School of Business and Economics

Research

Please find the following papers/presentations for the conference:

Friday 20th May

Session 1: Overview of Issues 9.05-9.40

Professional and Ethical Standards in Banking: The Relevance of the Scholarly Literature to Practitioner and Policy Initiatives

Alistair Milne (Loughborough University) and Andy Mullineux (University of Birmingham)

Presentation - Milne and Mullineux

 

Session 2: Tools and Metrics 10.00-11.00

Developments in Sustainability Accounting: The trade-offs in "Conduct Costs" Reporting

Calvin Benedict (CCP Research Foundation)

Paper - Benedict

Presentation - Benedict

 

Accounting for Risk Culture

Simon Ashby (University of Plymouth)

Paper - Ashby

Presentation - Ashby

 

Sesson 5: Panel 2 15.00-16.00

Regulation, Governance and Culture Change in Banks

Lack of governance modules - Peter Swabey (FCIS, ICSA: The Governance Institute)

 

Session 6: Keynote 16.00-17.00

Ethics Versus Ethos In US and UK Megabanking

Ed Kane (Boston College)

Paper - Kane

Presentation - Kane

 

Saturday 20th May

Session 7 9.00-10.30

Should private opt-out collective redress actions be introduced in the UK for the resolution of widespread consumer financial services claims?

Shazia Afghan (Queen Mary)

Presentation - Afghan


A practitioner's perspective on banking litigation

David McIlroy (Forum Chambers and SOAS, University of London)

Presentation - McIllroy


Session 8 10.50-12.20

Ethical standards and cultural assimilation in financial services

John Thanassoulis (University of Warwick)

Presentation - Thanassoulis

Discussant - Milne

 

Ethics and Banking

Philip Davis (Brunel University and NIESR)

Paper - Davis

Presentation - Davis

 

Session 9: Panel 3 12.20-13.20

Incentives, Ethics and Culture in Financial Institutions

Paul Dembinski (Observatoire de la France)

Panellist - Dembinski

David Vines (University of Oxford)

Panellist - Vines

 

Session 10 14.00-15.30

Bonus Caps, Deferrals, and Banker's Risk-Taking

Jussi Keppo (National University of Singapore)

Presentation - Keppo

Discussant - Chen

 

Bank culture and lending behaviour: Evidence from syndicated loans

Louis Nguyen (University of St. Andrews)

Presentation - Nguyen

Discussion - Matthews