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Browse Academic Expert Directory

Browse Academic Expert Directory

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Dr Costanza Russo
LECTURER IN BANKING LAW
Lecturer in Banking Law and in Legal Aspects of International Finance

London
United Kingdom

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Mr Stuart Rutherford
Hon Felllow at BWPI and Founder of SafeSave Bangladesh
Not really an academic - just a long-term observer of how poor people manage their money.

Nagoya Japan
Japan

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Dr Andrew Ryder
Senior Lecturer
Background in economic geography and town planning. Most recently worked in Tanzania on ways to encourage small businesses to move from informal to formal sector. Past work for OECD on regional problems and policies in (mainly) transition countries of central-eastern Europe. Regularly publish about SLovakia and Belarus.

Portsmouth
United Kingdom

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Dr Filipa Sa
Senior Lecturer
Filipa Sá is a Senior Lecturer in Economics at King's College London. Her main research interests are international macroeconomics and labour economics. Her work in international macroeconomics covers issues such as capital flows, portfolio choice and current account sustainability. Her research in labour economics covers topics such as migration, hours of work and employment protection legislation. Prior to joining King's, she was an economist in the International Finance Division of the Bank of England and a lecturer at Trinity College Cambridge. She holds a PhD in Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an MSc from the LSE.

London
United Kingdom

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Ms Deborah Sabalot
Visiting Senior Fellow
Deborah Sabalot is an English solicitor and a US attorney who has specialized in financial services law and regulation for over twenty five years. She advises banks and other financial institutions including investment managers and advisers on a wide range of legal, regulatory and compliance matters. She also provides specialist advice to other City law firms and their clients on these matters. Deborah is a professional associate of Outer Temple Chambers, one of the premier sets of commercial barristers in London. She is the consultant editor of the Butterworths Securities and Financial Services Law Handbook which is now in its 12th edition and she has recently been made a Senior Visiting Fellow at the London School of Economics and is working on a book on fiduciary duties and regulatory rules in the financial services industry. Prior to establishing her own law practice, Deborah Sabalot was a partner of Landwell (PwC Legal), the associated law firm of PricewaterhouseCoopers from 2002 to 2005. She had held an “of counsel” role at Lovells from 2000 to 2002. Prior to 2000 Deborah was Director of Regulatory Services at KPMG (1995-2000) and was a senior lawyer in Clifford Chance's Financial Services Group (1988 – 1995).

London
United Kingdom

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Mr Raymond Sabbah
Partner at Bourse Consult
Raymond Sabbah is presently a partner at Bourse Consult a global financial services consultancy, offering practical advice to exchanges, alternative markeplaces, clearing houses and other market infrastructures, in areas from strategy to detailed execution. Bourse Consult consultants are all experts in their fields, having many years experience at the highest levels in the financial services industry. He act as senior consultant for Stock Exchanges, Central Banks and Regulators for the implementation of trading venues, regulatory frameworks and fixed income trading infrastructure. He is a specialist in Securities Markets infrastructure, building and operating Electronic Markets platforms for equities, fixed income securities, commodities and forex. Due to his experience of the last 25 years he has a deep knowledge of securities market micro-structure. From 1999 to 2010 Raymond Sabah has been the CEO of SENAF, the pan European platform for sovereign bonds, and repos, now part of BME (Spanish Exchanges) ·As CEO of Senaf: ·Build a coalition to develop and implement the trading platform for the whole market. ·Devised the technical, regulatory, and marketing aspects of the new company. ·Established a truly Pan-European client base with 34 clients banks in Frankfurt, Madrid, London, Paris and Milan. ·Created a business from scratch that generated substantial profits on a minimal investment, giving a ROI multiplier of 20. ·The group successfully IPO'd in 2006 for € 2,5bn

Madrid
United Kingdom

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