JCR 10 2 authors

The Journal of Credit Risk

Volume 10, Issue 2


Dror Parnes

Dror Parnes, Ph.D. is currently an Assistant Professor of Finance at the University of South Florida. Parnes generally teaches principles courses and advanced classes in Investment, both at the undergraduate and graduate levels as well as Theory of Finance for doctoral students. His research focuses on theoretical yet practical models and empirical analyses of diverse credit risk, bankruptcy risk, operational risk, bank failure risk, and systematic risk issues. Thus far, Parnes has published thirty different articles in these fields in various academic and applied journals. Parnes has further presented his work at numerous academic conferences and has been acknowledged for assisting authors writing several textbooks. Parnes completed his Ph.D. studies at Baruch College in 2006, the senior business college of the City University of New York. He also holds a M.S degree in Finance from Baruch College, and a B.Sc. in Statistics, Operations Research, and Computer Science from Tel Aviv University, Israel. Parnes' professional experience includes work as a software engineer, a research analyst, and a portfolio manager.




Rudi Zagst

Rudi Zagst is Professor of Mathematical Finance, Director of the Center of Mathematics and Head of the Chair of Mathematical Finance at Technische Universität München (TUM), Germany. He is also President of risklab GmbH, a German-based consulting company offering advanced asset management solutions. He is a consultant and a professional trainer to a number of leading institutions. His current research interests are in financial engineering, risk and asset management.




Johannes Hauptmann

Johannes Hauptmann is CEO and Co-Founder of anevis solutions GmbH, a German-based consulting company focusing on individualised and automatic reporting services for financial institutions. He completed his Masters of Science with honours in the Finance & Information Management Elite Program at Technische Universität München (TUM) and since then is involved in research in the fields of credit risk and asset management.


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