Webinar series with

Dr. John C. Hull 

Maple Financial Professor of Derivatives and Risk Management, Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto.

In the first lecture of the cycle that began in May, we discussed the regulatory changes the financial market is undergoing since the LIBOR's demise. In the following webinars, we will analyze the challenge of Machine Learning for the industry's digital transformation and the way in which the new XVA calculation of sensitivities will set a milestone in the management of investment portfolios.


The XVA Experience

05 December 2022

Conversation regarding the new market calculation of sensitivities and how its implementation will impact risk management in investment portfolios.

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The XVA Experience

Conversation regarding the new market calculation of sensitivities and how its implementation will
impact risk management in investment portfolios.


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The Impact of Machine Learning on Finance


These are times where the progress of Machine Learning allows that many business decisions can be delegated to the analysis that a machine performs on financial data. Therefore, it is important to understand how machine learning becomes a key point to improve and optimize the digital transformation that the financial market is undergoing.



Join us to review the first webinar 

The LIBOR Phaseout

In the first lecture given by Dr. Hull, our expert made a comprehensive analysis of LIBOR, its evolution, how the announcement of the end occurs, which are the rates (Risk Free Rates) currently replacing it, and how all the players, including Fintechs, are addressing this challenge.



Dr. John C. Hull

Maple Financial Group Professor of Derivatives and Risk Management at the Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. Dr. Hull is co-director of Rotman’s Master of Finance and Master of Financial Risk Management programs.


In addition to the University of Toronto, he has taught at York University, University of British Columbia, New York University, Cranfield University, and London Business School..

The books have been translated into many languages and are widely used in trading rooms throughout the world, as well as in the classroom.



  • “Machine Learning in Business: An Introduction to the World of Data  Science” (now in its 3rd edition).
  • “Risk Management and Financial Institutions” (5th edition).
  • “Options, Futures, and Other Derivatives” (10th edition).
  • “Fundamentals of Futures and Options Markets” (9th edition).

About VMetrix

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transformation for All


We are focused on providing digital transformation for all, through a solution that simplifies and optimizes the financial assets transactional lifecycle management, advising all kinds of organizations technologically and functionally in the management of their investment portfolios. 

We understand that today's financial industry seeks to focus its efforts on the success of its operation and avoid implementing software processes that are very extensive, cumbersome and costly in terms of infrastructure. Therefore, we change the paradigm of how financial assets are managed today. 

VMetrix is going to become a game changer, as we will be introducing to the market the first financial SaaS (Software as a Service) that comprehensively manages the investment portfolio through a world-class solution in 100% service mode. 

"From now on we are VMetrix SaaS and to move forward in our mission of being leaders in digital transformation and implementation of Worldclass technological solutions for the international financial market, we also set ourselves the goal of being a benchmark in the analysis and discussion of the issues that are trendsetting the market, from the voice of its main experts and protagonists."
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