A futile exercise of transparency? The case of UK Political Party Accounts

This event will present a research paper in progress on the UK 2000 Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act (PPERA) mandated political parties to submit an annual statement of accounts (SOA) to the Electoral Commission (EC).


Does corruption amplify or mitigate the impact of ownership structure on cash?

With a within-country quasi natural experiment and a global cross-country set up we show that the interaction of corruption with ownership structure has a first order effect on firms’ cash holdings.


UK SMEs: quantifying their pandemic risk and credit risk exposures in the wake of the COVID-19

The Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity invite you to an online seminar.


The Influence of Local Communities of Practice on Financial Institutions’ Internationalisation in an Emerging Economy

In this paper, we applied communities of practice perspective and conducted a longitudinal ethnographic study that lasted from 2008 to 2020 to understand the internationalisation of foreign financial institutions in Myanmar.


How did Covid-19 change the pricing of retail deposit funds?

This event will share research and a discrete-time option-analytic valuation model of the participatory fees earned by Islamic banks for managing third-party funds.


Sanctions and Africa: an International Law and Politics Conference

The conference aims to investigate and reimagine Africa as an active voice and perspective in the global legal and political discourse on sanctions.


A news-based index of environmental policy uncertainty

Extracting text from ten leading US newspapers over the last four decades, we use text-mining algorithms to develop a monthly index of US environmental policy uncertainty over the 1981-2019 period.


Do higher levels of the enforcement of accounting standards improve investment efficiency? Evidence from IFRS-adopting countries

The purpose of the study to be presented is to investigate the impact of differential levels of the enforcement of accounting standards on a particular firm outcome - investment efficiency.


Reputational Effects in Sovereign Rating Phases: Time, macro and institutional factors and the role of defaults and debt restructuring and resolution

This event will discuss the role of reputation, macro and institutional factors, and defaults and debt restructuring/resolution for the length of sovereign rating phases.


Political uncertainty and institutional herding

This event will discuss the role of political uncertainty in motivating herding among US institutional investors


Disaggregating the Implied Cost of Capital

This event is part of the CFCI seminar series


Regulating consumer credit in the 2020s

This event is part of the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity seminar series


Anti-Competition Law: State Aid and Tax Competition in the European Union

This event is part of the CFCI public seminar series


Can Artificial Intelligence be applied to Citizenship by Investment programmes to mitigate risks?

This event is part of the CFCI public seminar series


Preventing a debt crisis

This event is part of the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity seminar series and will discuss external debt vulnerability in emerging markets and developing economies during the Covid-19 shock.


The Art in Money Laundering

This event is part of the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity seminar series ​and will discuss the impact of global art and money laundering and the challenges for policing the industry.


CEO Overconfidence and the Speed of Adjustment of Cash Holdings

This event is part of the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity seminar series


Why connected directors earn superior returns? Evidence from director trading

This event is part of the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity seminar series


Legal and Human Factors in Tax Compliance and Enforcement

This is a dissemination event within the EU funded project PROTAX


Why do Sukuks (Islamic Bonds) need a different pricing model?

This event is part of the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity seminar series