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Financial Markets and Institutions Special Interest Group

Welcome to the Financial Markets and Institutions Special Interest Group web-pages.

Established in 2007, the Financial Markets and Institutions Special Interest Group provides a forum for established and emerging academics interested in financial markets and financial institutions.

The Financial Markets and Institutions Special Interest Group aims to:

  • Encourage research and scholarship in Financial Markets and Institutions and cognate fields of inquiry.
  • Provide a forum for established academics to meet and exchange ideas.
  • Provide support for PhD students in Financial Markets and Institutions.
  • Develop close links with professional and industry bodies relevant to FM&I SIG membership to inform and advance policy.
  • Organise workshops and activities supporting the aims of the FM&I SIG.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with the British Accounting and Finance Association.


Associated Institutions.

The Special Interest Group highly values links with apposite professional and regulatory bodies.

The Special Interest Group is supported by the Chartered Banker Institute and the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investment.

Announcement. 

Replacement for the Treasurer for the Financial Markets and Institutions Special Interest Group.

With the retirement of Professor Robert Hudson (Hull), Robert will be stepping own as the Treasurer of the Financial Markets and Institutions special interest group. We would like to thank Robert for all his efforts working with BAFA, do wish Robert all the very best for his retirement and offer thanks for a career of impactful contributions.

We will need to appoint a new treasurer for the Financial Markets and Institutions Special Interest Group. The role is to work with the chair and secretary of the Financial Markets and Institutions Special Interest Group to develop activities to serve the financial markets and institutions member of BAFA. Further details of the role and all applications should be made to the SIG chair: John Ashton (john.Ashton@york.ac.uk) and/or the SIG secretary Prof. Mark Rhodes (M.J.Rhodes@leedsbeckett.ac.uk).