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Dr Scott Ellis

Assistant Professor

Department: Newcastle Business School

Scott is currently reading for a PhD investigating banking competition and financial stability and is involved in teaching, on both under and postgraduate modules, as well as undergraduate, dissertation supervision. His main teaching roles and research interests surround portfolio theory, banking risk management and regulation.

Since joining in 2013, he has taught and trained the majority of our finance students how to use and engage with the Newcastle Business Schools’ Bloomberg Trading Suite.

He qualified with a First Class Honours Degree in Finance & Investment management in 2010. Following graduation, he held a number of roles within & outside the financial services. 

 

 

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Newcastle Business School
115 Ellison Terrace
Newcastle Upon Tyne
NE1 8ST

Jalal Mrabti The Impact of Capital Prudential Policy on Financial Stability in the European Banking Sector Start Date: 18/01/2023

  • Education PGCert May 12 2015
  • Financial Management BA (Hons) September 01 2007
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2015


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