Membres associés

Diego Amaya, Ph.D.

Professeur de finance à l’Université Wilfrid Laurier depuis 2016. Il était au département de Finance de l’ESG depuis juin 2011, Diego Amaya travaille sur des problématiques liées à la tarification empirique d’actifs financiers, le risque de crédit et la tarification des dérivés. Il a participé à diverses conférences, notamment ceux organisés par la Financial Management Association, European Financial Management Association, Northern Financial Association et l’institut de finance mathématique de Montréal.

Diego Amaya received a master’s and PhD degree in Financial Engineering from HEC Montreal. Prior to joining Wilfrid Laurier University in 2016, he worked as an assistant professor of Finance at the University of Quebec in Montreal. His research program includes empirical asset pricing, credit risk, and derivative pricing. In recent years, his research has focused on the analysis of high frequency prices. He has presented his research in different conferences such as the Financial Management Association meetings, the European Financial Management Association meetings, the Northern Financial Association meetings, and Mathematical Finance Days.

Jean-Yves Filbien, Ph.D.

Jean-Yves Filbien est Maître de Conférences à l’école universitaire de management de l’université de Lille depuis 2016. Il était professeur de Finance à ESG UQAM depuis août 2011. Il détient un doctorat en Finance et un Master en finance de l’Université de Lille II. Il est aussi gradué de l’Université de Lille I en Sciences Économiques. Intéressé par la finance d’entreprise empirique en général, le Professeur Filbien est le coauteur de plusieurs articles de recherche publiés dans des journaux internationaux avec comités de lecture incluant le Journal of Corporate Finance. Sa recherche a été présentée sur les programmes de conférences internationales diverses, comme l’Association Française de Finance et l’European Financial Management Association. Il a aussi effectué un séjour scientifique à HEC Montréal en 2010. Le professeur Filbien est un membre de la Chaise CDPQ de Gestion de Portefeuille et le European Center for Corporate Control Studies.

Jean-Yves Filbien is a associate professor at Lille University since 2016. He worked as a finance professor at ESG UQAM. He holds a PhD in Finance and a Master degree in Finance from the University of Lille II. He is also graduated of the University of Lille I in Economics. Being interested in empirical corporate finance in general, Professor Filbien is the coauthor of several research articles published in peer-reviewed international journals including the Journal of Corporate Finance. His research has been featured on the programs of various international conferences, such as the French Finance Association and European Finance Association. He was a visiting researcher at the HEC Montréal in 2010. Professor Filbien is a member of the Chair CDPQ in Portfolio Management and the European Center for Corporate Control Studies.

  • Aoran Zhang, Ph.D. Aoran Zhang obtained his Ph.D. degree in Finance from Concordia University. Currently, he is an assistant professor in finance at Nottingham University’s Business School in England. He has published several papers in peer-reviewed journals such as Journal of Corporate Finance, Journal of Banking and Finance, and Journal of International Money and Finance. His research interests rely on empirical corporate finance, including corporate governance, corporate political connections, mergers and acquisitions, corporate innovation, and climate finance. His research also focuses on the Chinese capital market. His current research work focuses on the influence of natural disasters on corporate innovation and the relationship between political connections and financial media bias.

  • Yunfei Zhao, Ph.D. He has a Ph.D. in Finance from Concordia University, Montreal, Canada. He is involved in many research projects such as examining how natural disasters can influence banks’ capital ratio, how firms’ innovation ability can influence the performance of their IPO or SEO, how natural disasters can influence firms’ innovation ability, how sentiments in videos can influence the stock market and so on. His research interests focus on innovation ability, sustainable finance, and big data.