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ARCHIVED | Event | EFiC Conference in Banking and Finance

Banks and Financial Markets in Times of Uncertainty

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Date: Friday 7 and Saturday 8 July 2017
Venue: Essex Business School, Colchester Campus

We are delighted that some of our researchers are participating in this year’s EFiC Conference in Banking and Finance being held at the Essex Business School.

The Essex Finance Centre is proud to bring you the 2017 EFiC Conference in Banking and Finance. This year’s conference will explore ‘banks and financial markets in times of uncertainty’.

The event will bring together leading academics, practitioners and policy makers from across banking and finance to hear state-of-the-art research, exchange ideas and network. The symposium provides a forum to reflect on trends in financial and banking markets nearly 10 years since the start of the global financial crisis. It will be the ideal setting for discussing the future of research and policy.

On Saturday 8 July 2017 our Senior Data Manager, Richard Skeggs, will be holding a training session on Python packages for finance. We will also be holding a parallel session titled ‘Big data and local economic growth’ in which our researchers will be discussing their recent papers. Details of the papers are below:

Peer-to-Peer Business Lending (Debt Crowdfunding) in the UK
Jerry Coakley, Winifred Huang Meier, and Daniel Tsvetanov
Discussant: Claudia Curi

Streaming Big Data in Finance
Richard Skeggs
Discussant: Jerry Coakley

Bank lending conditions in UK SMEs
Raffaella Calabrese, Claudia Girardone & Mingchen Sun
Discussant: Vania Sena

Professor Jerry Coakley, Deputy Director of the Business and Local Government Data Research Centre, and Professor Neil Kellard, Researcher for the Local Economic Growth stream will also be attending the conference as part of the steering committee/co-chairs.

All tickets include a conference pack and a buffet lunch and refreshments each day. If you would like to read more about this conference or book your ticket, please visit the EBS event page.