David Veredas is Full Professor at Vlerick Business School. For more than 20 years he has developed teaching and research expertise in financial markets and insurance (in particular in financial risks and vast dimensional and complex financial systems). His knowledge ranges from regulation of the financial service industry to mathematical finance, which he uses for both teaching and research. Indeed, he publishes regularly in international peer-review journals on these topics.

Professor David Veredas teaches an array of finance-related courses (options, financial institutions and instruments, and insurance among others) for Masters and Executive Education. He teaches (or he has taught) at the University of Paris IX Dauphine, Cass Business School (London), Queen Mary University of London, the Duisenberg School of Finance (Amsterdam), the Swiss Banking Institute (Zurich), and the New Economic School (Moscow) among others. Moreover he has trained (or he trains) 12 PhD students and 6 post-docs so far. He holds a BA in Economics, a BA in Statistics from University Carlos III de Madrid, a MA and a PhD in Economics from the Université Catholique de Louvain.

Professor David Veredas is a founding member of the Society for Financial Econometrics (based at Stern School of Business in New York) and an elected member of the European Shadow Financial Regulatory Committee. Among other research visits, he spent one semester at NYU Stern School of Business. Professor David Veredas is a usual writer of policy documents and opinion pieces in general public newspapers.


Expert in
Financiële markten
Risk Management
Quantitative Finance