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Umberto Cherubini

Adjunct Professor, Master of Arts in Global Risk Program


Associate Professor of Financial Mathematics, University of Bologna. Professor Cherubini studied at the "Cesare Alfieri" Social Sciences Institute of the University of Florence and New York University. He worked at the Economics Research Department at BCI Milan (COMIT) before moving to academia in 1998. Since then he has taught financial mathematics and risk management at the University of Bologna, where he currently directs the graduate program in Quantitative Finance. He has been a member of the Scientific Committee of AIFIRM (the Italian Association of Financial Risk Professionals) and of Abiformazione (the education branch of the Italian Banking Association). Cherubini has lectured extensively on risk management topics at in-house courses in Italy (Bank of Italy, CONSOB), and abroad. Cherubini carries out consulting work for Italian city councils on the use and valuation of financial derivatives. He is the author of 8 books and approximately 50 papers in economics, financial mathematics and risk management. His field of expertise is copula functions, and his contribution to this research has been recognized at the international level.



  • Risk Analysis and Modeling


  • Italian