Antón, Miguel

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  How Big Data, AI and Blockchain Are Changing Finance

Giné, Mireia; Antón, Miguel The marriage of finance and technology has given rise to new players that are transforming the financial industry. IESE's Mireia Giné and Miguel Antón show how pioneering fintech business models can afford greater speed and efficiency, personalization, automation and easier access, while reducing many of the problems that have long plagued traditional financial exchanges. Read article

  Excessive CEO Pay? Common Shareholders May Be to Blame

Antón, Miguel; Ederer, Florian; Giné, Mireia; Schmalz, Martin C. Clinton and Trump agree on one issue: today's CEOs make too much money. CEO salaries are ballooning even where business is far from booming. New research by IESE's Miguel Antón and Mireia Giné offers compelling evidence that common ownership deserves some of the blame. Their research also indicates that the bloated-CEO-pay problem will get worse if left unchecked. Read article

  Connect the Stocks

Antón, Miguel; Polk, Christopher Miguel Antón and Christopher Polk connect stocks based on their common mutual fund owners. Why? Because pairs of stocks connected by ownership tend to move in the same direction in trading -- beyond what can be explained by shared fundamentals. Understanding this yields a promising trading strategy, the authors explain. Read article

  Good for One, Bad for All: Watching Out for Systemic Risk

López Espinosa, G.; Rubia, Antonio; Valderrama, Laura; Antón, Miguel The global financial crisis has triggered new regulatory policies to stabilize the banking sector, such as those outlined in the Basel III framework. However, policies that help individual banks remain solvent can rock the overall financial system. IESE's Miguel Antón and co-authors identify moves that could be "good for one but bad for all" in their article on individual versus systemic risk. Read article

  Why Credit-Default Swaps Can Be Misleading to Investors

Antón, Miguel Credit-default swaps are often used to gauge the financial health of a country. However, the quoted rates for these sovereign swaps are influenced by more than just a country's risk profile, as IESE's Miguel Antón and co-authors show in their study, "Dealing with Dealers," which won the 2013 UAM-Accenture award. Read article
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