I help participants understand the managerial relevance of finance and how to solve complicated financial business cases.
Dennis’ research is conducted with international colleagues, He worked with faculty on working papers for International Center for Finance at Yale School of Management, EDHEC-Risk Institute, and Princeton Department of Economics. Furrthermore, he teaches corporate finance at institutions in South-Africa, Denmark, Russia and Mumbai.
My main hobby is hanging out with my daughters (born September 2007 and 2011), closely followed by my love of hockey!
1. Fabozzi, F.J., Nawas, M. & D. Vink (2017). Exploring rating shopping for European triple A senior structured finance securities. Finance Research Letters, (February), 1-5. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.frl.2016.08.013
2. Fabozzi, F.J., & Vink, D. (2015). The information content of three credit ratings : The case of European residential mortgage-backed securities. European Journal of Finance, 21(3), 172-194. https://doi.org//10.1080/1351847X.2013.862838. Lead article.
3. Fabozzi, F.J., & Vink, D. (2012). Determinants of primary market spreads on U.K. RMBS and it’s implications for investor reliance on credit ratings. The Journal of Fixed Income, 21(3), 7-14. https://doi.org/10.3905/jfi.2012.21.3.007. Lead article.
4. Fabozzi, F.J., & Vink, D. (2012). Looking beyond credit ratings : Factors investors consider In pricing European asset-backed securities. European Financial Management, 18(4), 515-542. https://doi.org/0.1111/j.1468-036X.2010.00577.x
5. Vink, D. & M. Vredendaal (2018). Basic Concepts of Finance: From Bookvalue to Market Value. VCFC. ISBN 9789082929607.