I earned my master's in statistics at the same institution as I received my statistics degree from Hacettepe University. By writing my master's thesis on "Calculation of Value at Risk using Generalized Hyperbolic Distributions," I made my initial inroads into the financial industry. At the Department of Statistics at Dokuz Eylül University, I'm continuing my doctoral studies in "Actuarial Computations, Time Series Analysis, Computational Statistics and Machine Learning". My expertise in modeling market and investor behaviors using machine learning and statistical techniques, as well as in detecting market and financial crimes and market abuse actions defined within the scope of the Capital Markets Law and MASAK legislation, began in 2008 at the Futures and Options Exchange Surveillance Department. I have worked in banking for the past 12 years. I kept getting better at managing risk, managing portfolios, growing my firm, using data analytics, and making strategic decisions. I conducted trainings on risk management, pricing of derivatives, financial engineering, data analytics, statistics, and machine learning during this process.
I took this position to share with you my expertise and experience in the banking industry, capital and commodities markets, as well as academic life, and to assist you in making the best career plans possible.