Harnessing the Building Blocks of Economic Valuation

Exploring the Work of Nobel Laureate Robert C. Merton

Robert C. Merton used his background and skills in mathematics and engineering to expand a new theory for options pricing as part of a fundamental valuation tool that became the standard in financial markets around the world, coining the term “the Black Scholes model”. Together with the originators of the theory, Myron S. Scholes and Fischer Black, they laid the foundation that made possible the growth of the derivatives markets and provided the basis for the creation of new types of financial investments and development of economic valuation across other areas.

Holding true to Investment Management Consultants Association®’s reputation as the provider of advanced financial services education, this Masters Series interview is a sample of the type of content IMCA is well-known for providing.

Contact Us

5619 DTC Parkway, Suite 500
Greenwood Villiage , CO 80111


(855) 491-8142


Resource Library Sponsors