2018 Summer research internships programme in Financial and Actuarial Mathematics
A group of around 50 Year 2 and 3 undergraduate students in Financial and Actuarial Mathematics have commenced a 6 week summer internship programme working on 11 different projects in conjunction with local and international businesses and in collaboration with a number of our partner universities.
- Calculating compensation for loss of future earnings
- Assumptions of the USS valuation: are they feasible?
- Double-debt problem (in collaboration with partners in Japan)
- Car insurance in Egypt (in collaboration with partners in Egypt)
- Probability of default (in collaboration with a microfinance company in Ghana and AIMS (African Institute of Mathematical Sciences)- Ghana.
Four Ghanaian graduate students from AIMS will join our team in Liverpool for this project)
- Credit scoring
- Analysis of Social Security Systems in China
- Triangle-free reserving
- Automobile insurance and claim severities (in collaboration with partners in Brazil)
- Traffic flows (in conjunction with Eddie Stobart)
- Profitability matrix (in conjunction with Eddie Stobart)
The internship programme commenced on June 4th and will end on July 12th with a workshop at the University of Liverpool London campus.