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The conference spanned three days, from 1 June to 3 June

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Conference fees

Academics and professionals
1 day: £180
2 days: £220

PhD students
2 days: £180

Wednesday 1 June

Day 1 programme
Time Event
2pm - 5pm Registration and campus tour

Thursday 2 June

The PhD and Young Scholars Colloquium.

Day 2 programme
Time Event
8.30am - 9.45am Registration
9.45am - 10am Welcome by Professor Mike Molan, Pro Vice Chancellor (Enhancement) and Dean of the School of Business (LSBU)
10am - 11am Session 1
Nishani Ekanayake - The Impact of Board Characteristics on Earnings Management in
Deposit Taking Institutions: Evidence from Sri Lanka.
Berzanna Seydou Ouattara - Re-examining the BRICS Stock Markets Interaction
11am - 11.30amCoffee break
11.30am - 12.30pm Session 2
Mafalda Vasconcelos - Banking Flows and Credit Risk in the Southern European Countries.
Matias Ossandon Busch - Banking Globalisation, Local Lending and Labor Market
Outcomes: Micro-level Evidence from Brazil
12.30pm - 1.30pm Lunch
1.30pm - 2.30pm Session 3
Akash Baruah - Cost and Benefit Analysis of an Optimum Currency Area
Syed Nadeem Juman Shah - E-Banking Issues Involves Through Service Oriented Architecture
2.30pm - 3pmCoffee break
3pm - 4pm Session 4
Babar Syed - Interest Rate Spreads: Measuring and Comparing Linkage and Transmission
Signals between Pre/During/and Post Financial Crisis Periods
Muhammad Bilal Shakeel - Modified Brownian Motion Model: A General Explanation 
4pm - 4.30pm Coffee break
4.30 - 5.30pm Session 5
Subhakara Valluri - Analysis of Causal Relationship between the Grains Futures and
Agricultural Equities using Toda and Yamamoto Procedure
Christina Anderl - Exchange Rate Overshooting 
5.30pm - 5.45pm Closing by Prof. Kenneth D'Silva

Friday 3 June

Main conference.

 Day 3 programme
Time Event
8am - 9am Registration
9am - 9.15am Conference opening by Chair Vijay Lee
9.15am - 9.30am

Welcome address by Prof. Shân Wareing, Pro Vice Chancellor (Education and Student Experience) (LSBU)

9.30am - 10.15am Keynote Speaker 1
Jon Norton, Director at Wells Fargo Capital Finance
10.15am - 11am Keynote Speaker 2
Dr Panagioitis Andrikopoulos, Associate Head of School (Research), School of Economics, Finance and Accounting, Coventry University
11am - 11.30am Coffee break
11.30am - 12.15pm Keynote Speaker 3
Dr Simon Jones, Dean at Guildhall Faculty of Business and Law, London Metropolitan 
12.15pm - 1.30pm Lunch
1.30pm - 2.30pm Session 1A
Sunil Kumar - Assessing the Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on the Profit Efficiency
of Indian Banks
Rachita Gulati - Assessing the State of Competition through Regulatory Framework: A
Comparative Analysis of India with Other Emerging Economies

Session 1B
Satish Sharma - Financial Contagion in the context of the European Debt Crisis
Pellegrino Manfra - European Central Bank (ECB) and The Federal Reserve System
(FED): Different Policies and Objectives Towards Stabilization

Session 1C
Scott Ellis - Systemic Risk and the Challenges for Regulators
Mohd Mizan Bin Mohammad Aslam - The Economic Prospect of Solid Waste Management
in Perlis, Malaysia
2.30pm - 3pmCoffee break
3pm - 4pm Session 2A
Zhibin Lin - Chinese Direct Investment into the European Union: A Six-Country Panel
Data Analysis
Nirmala Lee - Enlightened Financial Services Marketing that Meets Consumers’ Need
to Know Their Needs: Darwin’s Explanatory Schema Applied to the Survival of Financial
Institutions

Session 2B
Angel Marchev, Jr. - A Generalisation of Investment Portfolio Performance Measures
Amani Hussein - Determinants of Users’ Intention to Use Internet Banking in Egypt

Session 2C
Silvia Dal Bianco - Exchange Rate Volatility and FDI flows in Latin America
Imran Ali - Financial Parenting, Financial Socialization and Wellbeing
4pm - 4.30pm Coffee break
4.30pm - 6pm Session 3A
Panagiotis Andrikopoulos - Ownership Structure and choice of the SEO issue method
Kefei You - What Drives China’s outward FDI? A Regional Analysis
Gurjeet Dhesi - Modified Brownian Motion Model: Forecasting Kurtosis of Returns Distributions

Session 3B
Gherardo Girardi - Credit and Training Provision to the Poor by Vertically Linked
NGO’s and Commercial Banks
Samuel O Idowu - Business Perspectives on Sustainable Development Goals 2030
Ling Xiao - Liquidity Transmission and the Subprime Mortgage Crisis: A Multivariate
GARCH Approach

Session 3C
Scott Ellis - Does Bank Size Affect Capital Adequacy? An Analysis of the US SIFI
WeiouWu - Quantile Dependence between Shanghai and Hong Kong Stock Markets: A
Copula-based Approach 
5pm - 6pm Conference close by Chair Vijay Lee
7pm - 10pm Conference dinner

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