An economics graduate from Cambridge University, Jamie Stevenson has worked in the construction sector and in investment banking. Ranked No 1 equity research analyst in European Building Materials for 10 consecutive years by Extel, Reuters and Institutional Investor surveys, Jamie also was Head of Equity Research at Dresdner Kleinwort Securities for 5 years. He now lectures in financial and investment analysis for undergraduate and postgraduate masters courses at Cass Business School and the University of Exeter."
I am the Module Leader on the BSc Accounting and Finance:
Corporate Law AF 2204
Assurance AF 2100
Audit and Assurance AF3100
I am also part of the team delivering the Taxation Modules on the BSc.
My areas of expertise are all aspects of taxation, assurance, corporate governance and corporate law. I have extensive experience of teaching on undergraduate courses, post graduate courses and professional accounting courses throughout the UK. I have been an external examiner at many universities and am currently also a visiting lecturer at the University of Westminster.
Apart from my academic work I have considerable practical experience including working for both small and large Chartered Accountancy firms including running my own practice for a number of years. I was also the Finance Director of a computer company RAIR Limited.
My goal over the years has been to not only impart academic /technical knowledge to my students but to constantly relate study to the ever changing real world. My aim is to give students an edge with potential employers and to set them on successful careers.
With a first degree in Business and Administration from the Universidade Catolica Portuguesa and a MBA from the London Business School, Carlos Ribeiro has a broad work experience, having worked in commercial banking, investment banking, auditing, consultancy and the automotive industry, over a 15 year business career. Carlos is also a registered accountant in Portugal
This business experience was achieved in Portugal prior to the MBA and subsequently in the UK and includes companies such as BPI, Ernst & Young, BZW, Bear Stearns and Ford Motor Company, where Carlos was able to develop not only his analytical skills, but also his cross-functional managerial skills, which he now uses in his lecturing.
Having changed to an academic career in 2003, Carlos was initially teaching in finance, but since then his teaching has diversified to include accounting and quantitative methods. Since moving to academia, Carlos has worked regularly and continues to work with a number of institutions, including London Business School, Cass Business School, Middlesex University, London South Bank University, University of Leicester and the Association of Corporate Treasurers, while also delivering professional training and conducting consultancy assignments.
By background I am an engineer, by training I am an Army Officer and gradually I am becoming an academic.
I have a degree from the University of Surrey in Civil Engineering and on graduating joined the Royal Engineers. I served for 20 years all over Europe and North America, retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel having commanded a Bomb Disposal regiment.
Whilst in command I took an MA in Management at the Canterbury (now Kent) Business School and on leaving the army set up and ran my own interim management business.
I ran that company for 10 years during which time I was also the Chairman of the Interim Management Association. I closed that company down in order to complete my book on interim management and to finish my D Prof with Middlesex University.
Since 2004 I have been an independent management consultant and interim manager as well as lecturing on international negotiations at the Air Business Academy in Toulouse. In 2010 I was taken on as a Visiting Lecturer at the Cass Business School and now am leader for 3 skills based modules delivered through a team of 8 professional tutors.