19 March 1945|
|Institutions||London School of Economics
Imperial College London
|Doctoral advisor||D.G. Kendall|
Bingham is married to Cecilie (m. 1980). They have 3 children: James (1982), Ruth (1985), and Tom (1993).
Education and career
After undergraduate studies in mathematics at Trinity College at the University of Oxford where he achieved a first class honours degree, he was a research student at Churchill College, University of Cambridge, where he obtained his PhD in 1969 under the supervision of David George Kendall. In 1996 he also obtained a ScD from the University of Cambridge.
He serves as Associate Editor of Expositiones Mathematicae and Obituaries Editor of the London Mathematical Society.
With C.M. Goldie and J.L. Teugels, Bingham wrote the book Regular Variation; with Rüdiger Kiesel Risk-neutral Valuation: Pricing and Hedging of Financial Derivatives; with J. M. Fry Regression.
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