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Congratulations to the joint winners of the SIRCA Best Paper Award from the 28th Annual Australasian Finance & Banking Conference (AFBC). The winning papers were: “Price Discovery in Stock and Options Markets” by Vinay Patel (University of Technology, Sydney), Tālis … Continue reading
Students from Beijing Normal University recently visited SIRCA to understand more about the financial datasets that SIRCA provides to the academic community. The elite group of students were in Australia as part of a short summer programme held at the … Continue reading
Congratulations to the joint winners of the SIRCA Best Paper Award from the 28th Annual Australasian Finance & Banking Conference (AFBC). The winning papers were:
“Price Discovery in Stock and Options Markets” by Vinay Patel (University of Technology, Sydney), Tālis Putniņš (University of Technology, Sydney), David Michayluk (University of Technology, Sydney) and Sean Foley (University of Sydney)
“Communicating Stability in the Financial System: On the Causal Effects of Transparency on Growth” by Robert Faff (University of Queensland), Shams Pathan (University of Queensland) and Natalya Zelenyuk (University of Queensland).
Congratulations on this well deserved recognition from UNSW and the AFBC. We look forward to reading your future research papers.
The Call For Papers has now closed for SIRCA’s Pitching Research Symposium (PRS) 2016.
The PRS will be held on Friday 26 February, 2016 at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS).
Thank you to all researchers who submitted pitch papers for consideration. The papers are now under review and we will be notifying all candidates shortly of the outcome.
More details on this Symposium are available here.
CALL FOR PAPERS: New FIRN – UTS Market Microstructure Research Group Meeting April 7-8, 2016
Submission deadline: January 20, 2016
The Financial Research Network (FIRN) and the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) are holding a Market Microstructure Meeting on April 7-8, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. The theme of the Meeting is “Market Microstructure: Where are we headed?” covering recent developments in the field and forward-looking perspectives. The Meeting format will include several paper presentations and discussions, a panel discussion, and a social function. The panel discussion theme is “Market microstructure in the high frequency era”, featuring lead panellist Maureen O’Hara (Cornell University and University of Technology Sydney) and panellists Ekkehart Boehmer (Singapore Management University), Austin Gerig (United States Securities and Exchange Commission), and Joseph Barbara (Australian Securities and Investments Commission).
The Meeting invites submission of full papers on any current theme in market microstructure. Discussants will be provided for all papers. Presenters will be notified by January 29, 2016. There are no fees to submit or present at the conference. Presenters of accepted papers will receive a substantial contribution to the costs of travel and accommodation. Paper presenters do not have to discuss any papers.
Please send paper submissions to the Meeting Chair: Talis Putnins at Talis.Putnins@uts.edu.au.
SIRCA is pleased to be participating in the AFBC event this week at the Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney. We are sponsoring a Best Paper Award (winners to be announced at the Thursday evening gala dinner) and our team will be at the exhibit area to meet with our Members and answer any questions you may have.
The AFBC event is the most prestigious finance conference in the Asia-Pacific region, and brings together the world’s foremost thought leaders from the financial community.
Please see the conference website for more details.
The SIRCA team look forward to seeing you there!
SIRCA wishes to inform our Members that we will be retiring the Global News product (currently available through the SIRCA portal); access will be discontinued on 21 December 2015.
Should you have suggestions about the provision of other datasets, please email these to: email@example.com. Additionally, should you have any questions regarding the retirement of this product, please email us on: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your understanding.
This is a reminder the call for papers are still open for paper submission to be considered for the Pitching Research Symposium held on Friday 26 February, 2016 at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS). Please email submissions to email@example.com.
The University of Queensland are sponsoring a $1,000 prize for the overall best pitch of the symposium, and CoreLogic are sponsoring a $500 prize for the best pitch utilising CoreLogic RP Data as provided by SIRCA.
More details on this symposium are available here.
The submission deadline is 12 noon Monday 25 January, 2016.
From November 25, Chi-X added warrants to their system. Due to this change there will be a delay in the November data update being released to our Members via our Data Library.
We apologise for this delay and will confirm when this data becomes available.