who finished his Bachelor in Econometrics and Operations Research and Bachelor in Business Economics at FEB, has been very successful in the MSc programme he took at the prestigious London School of Economics (LSE). Graumans was awarded the Rajendra Bhansali Prize for Best Overall Performance by an MSc Risk and Stochastics Student.
He graduated this summer and received the prize from Rajendra Bhansali himself. Bhansali is graduate (BSc(Econ), 1967 and PhD, 1971) and former member of staff (1967-68) of the LSE and now Emeritus Professor of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Liverpool.
Graumans is very proud to receive the prize and says his BSc in Econometrics and Operations Research at FEB has proved to be a very solid base for the Master Risk and Stochastics.
At the moment Graumans is an intern Quantitative Research at J.P. Morgan where he works on Foreign Exchange products.
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