Partnerships Last modification: 10/19/2022 Over the years, the ILB Group has established several partnerships with private organisations and companies, as well as public institutions. https://executive-education.dauphine.psl.eu/formations/certificat/finance-decentralisee In 2022, the ILB entered into a partnership with Dauphine Executive Education, the continuing education arm of the University of Paris Dauphine-PSL. This partnership consists of the creation and launch (2 February 2023) of a Decentralised Finance Certificate (DeFi). The aim of the latter is to meet the growing need for recruitment and training in decentralised finance around blockchain technologies. https://challengedata.ens.fr The Challenge Data organises data analysis projects, from companies, research laboratories or public services, for teaching and research in many universities and schools in France and abroad. The data challenges are organised on the Challenge Data Platform hosted by the ENS, directed by Stéphane Mallat, Professor at the Collège de France, in co-management with the ILB Data Lab. https://psl.eu/en The ILB has formed a partnership in 2020 with the PSL University in order to carry out shared projects, particularly on digital and environmental themes. The ILB and the PSL University are thus pooling their resources within the framework of actions to promote and develop research excellence: research programmes, publications, events and seminars. https://group.bnpparibas/en/ The ILB and BNP Paribas have formed a partnership, with the aim of organizing a series of conferences titled “Conversations A\Venir”. On these occasions, various individuals come to observe, comment and answer the questions from the younger generation on technological, scientific, social, societal and environmental developments – which are at the heart of the changes taking place in today’s world and that of tomorrow. https://www.laplace-fintech.com/?lng=en Launched on 9 April 2018, La Place aims to be the meeting point for Paris’s actors in financial innovation, especially fintechs. Located on the second floor of the legendary Palais Brongniart, which was the site of the Paris Stock Exchange for more than 150 years, La Place is a new 400-square-metre venue designed to foster financial innovation and showcase the French capital. Financed by Generali France and Crédit Agricole, the founding members of this initiative included Bpifrance, the Finance Innovation Pole, the ILB and Paris Europlace. As a partner of La Place, the ILB organizes a monthly morning with a presentation by a researcher from the Louis Bachelier Network. https://www.banque-france.fr/en Over the last few years, the ILB and the Banque de France have been organizing joint scientific events. Since then, a many such events took place: especially the 5th edition of a conference, titled “Green Finance Research Advances”, which took place online on December 9. https://www.kearney.com This consulting firm and the ILB signed a partnership in 2018 to promote academic research among Kearney’s associates and clients. The partnership has given rise to two conferences: such as "Artificial Intelligence and Growth", or on the continued ultra-low interest rates https://swave.parisandco.com Swave is an innovation platform for fintech/insurtech based at the Grande Arche de la Defense and set up by the Prefecture of Hauts-de-Seine. This incubator, managed by Paris & Co, hosted its first start-up promotion in early 2018 and was officially inaugurated on 5 February 2018. In addition to the financing partners (Société Générale – first of the founding members –, NewAlpha AM, Crédit Municipal de Paris, Exton Consulting, Matmut, Mastercard, AG2R LA MONDIALE), Swave also has academic partnerships with Paris-Dauphine University and the ILB. In this capacity, the ILB helps to select fintechs for future incubation and helps develop their businesses. https://www.turing.ac.uk/ A partnership with the Turing Institute has been concluded. This British institute was created in 2015 by a consortium of English universities to join their applied AI research efforts. It has very recently opened a section on applications to finance, which joins the ILB's FaIR programme. In this framework, Charles-Albert Lehalle represented FaIR at the conference "AI ethics in the financial sector" on 16 and 17 July 2019 in London. https://pledg.co/en/ Pledg is an online deferred and fractional payment start-up that emerged from the first Swave class. In partnership with the fintech, the ILB DataLab has designed two credit models: summer 2020, a first default risk prediction model put into production at the end of last year; early 2021, a second default risk prediction model on bank account data. In March 2021, Pledg received a €80 million package, including €65 million in debt, to continue its development. Associated partnerships https://dauphine.psl.eu/en/research/chairs-and-research-initiatives/women-and-science-chair The Women and Science chair at Université Paris Dauphine-PSL, created with the support of the L’Oréal Foundation, the Generali Foundation, La Poste, and the Talan Group, seeks to mobilize and develop interdisciplinary approaches to analyze the causes and consequences of the underrepresentation of women in scientific research and professions.