The Centre for Banking Research brings together senior faculty members and promising researchers with the banking practitioners and the financial advisers. Through its strong and solid academic background, CBR has a unique position to develop topical research that has an impact on the practices of financial institutions, in addition to its academic value.

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.

Centre for Banking Research Working Papers

Our members produce wide ranging and influential working papers, many of which address the recent financial crisis.

For recently selected publications, take a look at publications from the Centre for Banking Research.

Commissioned Reports

Case for a post bank

This report sets out the case for a Post Bank in the UK.

View Making the Case for a post bank  report.

Cass academics comment on Article 50

Leading academics from Cass Business School consider the implications for banking, business and finance.

Brexit and Non-EU Banks: Challenges and Opportunities

This report sets out the implications of the EU IPU proposals and the potential effectiveness of the delegation management model, as an alternative to corporate restructuring.

Brexit and Non-EU Banks: Challenges and Opportunities