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Caroline is an experienced Senior Lecturer who worked for Barclays Bank in a number of risk-related roles. She lectures in Financial Markets and Risk and Commercial and Corporate Financial Services.
Corporate and commercial lending, Banking, Law relating to banking, Professionalism and Ethics, Financial Markets and Risk, Consumer Debt Collection. Undergraduate and degree apprenticeship lecturing, Executive coaching, Executive and professional education. Author.
Barclays Bank plc, risk-related roles in corporate, retail, turnaround and recovery: 1998 – 2005.
MA, Professional and Applied Ethics, Leeds University: Distinction.
BSc (Hons), Financial Services, ifs University College (First Class): 1997.
PGCHE, ifs University College: 2012.
Fellow, Higher Education Academy: 2012.
Chartered Fellowship, The London Institute of Banking & Finance.
Murray, C (2018) Financial Markets and Risk [online]. Available to our students on our course website.
Murray C, (2015, updated 2017) Consumer Debt Collection [online]. Available to our students on our course website.
Murray, C (2017) Professionalism, Conduct and Ethics level 5 [online]. Available to our students on our course website.
Murray, C (2016) Commercial and Corporate Financial Services [online]. Available to our students on our course website.
Murray, C (2016) Professionalism, Conduct and Ethics level 5 [online]. Available to our students on our course website.
Murray, C (2014, updated 2015) Business Lending.
Murray, C (2011, updated 2015) Banking Law and Governance [online]. Available to our students on our course website.
Northampton University, Accounting & Finance Programme (Banking; Levels 4-6), External Examiner: 2013 – 2017.
The London Institute of Banking & Finance, Fellow.
Higher Education Academy, Fellow.
Consumer Debt Collection, winner of the CCR Credit Excellence Awards 2017 for contribution to the Credit Industry (shortlisted for two other awards).
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