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Corporate sponsors

We welcome corporate members who are interested in sponsoring and supporting our research programmes.

Such support has numerous benefits for sponsors including participation in the research process and early sight of research results. Sponsors also have free conference and seminar participation, and input into research aims via the advisory committee.

In turn, we benefit from direct funding and possible access to data. We also gain valuable contact with the practical problems faced by sponsors.

Corporate Sponsors

2015/2019
Second Ph.D. Scholarship in Memory of Anna Timberlake (Timberlake Consultants Ltd): £19,000p/a

2013/2017
Arctic Lake Ph.D. Scholarship: £16,000p/a

2012 - Present
Morningstar
Markit
Tullett Prebon

2011/2014
First Ph.D. Scholarship in Memory of Anna Timberlake (Timberlake Consultants Ltd): £16,000p/a

2010/2011
Timberlake Consultants Ltd: £11,000

2009/2010
Timberlake Consultants Ltd: £11,000

2008/2009
Timberlake Consultants Ltd: £11,000

2007/2008
Timberlake Consultants Ltd: £11,000

2006/2007
Timberlake Consultants Ltd: £11,000

2005/2006
Timberlake Consultants Ltd: £11,000

Academic Funding

01/012015 - 31/03/2016
Leverhulme Trust 'Visiting Professorship - Professor Lynda Khalaf': £15,500

2012/2013
Journal of Applied Econometrics: £3,000

Inquiry UK application: Research Project entitled "Forecasting Cross-Market Correlations: The Case of Bonds and Stocks" (£10,000 awarded in August 2004)

European Commission Funds

2012/2014
Marie Curie Actions: £122,572

2011/2012
Bank of England: £5,000

Human Resources and Mobility Activity (HRM): Cass-Quantitative Methods in Finance (Cass-QMF) (Submitted 7 December 2004)

City University & Cass Business School Pump Priming

2006/2007
Inquire UK: £10,000

2005/2006
Inquire UK: £10,000

Expression of interest: RAE Development Fund, Research officer: Lorenzo Trapani, October 2004-September 2005.

Short Courses

Timberlake Consultants Ltd