{ "instructor":{ "current position":[ ], "education":[ "B.Bus.Sc (Finance), University of Cape Town", "B.Com (Economics, Hons), University of Cape Town ", "PhD (Economics), Simon Fraser University" ], "expertise":[ "Asset Pricing", "Fixed Income", "Credit Risk", "Market Risk", "Financial Mathematics" ], "publications":[ "Securitization, Loan Modification and the Supply of Subprime Mortgage Credit in the US, Risk Governance and Control: Financial Markets and Institutions, Vol.3, Issue 3-1, 2013.", "Insurers and Credit Derivatives, Derivatives Week, November, 2002.", "Credit Risk Equivalent Exposure: Some New Thoughts, (with R. Jones), Risk, September 2002.", "Does Money Supply Endogeneity Matter? A Comment, (with J. Whittaker), South African Journal of Economics, Vol. 57, No. 2, 1989.", "Why does the Reserve Bank set the Interest Rate? (with J. Whittaker), South African Journal of Economics, Vol. 55, No. 1, 1987." ], "name":"Anton Theunissen", "past positions":"Anton\u2019s professional experience includes positions at Swiss Re (Managing Director, Head of Market Risk), Chubb Financial Solutions (Executive Vice President, Head of Financial Products), American International Group (Vice President, Risk Finance) and Wells Fargo Bank (Manager, Management Sciences Group). He served as a consultant to Standard and Poor\u2019s (Structured Finance Ratings), where he developed statistical risk models for CDOs of RMBS. From 2006 through 2013, Anton held the position of Adjunct Professor and Executive in Residence at the Segal Graduate School of Business at Simon Fraser University. He has lectured at IESE Business School (New York), British Columbia Institute of Technology, University of Cape Town and University of the Western Cape.", "short desc":"Anton has twelve years of financial services experience and more than 10 years of academic experience, teaching finance, economics and mathematics to graduate and undergraduate students. His research interests include the effects of securitization and rational default behavior on mortgage credit extension." } }