Centre for Banking Research
What we do
Specialist banking research, teaching and consultancy
The Centre for Banking Research at Cass Business School promotes high calibre academic research in the field of banking. We also foster the teaching of banking subjects to a high standard. Drawing on the wide experience of our core and associate members, the Centre offers expert analysis of the economic and business environment that affects the banking and financial sector.
As such, we are able to provide specialist consultancy to the banking and financial services industry, public sector organisations, regulatory authorities and governments.Our core and associate members maintain extensive links to the International Monetary Fund, the European Central Bank, the Bank of England, the Financial Conduct Authority, HMT, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
The centre welcomes research in any area of banking. We place particular emphasis on the following topics:
- Financial stability, bank regulation, supervision, and deposit insurance
- Bank market structure
- Investment and commercial banking
- Innovation in banking
- Valuation, performance, competition and efficiency
- Risk management and corporate governance in banking
- Cross-border banking and banking in emerging markets.
News and Events
The conference will take place on 10-11 December 2018 at Cass Business School - City, University of London.
Paper submission deadline: 01 September 2018
Authors will be notified by: 28 September 2018
Completed papers in PDF format should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
The BSA is hosting a second Research Symposium on Financial Mutuals on 12 September 2018, at Cass Business School, London.
10-11 September 2018 at Cass Business School - City, University of London. The IWFSAS aims at providing a forum for academic researchers and policy makers to discuss issues related to the structure and design of financial systems and their impact on growth and financial stability.
This report sets out the case for a Post Bank in the UK.
The UK will begin the long, slow process of leaving the European Union tomorrow. Leading academics from Cass Business School consider the implications for banking, business and finance.