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Thorsten Beck

Thorsten Beck joined the Faculty of Finance in September 2013 as professor of banking and finance. Since 2008 he has been professor of economics at Tilburg University in the Netherlands and was the founding chair of the European Banking Center from 2008 to 2013. He is also a research fellow of the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR).
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Alessandro Beber

Alessandro Beber is a Professor in Finance. Prior to joining Cass, Alessandro held teaching and research positions at several universities, including Amsterdam Business School, HEC Lausanne, the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Columbia University GSB, and the London Business School
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Giovanni Cespa

Giovanni Cespa is Reader in Finance at Cass Business School, London since 2010. He did his PhD in Economics at UAB, Barcelona. He has previously held positions at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Universita di Salerno, and Queen Mary University of London. His research interests include financial economics and the regulation of financial markets. He is a CEPR Research Affiliate.
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Giacinta Cestone

Giacinta Cestone obtained a PhD in Economics from the University of Toulouse (France). She has previously held research and teaching positions in various institutions such as the Institute for Economic Analysis (IAE, Barcelona), the University of Salerno (Italy) and Queen Mary, University of London. Her research interests are in the areas of Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance, and Industrial Organization.
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Andrew Clare

Professor Andrew Clare is the Professor of Asset Management at Cass Business School and the Associate Dean responsible for Cass’s MSc programme, which is the largest in Europe. He was a Senior Research Manager in the Monetary Analysis wing of the Bank of England which supported the work of the Monetary Policy Committee.
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Peter Hahn

Pete Hahn teaches finance, corporate finance, and banking subjects to undergraduates, MBAs, and executives. He joined Cass in 2004 as PhD candidate (completed in 2008) after more than a 20 year career in banking.
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Meziane Lasfer

Meziane Lasfer won a scholarship towards a master’s degree and followed this up with accounting and corporate finance qualifications from the LSE and University of Bath. He joined the Business School in 1990. He has written extensively on Corporate Finance, Capital Markets and Corporate Governance issues. His research is widely reported in the financial press.
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Nicholas Motson

Dr Nick Motson holds a BSc from City University Business School, an MSc from London Business School and a PhD from Cass Business School. Nick joined the faculty of finance at Cass in 2008 following a 13 year career as a proprietary trader of interest rate derivatives in the City of London for various banks.
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Anthnoy Neuberger

Anthony Neuberger read Mathematics and Philosophy at Trinity College, Cambridge where he was a Senior Scholar. He was appointed to the Central Policy Review Staff in the Cabinet Office under Lord Rothschild, and moved to a permanent position at the Department of Energy.
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Rich Payne

Richard Payne holds a PhD in Economics from the London School of Economics and has worked at the LSE, the University of Bristol and Warwick Business School. He has also worked in the asset management industry and actively consults for industry clients.
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Jose Luis Peydro

Professor Jose Luis Peydro Alcalde – Professor of Banking and Finance.
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Kate Phylaktis

Prior to joining the City University Business School, Kate Phylaktis worked at the International Monetary Research Project at the London School of Economics and at the Economics Office of the National Commercial Banking Group (now Royal Bank of Scotland). She has published extensively in the fields of foreign exchange markets, financial markets and financial structures with specific reference to emerging markets.
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Enrique Schroth

Enrique Schroth joined Cass in 2012 as a Reader in Finance. Previously, he held research and teaching positions at the Amsterdam Business School and HEC Lausanne. He received his PhD and MA in Economics from New York University. His current research focuses on the valuation of the illiquidity risk of controlling stakes and on the determinants of bank runs and financial fragility.
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Paolo Volpin

Professor Paolo Volpin is a Research Fellow of the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), and a Research Associate of the European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI). Prior to joining Cass Business School, he was an Associate Professor of Finance at the London Business School. He is an Associate Editor of the Review of Finance and a Director of the European Finance Association.
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