Sara specialises in management accounting and governance, with a special interest in public sector and not-for-profit organisations. Sara teaches modules on both undergraduate level and Postgraduate level and has published in peer-reviewed conference proceedings, journal and book chapters.
Christina Anderl specialises in International Economics with particular focus on International Finance, Trade and Econometrics. Her research interests are related to exchange rate expectations in the context of market and firm behaviour.
Cherry is Senior Lecturer and Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility Research Group Lead. Her research interests include business and law pedagogies.
Dr Washad Emambocus is a lecturer in Economics, Project Management and Quantitative Studies. His research is in the area of Behavioural Economics focusing on irrational behaviour. He is the Lead for Student Enterprise and Business Solutions Centre which focuses on developing the entrepreneurial skills of students. He is also a PRINCE2® qualified practitioner.
Anna is an Associate Professor in Enterprise Education and the Lead for Student Enterprise, School of Business. She is a qualified accountant in practice, specialising in Management Accounting.
Shashi has expertise in corporate and strategic financial management, institutional fund management, international finance, security analysis, portfolio management, portfolio performance measurement, mergers and acquisitions, valuations and research design and methods.
Mary oversees marketing, recruitment, admissions and collaborations both at home and overseas for the School of Business. She is a qualified accountant and specialises in the areas of audit, assurance and financial accounting.
An expert in corporate finance and funding, for more than 20 years Vijay worked for the State Bank of India, eventually becoming Assistant General Manager. He was responsible for managing sizeable credit portfolios and in excess of 150 staff.
An expert in financial markets and econometrics, Weiou has worked on large-scale projects, such as INET funded Debt and Demography Project. Research interests: sovereign debt, debt restricting, and the relation between assets and income.
An expert in financial asset returns and volatility modelling for the finance sector. Ling uses advanced econometric methodologies to improve financial forecasting reliability – she primarily focuses on stock index and foreign exchange data.
Annual careers evening with the School of Business
12 March 2018
Digital communications with Andrew Mitchell from Brandmovers
9 March 2018
LSBU wins Accountancy College of the Year for second year running
21 February 2018
LSBU is open for business to train apprentices from non-levy paying employers
4 January 2018
LSBU announces new partnership with Brandmovers Inc
30 November 2017
Thomas’ success proves Asperger’s is no barrier in academia
29 November 2017
Dr Charles Graham discusses brand loyalty at IPM event
29 November 2017
The CIM/LSBU Marketing Club Launch
28 November 2017
The Future of Accountancy: Success in a changing world
27 November 2017