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Centre for Banking Research joins Euro-Mediterranean Economists Association

Partnership will strengthen knowledge sharing and collaboration

by Amy Ripley (Senior Communications Officer)

The Centre for Banking Research at Cass Business School has become a partner of the Euro-Mediterranean Economists Association (EMEA).

The EMEA is the main sponsor of the International Workshop on Financial System Architecture and Stability 2018, (IWFSAS 2018) which will take place at Cass on the 10th and 11th September 2018. EMEA will also sponsor a Best Paper Award which will be presented during the IWFSAS.

The Centre for Banking Research (CBR) at Cass Business School promotes high calibre academic research in the field of banking and fosters the teaching of banking subjects to a high standard. Drawing on the wide experience of its core and associate members, the Centre offers expert analysis of the economic and business environment that affects the banking and financial sector. As such, CBR is able to provide specialist consultancy to the banking and financial services industry, public sector organisations, regulatory authorities and governments.

EMEA is an independent think-tank specialized in socio-economic and financial developments in Europe and the South and East Mediterranean. EMEA has an international network of think tanks, research centers, academic institutions and International experts, and aims to contribute decisively to the transition process in the Mediterranean region amidst an unprecedented global financial and economic crisis and geopolitical uncertainties and conflicts. EMEA promoted and co-funded the Euro-Mediterranean Network for Economic Studies (EMNES).

View the programme for the IWFSAS here.

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