Dr. Bouriaux has been teaching at ISU since 1999. Her expertise in the investment and derivatives fields, results directly from her prior professional experience at the Chicago Board of Trade, where she was first the manager of the financial instruments R&D team, and subsequently Director of Strategy. Ms. Bouriaux is teaching Investments and Derivatives courses at both the undergraduate and MBA level.
Bouriaux's research interests include fixed-income and derivative markets, and the convergence in financial and insurance services. Her more recent research papers investigate issues related to insurance securitization.
Ph.D., University of Paris (France) M.A., University of Chicago B.A, University of Clermont-Ferrand
Bouriaux, Sylvie and Richard MacMinn, 2009; “Securitization of Catastrophe Risks: New Developments in Insurance-Linked Securities and Derivatives”, Journal of Insurance Issues, Vol. 32, No 1.
Bouriaux, Sylvie and Michael J. Tomas, 2009: “Use of Interest Rate Derivatives by U.S. Based Domestic and Global Mutual Funds”, Journal of Management Research, Vol.1, No 2.