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academic community

Academic Community

The Academic Community is the intellectual capital of The London Institute of Banking & Finance and consists of a unique cluster of academics and industry professionals who develop and disseminate impactful thought leadership and deliver innovative education and training of banking and finance subjects.

Our leading edge derives from active participation in a wider banking and finance community through a combination of employment, consulting, involvement in professional organisations, scholarly writing, and joining government forums, which contribute to the advancement of thought leadership and inform policy in their specialist fields.

Our higher education programmes are delivered in small lectures introducing theory and supported with illustrations of practice. This is fundamental to our academic community adding personal and practical experience to texts, readings and preparations helping our students frame the business and market questions of tomorrow.

                                   

                          Dr-Claire-McCafferty
                                   
                                                     Dr Claire McCafferty
                                               Director of Studies

Faculty

With strong backgrounds in academia, industry and teaching providing the best academic support, our Faculty combine thought leadership and experience to deliver state-of-the art modules and prepare our students to engage with the financial world and build their career in banking and finance.

Benefiting from substantial careers worldwide at companies such as Barclays, Lloyds, HSBC, Citi, Credit Suisse, to name a few, our Faculty members also hold academic degrees from leading universities, including New York University’s Graduate School of Business Administration and the London Business School (the world's two financial capitals).

Visiting Faculty


Our Visiting Faculty comprise exceptional Professors and Scholars who contribute to our thought leadership agenda and actively participate in high-profile institutional activities.

Many of our community of Visiting Professors and Scholars hold research roles at top institutions within the City of London. With this knowledge, they further enhance the resources we bring to our students.

  • Jeremy Arnold

    Visiting Scholar

  • Iqbal Asaria

    Visiting Professor

  • David Benson

    Visiting Professor & Director of Visiting Scholars

  • Olivier Beroud

    Visiting Professor

  • Nahla Betelmal

    Visiting Lecturer

  • Tomasz Bilakiewicz

    Visiting Lecturer

  • Marco Boldini

    Visiting Professor

  • Yasin Demir

    Visiting Lecturer

  • Dr Paul Fisher

    Visiting Professor

  • Jane Foley

    Visiting Scholar

  • Dr Anthony Gandy

    Visiting Professor

  • Prof Pete Hahn

    Emeritus Professor of Banking and Finance

  • Julien Haye

    Visiting Scholar

  • John Hearn

    Visiting Professor

  • Dr Andrew Hilton

    Visiting Professor

  • Jonathan Holman

    Visiting Scholar

  • Dr Mel Houllier

    Visiting Scholar

  • Renier Lemmens

    Visiting Professor

  • Simon Lewis

    Visiting Professor

  • Michael Llewelyn-Jones

    Visiting Professor

  • Chris Manners

    Visiting Scholar

  • Helene Panzarino

    Visiting Professor

  • Ian Peacock

    Visiting Professor

  • Dr Richard Ramyar

    Visiting Scholar

  • Dr Phil Renshaw

    Visiting Professor

  • Emmanuel Rondeau

    Visiting Professor

  • Anna Rosenberg

    Visiting Scholar

  • Sayonton Roy

    Visiting Lecturer

  • Martin Stewart

    Visiting Professor

  • Dr Rutang Thanawalla

    Visiting Scholar

  • A Lloyd Thomas

    Visiting Scholar

  • Alastair Tyler

    Visiting Professor

  • Dr Ruth Wandhöfer

    Visiting Professor

  • Paul Wilde

    Visiting Professor