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Browse Academic Expert Directory

Browse Academic Expert Directory

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Dr Christopher Clack
Director, Financial Computing MSc Programme
Christopher D. Clack is Director of the Financial Computing MSc Programme at University College London (UCL), leading a partnership with four multinational investment banks. He has recently been awarded the Doctor of Science (ScD) by the University of Cambridge (their highest degree for science). He founded UCLs Virtual Trading Floor and MSc in Financial Computing, and the independent Financial Services Knowledge Transfer Network. He has over 20 years experience as a consultant to blue-chip clients such as Accenture, Clearstream, CrestCo, LloydsTSB, Morgan Stanley and Reuters at all levels of Financial Services Technology from payment and settlement systems to algorithmic trading and investment.

London
United Kingdom

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Miss Niki Cleal
Director
Niki Cleal is the Director of the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI) with overall responsibility for leading and managing the PPI. During her time at the PPI Niki has overseen the delivery of a large number of PPI research projects on state pension, private pension and public sector pension reforms as well as wider research projects on retirement income and assets. Niki is a member of the editorial board of Pensions: An International Journal and is also a member of the Financial Reporting Council’s Actuarial User Committee. Niki was a member of Lord Hutton’s Panel of Experts on his fundamental review of the public service pensions. Niki joined the PPI from Halifax Bank of Scotland (HBoS) where she was Research Director, on secondment from HM Treasury where she worked for 6 years. An economist by training, during her time at the Treasury Niki led two major independent reviews – the Morris Review of the Actuarial Profession and the Lambert Review of business university collaboration. At HBoS, Niki had responsibility for developing corporate position on pension policy, and leading the HBoS response to the Pensions Commission report. Niki has a BA (Hons) Economics from Cambridge University and an MBA from INSEAD. The Pensions Policy Institute undertakes analysis and research on the implications of public policies on pensions and retirement income. The PPI has a suite of models of the UK’s pensions systems which enable us to analyse the impact of changes to the state pension, private pensions, public sector pensions and other policy changes that afffect retirement income in the UK. The PPI undertakes research commissioned by third parties to analyse public policy on pensions and retirement income. If you are interested in commissioning the PPI to undertake research please contact Chris Curry, the PPI’s Research Director at chris@pensionspolicyinstitute.org.uk.

London
United Kingdom

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Miss Niki Cleal
Director
Niki Cleal is the Director of the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI) with overall responsibility for leading and managing the PPI. During her time at the PPI Niki has overseen the delivery of a large number of PPI research projects on state pension, private pension and public sector pension reforms as well as wider research projects on retirement income and assets. Niki is a member of the editorial board of Pensions: An International Journal and is also a member of the Financial Reporting Council’s Actuarial User Committee. Niki was a member of Lord Hutton’s Panel of Experts on his fundamental review of the public service pensions. Niki joined the PPI from Halifax Bank of Scotland (HBoS) where she was Research Director, on secondment from HM Treasury where she worked for 6 years. An economist by training, during her time at the Treasury Niki led two major independent reviews – the Morris Review of the Actuarial Profession and the Lambert Review of business university collaboration. At HBoS, Niki had responsibility for developing corporate position on pension policy, and leading the HBoS response to the Pensions Commission report. Niki has a BA (Hons) Economics from Cambridge University and an MBA from INSEAD. The Pensions Policy Institute undertakes analysis and research on the implications of public policies on pensions and retirement income. The PPI has a suite of models of the UK’s pensions systems which enable us to analyse the impact of changes to the state pension, private pensions, public sector pensions and other policy changes that afffect retirement income in the UK. The PPI undertakes research commissioned by third parties to analyse public policy on pensions and retirement income. If you are interested in commissioning the PPI to undertake research please contact Chris Curry, the PPI’s Research Director at chris@pensionspolicyinstitute.org.uk.

London
United Kingdom

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Prof Phil Cleaver
Professor
Prof. Phil is a multi-award winning designer, who sees things differently. Protégé of Anthony Froshaug. Phil honed his design and typographic skills under Alan Fletcher at Pentagram in 1977, Wim Crouwel at TD in Holland, and Michael Wolff at Wolff Olins. ¶ Allied International designers recruited Phil as creative director where he designed and implemented corporate identities for global clients, Commercial Bank of Kuwait, Bank Duta of Indonesia, Ionian bank of Greece, Alstrom Corporation and TSB Bank. ¶ In 1986 he established CleaverLandor, a specialist design consultancy. During this period he designed and implemented corporate identities for De Fenix (Unilever in Holland), BNI Bank (the largest state owned bank in Indonesia), Bank Bali, Unibank, Eversheds (completing the challenge of getting 200 lawyers to agree on one symbol), Metra (Finland), Koxka (Spain), Front Line (Sweden), Douwe Egberts (Holland) and Cardiff City Council (Wales). ¶ Since setting up et al, Phil has been the creative driving force behind a wide range of corporate identities for such diverse clients as Visa (worldwide), Pearson plc, Uppercrust, National Housing Federation, Lawrence Graham, Hidden Art, Heritable Investment Bank (Iceland), ILVA (Denmark) and being Brand Guardians for Netar. et al designed the packaging for the majority of Hero Products (Switzerland) as well as Maynards Wine Gums and Cadbury’s Eclairs. Also espousing the design requirements of individual enterprises such Phaidon Publishers, Royal Mail, Worcester Cathedral, Brighton University, First Great Western, British Library, Buro Four and The Jewish Museum, London. ¶ He is designer and typographical advisor to The Book Collector and to the Type Museum in 2011 becoming their artistic director. The design work for the Type Museum identity, led by Phil, won the Oscar of the design world – a D&AD yellow pencil. He has judged the D&AD Awards and the Student Design Awards twice, also lecturing on typography for D&AD. Specialties:¶ Prof.Phil is a fellow of the Chartered Society of Designers, a founding trustee of The Monotype Museum, a board member of the International Type Academy and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. Artistic director to The Type Archive. Professor at Middlesex University his reputation is such that his early typographical work is archived in St Bride’s Printing Library, and the books he has designed are in the permanent collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum Library.

London
United Kingdom

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Dr Elizabeth Cobbett
Postdoctoal Lecturing Fellow
My area of research is the growth of financial centres in Sub Saharan Africa, with a focus on South Africa

Norwich
United Kingdom

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Dr Mihaela Cocea
Lecturer
Research areas: Intelligent Systems, User-adaptive Systems, User Modelling, Personalisation, Knowledge Discovery, Decision Support Systems, Cognitive modelling.

Portsmouth
United Kingdom

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