Dr Anthony Gandy has a PhD from LSE and has worked in and around financial services sector for 30 years. This includes financial journalism (The Banker), investment banking (Daiwa Securities), bank regulation (Bank of England), banking education (LIBF) and as a consultant running his own fintech consultancy.
He has authored many books including Banking Strategies Beyond 2000, Information Technology & Financial Services: The New Partnership, and, as a part of his academic output The Early Computer Industry: Limitations of Scale and Scope as well as hundreds of articles, reports and academic papers on:
- corporate strategy
- bank technology and
- strategies in the electronics, computing and banking sectors.
He is a Visiting Professor at Ulster University as well as at The London Institute of Banking & Finance.