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Financial Markets and Institutions Special Interest Group

Welcome to the Financial Markets and Institutions Special Interest Group web-pages.

Established in 2007, the Financial Markets and Institutions Special Interest Group provides a forum for established and emerging academics interested in financial markets and financial institutions.

The Financial Markets and Institutions Special Interest Group aims to:

  • Encourage research and scholarship in Financial Markets and Institutions and cognate fields of inquiry.
  • Provide a forum for established academics to meet and exchange ideas.
  • Provide support for PhD students in Financial Markets and Institutions.
  • Develop close links with professional and industry bodies relevant to FM&I SIG membership to inform and advance policy.
  • Organise workshops and activities supporting the aims of the FM&I SIG.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with the British Accounting and Finance Association.


Associated Institutions.

The Special Interest Group highly values links with apposite professional and regulatory bodies.

The Special Interest Group is supported by the Chartered Banker Institute and the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investment.

Executive board

Chair:             John K Ashton (Bangor University)
Treasurer:      Robert Hudson (University of Hull)
Secretary:      Mark Rhodes (Leeds Beckett University)

Advisory Board

  • Mike Adams (University of Bath)
  • Panos Andrikopoulos (Coventry University)
  • Owain ap Gwlym (Bangor University)
  • Seth Armitage (University of Edinburgh)
  • Charlie Cai (Liverpool University)
  • Barbara Casu (Cass Business School)
  • James Devlin (University of Leicester)
  • Meryem Duygun (Nottingham University)
  • Claudia Girardone (Essex University)
  • Andros Gregoriou (Brighton University)
  • Steven Haberman(Cass Business School)
  • Stuart Hyde (University of Manchester)
  • Andreas Hoepner (University College Dublin)
  • Alper Kara (Huddersfield University)
  • Jason Laws (Liverpool University)
  • Hong Liu (University of Aberdeen)
  • Donal McKillop(Queens University Belfast)
  • David McMillan (Stirling University)
  • Phil Molyneux (University of Sharja)
  • Patrick Ring (Glasgow Caledonian University)
  • Radha Shiwakoti (Brunel University)
  • Sotiris Staikouras (Cass Business School)
  • Andrew Urquhart (Henley Business School)
  • Francesco Vallascas (Leeds University)
  • Andrew Vivian (Loughborough University)
  • Damian Ward (University of Hertfordshire)
  • Robert Webb (Nottingham University)
  • John O.S. Wilson (University of St Andrews)
  • Simon Wolfe (Southampton University)