Day 1 at 17:10 BST
About the Speaker
Alistair is Professor of Financial Economics at the School of Business and Economics at Loughborough University. Previously Alistair worked at Cass Business School, Bank of England, University of Surrey, London Business School, HM Treasury and for the Government of Malawi. He has a PhD in economics from the London School of Economics. His research spans financial technology, money and central banking, bank capital and risk management, macroeconomics, financial regulation and dynamic stochastic optimisation. He is the author of a comprehensive account of the 2007-08 crisis “The Fall of the House of Credit”. His current research focus is data and related technologies in money and financial services. He is the principal investigator of the TECHNGI project www.techngi.uk part of the £20mn Next Generation Services Research Challenge supported by the UK government’s Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund. He has also worked recently on disaster risk finance and on the potential application of insurance solutions to the current Covid-19 and future pandemics.
Alistair has a London School of Economics PhD and has worked at Bayes (Cass) Business School, Bank of England, University of Surrey, London Business School, HM Treasury and for the Government of Malawi. He researches financial infrastructures and technology, money and central banking, bank risk and capital management and macroeconomics.