Dr Gareth W. Peters

"In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer."
- Albert Camus

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  • Handbook of Operational Risk in Wiley Series:
Operational Risk Handbook Vol. 1 & 2:

Front Cover  book 2 front cover
Volume 1 and Volume 2 of the Hanbooks of Operational Risk (Available!)

  • Third International ISM-UCL Workshop on Spatial and Temporal Modelling (STM2015) will take place in Tokyo, Japan at the Institute of Statistical Mathematics, July 13- July 17   (Poster session spaces are available and attendance is free with registration).
  • Operational Risk Course to run at UCL Statistics Department Term 2 2015/2016+  STAT3022: "Quantitative Modelling of Operational Risk and Insurance Analytics"
    Part of Financial Risk Masters and designed to provided Quantitative Modelling to complement the course COMPM007 - Operational Risk Measurement for Financial Institutions.

E-mail:   garethpeters78@gmail.com
Department Address:      Department of Statistical Science,
University College London (UCL),
London, WC1E 6BT, UK.
Office Number:   1-19 Torrington Place, Room 125  (UCL)
Telephone:   +44 20 7679 1238
Mobile:   074 2311 0966
Research Affiliations  
  1. Lecturer (Assistant Professor): Department of Statistical Science and Principle Investigator in  CSML , University College London (UCL)

  2. Co-founder: QRSLab - University College London (UCL)

  3. Adjunct Scientist: Mathematics, Informatics and Statistics, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) - Australia.

  4. Academic Member: UK PhD Center in Financial Computing (UCL);

  5. Associate Member Oxford-Man Institute: Oxford University;

  6. Associate Member Systemic Risk Center: London School of Economics;

  7. Visiting Prof. Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Tokyo, Japan

Membership of Societies
  1. International Society of Bayesian Analysis (ISBA)

"The struggle itself towards the heights is enough to fill a man's heart."  - Albert Camus