role in the development of the new architecture of global finance and has been instrumental in the organization of several NYU Stern School book projects: Restoring Financial Stability, Regulating Wall Street, and Guaranteed to Fail: Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and the Debacle of Mortgage Finance.
The Center helps incubate several research initiatives, each directed by an NYU Stern professor.
Research Areas include Credit & Debt Markets directed by Edward I. Altman (past FMA President), The NASDAQ OMX Derivatives Research Project directed by Stephen Figlewski (Founding Editor, Journal of Derivatives), Financial Institutions, directed by Alexander Ljungqvist. and the Financial Policy Platform, directed by Matthew Richardson.
Two earlier initiatives, still affiliated with the Center, are now on their own--Corporate Governance directed by David Yermack, in the NYU Pollack Center for Law and Business and The Volatility Institute directed by Robert F. Engle (2003 Nobel Laureate in Economics).
Upcoming Conferences & Events
- A Conversation with Sir John Vickers and Paul Volcker (April 8, 2013)
- Conference on Resolution Authority and Structural Reform (April 11, 2013)
- The 3rd Annual Stern Microstructure Meeting (May 10, 2013)
- Joint NYU Stern – Federal Reserve Conference on Extracting and Understanding the Risk Neutral Probability Density from Options Prices (September 20, 2013)
- Derivatives 2013: The State of the Art: 40 Years after the Black-Scholes-Merton Model
(October 11, 2013)
- Stern Macro-Finance Conference (October 26, 2013)
- Five-Star Conference on Research in Finance (December 6, 2013)
Contact the Salomon CenterNYU Stern School of Business
44 West 4th Street, Suite 9-160
New York, NY 10012
Tel: (212) 998 0700
Fax: (212) 995 4220