About us

Norddine Bennani

Norddine Bennani has more than 10 years experience in quantitative analytics, working in the Front Office department of major investment banks.

He was Head of Quantitative Analytics – Credit Structured Products at Barclays Capital before joining the Correlation Trading desk at Deutsche Bank.

His primary focus has been on Credit Derivatives. He has been involved in large scale projects, from developing new pricing and risk frameworks to the implementation of trading and risk systems. He has first hand experience of risk and regulatory capital management of a large credit portfolio.

Norddine Bennani has published a number of working papers on credit derivatives modelling and risk management techniques. He has been presenting at various conferences on quantitative analytics and risk management.

He graduated from the Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l’Administration Economique (ENSAE, Paris), holds a Master in Probability Applied to Finance from the University of Paris VI and is a Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA).

Dominique Marchal

Dominique Marchal has more than 10 years experience in risk management and macroeconomic analysis, working in the fund industry, commercial banks  and in the Eurosystem of central banks.

He was Head of Assets and Liabilities Management for a subsidiary of the French Groupe des Caisses d’Epargne, then Head of UCITS III risk management solutions at CACEIS Bank, before joining the Banque centrale du Luxembourg, in charge of Credit Risk analysis.

Dominique Marchal has been in charge of several projects and has developed expertise in a wide range of key risk management areas, from market, credit, liquidity and operational risk to performance analysis and ALM, in both the investment funds and the banking industry.

He is a lecturer in risk management and econometrics at the Universities of Strasbourg and Metz. He is a member of ALFI and participates in the working groups on market risk and risk management for Alternative investment Funds.

He graduated as statistician-economist from the ENSAE, holds a Master from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Strasbourg, and is a Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA).