Our Events Agenda

  • Regularly hosts Workshops, Seminars and Public Lectures on contemporary topics
  • Bi-Annually Organises the Emerging Scholars in Banking and Finance Conference

The Centre for Banking Research (CBR) has been a focal point of Cass Business School`s research communication strategy with the academic and finance communities. Since its establishment, one of the core missions of CBR is disseminating its research through ConferencesSeminars, and Public Lectures, and welcome the world`s leading researchers, practitioners and policy makers to share their work.

Moreover, CBR Scholars participate in numerous conferences worldwide, engaging with the academic community, NGOs, international institutions, central banks, government policy departments and industry events to disseminate their work, help inform decision-making and develop solutions to the challenges in the sector.

See more information about our Past Events, bi-annually held conference on Emerging Scholars and regularly held Henry Thorton Lecture.

Forthcoming events

International Workshop on Financial System Architecture & Stability (IWFSAS)

Dear all

due to the continued Covid-19 emergency and the need for social distancing, we have made the decision to move the IWFSAS2020 conference online.

Given the impact of the pandemic on the world economy and the multiple calls for a "green recovery”, the topic of this year's conference remains of high importance and we look forward to receiving high-quality contributions to this important debate.

The conference will take place as scheduled, 10-11 September 2020.

Please note the new deadline for the call for papers for the virtual conference: 30 June 2020.


10-11 September 2020 at Cass Business School. The fifth IWFSAS conference offers leading academics, practitioners and policymakers the opportunity to discuss innovative research on a range of topics related to climate risk and sustainable finance.

This year’s IWFSAS meeting is hosted by the Centre for Banking Research at Cass Business School, in collaboration with the Gustavson School of Business at the University of Victoria and the Euro-Mediterranean Economists Association (EMEA).

More information about the international workshop event