Corporate tax corruption and fraud in the UK: A critique of corporate criminal liability in practice

The CFCI seminar will discuss Corporate tax fraud and corruption and assessment of the efficacy of the law enforcement measures to counter them.


The glass cliff phenomenon and female chair appointments

This CFCI event will present the findings of the funded research sponsored by BA/Leverhulme on the Glass Cliff Phenomenon in female Chair appointments.  


Tales of Two Studies – Solving a Social Conflict or Seeking a Financial Benefit

This CFCI event will discuss research approaches in economics and finance: can there be a conflict?


Using AI, Distributed Ledger Technology and Internet of Things to Counter Illicit Money Flows in EU

The seminar will discuss how the collaborative use of AI, DLT, and IoT can be powerful tools to sustainably combat illicit money flows in the EU.


Understanding AML/CFT Compliance: Unpacking the Requirements for UK Asset Managers of Luxembourg-Based Funds

The Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity (CFCI) in cooperation with the Royal United Services Institute’s (RUSI) Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies would like to invite you to this event.


Choosing a Journal for Publication

Publishing in top international journals (such as those with 3*/4* CABS assignments) is a priority for most academics.   


Financial Rewards and Whistleblowers: Money, Ethics and the Quest for Effective Encouragement to Speak Up

This CFCI seminar will focus on financial rewards and whistleblowing from a comparative legal perspective. The comparison will be between the UK, the US and the EU.


Demystifying Difference-in-Differences: A Powerful Tool for Causal Inference

This CFCI event will discuss the latest developments in the difference-in-differences estimation method literature.


Market Manipulation and ESG Incidents

This event by CFCI will discuss how market manipulation affects trading activity and corporate policies. It also explores the consequences of market manipulation for firms’ ESG policies. 


Bitcoin Scams and AML

This event by the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity will discuss scams on the bitcoin blockchain, who is scammed and how exchanges facilitate such activity.


ChatGPT and Generative/Open AI: myths and real challenges

This event by the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity will aim to demystify ChatGPT and Generative/Open AI to provide clearer view of the changes/challenges entailed by these technologies.


Hedge Funds and the Positive Idiosyncratic Volatility Effect

This event by the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity will discuss the volatility effect of hedge funds


Climate Change Exposure and Corporate Financial Policy: International Evidence

This event by the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity will discuss the impact of climate change on corporate financial policies


An Overview of UK Retail Financial Scandals in recent decades: Uses and abuses of Behavioural Finance

This event by the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity will explore the behavioural aspects underlying inefficient decision making of retail consumers in the banking/financial services sector


The Cash Flow Sensitivity of Cash Revisited: Evidence from COVID-19

This presentation will re-examine the cash flow sensitivity of cash.


Informative Covariates, False Discoveries and Mutual Fund Performance

This event by the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity will discuss the implementation of a new multiple-hypotheses testing method on mutual funds performance.


Growing up with Finance: Special Economic Zoning and Household Finances in China

The event will engage the audience in the novel agendas of financial sector development and the conditions that are conducive to endogenous economic growth, such as financial knowledge and the socialisation of finance.


An evidence-based workshop on gender diversity on boards of top FTSE companies

This is an evidence-based workshop on gender diversity on boards of top FTSE companies.


The Market for CEOs

This seminar will study the market for CEOs of large publicly traded US firms, analyse new CEOs’ prior connections to the hiring firm, and explore how hiring choices are determined.


Corporate Blockchain Technology Adoption: Drivers and Barriers

This event will discuss Blockchain Technology, the current status of Cryptocurrencies, and their relationship to financial institutions.