Have you ever wondered how the numbers to book for financial instruments are calculated? “Financial accounting” gives you the answer from a mathematical, financial, and technological...
Arne E. Jørgensen
Arne E. Jørgensen has a M.Sc. in structural and civil engineering from the Technical University of Denmark. He also holds a Graduate diploma in Finance from Copenhagen Business School. For more than 30 years, Arne E. Jørgensen worked at SimCorp A/S (1988 to his retirement in 2021). From 2002 he was responsible for system’s accounting strategy and accounting functionality. Moreover, he was involved in the internal accounting education of SimCorp’s consultants and developers, both the curriculum and a part of the actual teaching. Arne E. Jørgensen has worked with clients all over Europe, North America, Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong and Mumbai. Prior to his career at SimCorp A/S, Arne E. Jørgensen worked in the structural department at Carl Bro A/S (now part of Sweco) and with software development at Københavns Handelsbank (now part of Danske Bank).
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Accounting for financial instruments, where do the numbers come from?
16/12 2021 | Samfundslitteratur