Emmanuel joined Cass in 2016. His research focuses on corporate governance, shareholder activism and the securities issuance process, particularly initial public offerings of equity (IPOs), and the conflicts of interest between banks, investors and firms. He is currently working with researchers at the Financial Conduct Authority on the dynamics of information exchange between banks and investors during IPOs. Prior to joining Cass, Emmanuel had a 25-year career in investment banking, holding senior positions in capital markets and corporate finance at Goldman Sachs, HSBC and JP Morgan. He received his BA (First Class) and MA from Magdalen College, Oxford.
Working papers (2)
- Pezier, E. (2019). Can Issuers Mitigate Underpricing by Hiring Pure Advisory Firms to Oversee Their IPOs? SSRN: Elsevier.
- Pezier, E. (2019). Estimating the Long-Term Effects of Activism Using a Natural Experiment in UK Small-Cap Stocks. SSRN: Elsevier.