Noël Amenc has announced his resignation as director of EDHEC-Risk Institute.He will be replaced by Lionel Martellini, the current scientific director of the institute.Amenc, who is also a professor at EDHEC Business School, has led the EDHEC-Risk Institute since 2001, overseeing its expansion and efforts to become a leader in financial research, particularly smart beta.He has now resigned to focus on his role as chief executive at ERI Scientific Beta, the institute’s initiative to put its research on smart beta into practice. Amenc will also continue to grow the institute’s presence in Singapore, EDHEC-Risk Institute Asia, which focuses on infrastructure financing and investment.His research achievements are found primarily in the fields of quantitative equity management, portfolio performance analysis and active asset allocation.Amenc was also appointed to the Consultative Working Group of the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) Financial Innovation Standing Committee.
Published on February 26, 2017 at 3:17 pm Contact Billy: email@example.com | @Wheyen3 Syracuse (2-6, 0-2 Atlantic Coast) fell, 5-2, Sunday afternoon at Boston College (6-4, 1-1). SU has now lost six of seven.Gabriela Knutson and Miranda Ramirez revitalized their first doubles partnership for Syracuse. They won 6-3 over Dasha Possokhova and Kylie Wilcox, but that was SU’s only doubles win. In third doubles, Asiya Dair and Jackie Urbinati defeated Syracuse’s Anna Shkudun and Maria Tritou, 6-1. Boston College clinched the doubles point by winning in second doubles, with Lexi Borr and Emily Safron defeating Dina Hegab and Nicole Mitchell, 6-2, to give BC an early 1-0 lead.Shkudun played first singles for the second match in a row for the Orange, losing to BC’s Dair, 6-3, 6-0. Tritou lost next, winning her first set but dropping the next two to Wilcox in fourth singles, 6-2, 5-7, 2-6.Knutson won her first set 7-5, but dropped the next two, 6-7 and 4-6, to lose to Borr in second singles. Safron defeated Syracuse’s Hegab in straight sets in fifth singles, 6-0, 6-4. Libi Mesh won her sixth singles match over Jackie Urbinati in a tiebreaker, after the result of the full match had already been decided.Ramirez continued her winning streak in singles for Syracuse. She last lost in SU’s second match of the season, when they played Columbia. Since then, she rattled off five singles wins in a row, a streak broken up only by an abandonment of her match against Denver. Sunday, Ramirez beat Possokhova of BC, 7-5, 7-5.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse hosts Pittsburgh (2-3, 0-2) on Friday at Drumlins Country Club. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+