Patrick Augustin

Author: Patrick Augustin

Publication: Journal of Monetary Economics, Forthcoming

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Published on: 6 Apr 2018

Authors: Patrick Augustin, Hamid Boustanifar, Johannes Breckenfelder and Jan Schinitzler

Publication: Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Forthcoming

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Published on: 19 Jan 2018

Congratulations to Desautels undergraduate students: Evan Coulter, Valentyn Litvin, Meagan Prins, and Marina Simonian who won the top prize at the prestigious PRMIA International Risk Management Challenge- marking a second consecutive victory for the Faculty at this competition.

Classified as: finance, Patrick Augustin, Sebastien Betermier, Bachelor of Commerce (BCom), Evan Zhou, Sean Maislin
Published on: 12 Apr 2017

Congratulations to Desautels BCom students Evan Coulter, Valentyn Litvin, Meagan Prins, and Marina Simonian for winning the PRMIA Risk Management Challenge, marking a third consecutive victory for the Faculty. The team will advance to the International Risk Management Challenge in London, UK on April 7th, 2017 for a chance to win the grand prize of $10,000 USD.

Classified as: finance, Patrick Augustin, Sebastien Betermier, Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)
Published on: 3 Mar 2017

Authors: Vallee, B.,  Augustin, P.,  Rich, P.

Publications: Harvard Business Publishing 

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Published on: 8 Feb 2017

A few years ago, Preet Bharara, the U.S. Attorney of the Southern District of New York, proclaimed that insider trading is “rampant” in U.S. securities markets, a quote well known to followers of financial markets and securities law. [1] Increased efforts by the U.S. department of Justice (DoJ) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) have been met with both success and failure. The admission of guilt in the insider indictment of SAC Capital, the well-known hedge fund, can certainly be counted as a victory. In contrast, the case United States vs.

Classified as: Patrick Augustin
Published on: 1 Dec 2016

Authors: Augustin, P., Tédongap, R.

Publication: Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Vol. 51, No. 2, 2016

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Published on: 8 Aug 2016

Detecting Informed Trading in Illiquid Option Markets

Researchers: Augustin, P., Grass, G., and Subrahmanyam, M. G.

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Published on: 6 May 2016

This research grant is awarded jointly to Patrick Augustin (Desautels), Gunnar Grass (HEC Montreal), Marti G. Subrahmanyam, Charles E. Merril (New York Stern School of Business)

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Published on: 8 Apr 2016

Studies in this week’s Hutchins Roundup find that macroprudential policies that target the cost of bank capital are the most effective way to contain housing booms, bonus depreciation has a significant impact on investment, and more.

Classified as: Patrick Augustin
Published on: 22 Jan 2016

AuthorsAugustin, P., Subrahmanyam, M. G., Tang, D. Y., and Wang, S. Q.

Publications: Annual Review of Financial Economics

Classified as: finance, Patrick Augustin, Asset pricing, credit risk
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Published on: 16 Oct 2015

Professor Patrick Augustin wins Best Paper on Empirical Finance at the 2015 Northern Finance Association Annual Meeting for his paper "Informed Options Trading prior to M&A Announcements: Insider Trading?" with co-authors Menachem Brenner and Marti G. Subrahmanyam.

Classified as: Patrick Augustin, insider trading, empirical finance
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Published on: 25 Sep 2015

Authors: Augustin, P., Brenner, M., and Subrahmanyam, M. G. 

Publications: Social Science Research Network

Classified as: Patrick Augustin, Insider Training, M&A
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Published on: 23 Sep 2015

Authors: Patrick Augustin, Jianfeng Hu, Menachem Brenner and Marti Subrahmanyam

Publication: The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation

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Classified as: Patrick Augustin, Harvard law
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Published on: 2 Apr 2015

Over the past year, a record 266 companies have spun off divisions in a trend bankers are calling “Spinmania.” If history is any guide, about 35 of those deals will have leaked undetected to inside traders.

A new study by a team of finance professors suggests one in eight corporate spinoffs and divestments in the U.S. between 1996 and the end of 2013 was preceded by suspicious trading in options markets. The Securities and Exchange Commission hasn’t brought a single case relating to such trading then or since, according to the report, due to be published later this month. 

Classified as: finance, Desmarais Global Finance Research Centre, Patrick Augustin, insider trading, Bloomberg Business
Published on: 16 Mar 2015

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