The Finance and Banking Research Centre
The Finance and Banking Research Centre (FiBRe, formerly Financial Markets and Investment Behaviour Research Group) was formed in 2011. Our mission is to conduct innovative research, with the key objective of encouraging scholarly research in all areas of finance and banking. The research group organises activities with external speakers, academics and PhD students, to create impact through high quality research and publications. The group provides support for early career researchers and PhD students, to build their research profiles and future careers
Members of the research group are interested in the following areas: market efficiency, regulation, and structure; macroeconomic stability; behavioural finance; international finance; corporate finance; asset pricing; derivatives; banking; commercial property; history of finance; and pedagogy. Individual research interests can be found in our personal profiles:
Researchers in this area:
For a list of upcoming seminars, please click here.
For further enquiries into the activities of FiBRe, please contact one of the Directors: Gregory James or Neil Lancastle.