In a financial industry rapidly changing as a result of new advances in data and analytics, Stevens leverages its institutional strengths in business, technology and finance to perform innovative research and teaching that meets evolving market needs on Wall Street while advancing knowledge in financial systems and analytics.

A group of four students works at a Bloomberg terminal in the Hanlon lab at Stevens.
Technology in the Hanlon lab facilities gives students hands-on experience with the tools creating constant change in finance.

The Hanlon Financial Systems Center aims to fulfill its mission by:

  • Studying and understanding the complex, constantly evolving global financial system that underpins modern society.
  • Becoming a showcase for Stevens’ thought leadership in finance and financial systems, by supporting faculty research; providing access to data, tools and technology; organizing conferences; and assisting faculty in obtaining research funding.
  • Focusing Stevens’ strategic initiatives in finance and financial systems, providing a platform for interdisciplinary faculty cooperation, research and curriculum development.
  • Establishing a single point of contact to nurture relationships with businesses in the financial industry. Supporting academic instruction in finance and financial systems across the Stevens ecosystem.

The Hanlon Financial Systems Center Vision 

To be a focal point in academia and industry for research of finance technology and financial systems, and their applications in business.