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The Course Director was the Strategic Development Manager at the London International Financial Futures Exchange (LIFFE), where he was responsible for the research and definition of new specialist swap and risk transfer contracts. Prior to this, he was Head of Interest Rate Product Development with responsibility for the maintenance of the existing product range and the development of new products.He began his career with Ernst & Young and Grant Thornton as a tax specialist, before moving into corporate treasury management at Royal Mail where he was project leader for a treasury and risk management group. In this role he developed risk management protocols and procedures for the use of derivative products. He was responsible for recommending the optimal combination of product types and features for a wide range of situations. Following the completion of a quantitative finance masters degree, he became senior lecturer in Corporate Finance and Taxation at the University of Greenwich. He is a visiting lecturer to Cass Business School on their Executive MBA programme. He is a panel member for the Securities Institute, a member of the Association of Corporate Treasurers and an associate of the Institute of Taxation.

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Overview Publications ''‘In Search of Liberated Time, or Schubert’s Quartet in G Major, D887: Once More Between Sonata and Variation’, Music Theory Spectrum Vol. 38/i (Spring 2016): 85-108. ''In What Respect Monumental? Schubert’s Quartettsatz and the Dialectics of Private and Public'', in Chr...
CB Bhattacharya was the Pietro Ferrero Chair in Sustainability at ESMT European School of Management and Technology in Berlin, Germany. He was previously the E.ON Chair Professor in Corporate Responsibility . On September 1, 2010 the president appointed him the Associate Dean of International Rel...
Research Interests Industrial organization economics, specifically the econometric measurement of market power and testing of models of imperfect competition and of entry Economics of technology Academic Degrees PhD, Princeton University, 1980 BA, Haverford College, 1975 Academic Appointm...