I joined the School of Management in 2012 as a faculty member (Teaching Fellow) after having worked part-time at the university for six years. I completed my PhD research at the University of Leicester studying 'The Impact of a Speculative Stock Market on Institutional Investors'.
My work experience covers both academy and industry. I started my working career as an investment consultant in Cyprus where I worked for four years before joining Leicester for my PhD. During my studies I was teaching for Leicester University and Open University too. My teaching portfolio mainly consists of ‘Corporate Finance’ to MSc and MBA students and supervision of MSc and MBA proposals and dissertations at Leicester University. Additionally I am teaching on a part-time basis for the MBA distance learning programme of the University of London SOAS ('Corporate Finance’ ‘Bank Regulation and Resolution of Banking Crises’ 'Banking Strategy' ‘Macroeconomic Policy and Financial Markets’ ‘Banking and Capital Market’ and 'Management Accounting'). Finally from July 2014 to February 2016 I chaired the Board of Directors of a local Cooperative Bank in Cyprus.
MN7705: Managing Finance for Corporate Policy and Strategy
MN7709: Organisational Research and Consultancy Methods and the MBA Project
MN7532: Corporate Finance
'MN7574: International Finance and Globalisation
MN7508: Research Methods
1) Registered with the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission
- Investment consultant: Certified investment adviser with regards to ‘transferable securities’ ‘money market instruments’ ‘units in collective investment undertakings’ ‘options futures swaps forward rate agreements’ and ‘financial contracts for differences’