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Fund trading
16
Jul
With algorithmic trading estimated to account for 20% of hedge funds, traders are looking to understand how to engage with funds and manage for risk. Recognising these emerging trends Oxford Saïd has launched the Oxford Algorithmic Trading Programme, the first of its kind worldwide.
Peter and Ning open the new CreditEase classroom
22
May
Peter Tufano signs a partnership with CreditEase, a global fintech company, and unveils the new CreditEase classroom
Honorary CIOT Fellowship  presentation
07
Feb
Director of CBT awarded prestigious Honorary Fellowship by Chartered Institute of Taxation
Oxford skyline
10
Jan
Research finds that the associated reputational damage to banks that have been fined can amplify financial losses by up to 10 times
Shefali Roy
05
Dec
Shefali Roy’s curriculum vitae spans some of the top names in the finance and technology sectors, including Apple, Goldman Sachs and Stripe.
18
Aug
Saïd Business School welcomes interest from suitably qualified applicants in this year's British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship scheme, for awards to be taken up in September or October 2018.
SBS front
19
Jun
Despite a challenging economic environment, MFE students continue to be attractive to the biggest global names in finance
21
Apr
Senior Research Fellow, Anzhela Cédelle, has been awarded the prestigious British Academy's Rising Star Engagement Award.
21
Mar
The Worshipful Company of International Bankers is a City of London Livery company that promotes the development of the financial services profession for the benefit of the public, while encouraging high ethical and professional standards.
27
Jan
The annual compilation brings together 300 young professionals from ten different sectors, and judges include industry leaders as well as fellow alumni.
Tim Jenkinson
26
Jan
A research paper by Professor Tim Jenkinson has been named winner of the 2016 Harry Markowitz Award. The paper – ‘How do private equity investments perform compared to public equity?’ written with Robert S Harris (UVA Darden) and Steven Kaplan (Chicago Booth) – compared the merits of investing in private versus public equity.
17
Jan
The Amundi Smith Breeden Prize selects the top three papers in the The Journal of Finance each year, as chosen by the journals associate editors.
10
Jan
A study from Saïd Business School, University of Oxford has uncovered significant gender differences during simulated online investment scenarios, and the findings could have wider implications for women within the finance sector.
06
Jan
Colin Mayer has been appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2017 New Year’s Honours list for services to business education and the administration of justice in the economic sphere
20
Dec
Oxford research helps Walmart launch first national Prize-Linked Savings program to encourage saving and increase financial security for lower income households
10
Nov
Phalippou was the sole academic listed amongst a group of high profile investors, managers and chief executives.
08
Nov
De Neve has been collaborating intensively with the Ministry of Finance in Belgium over the past year to rework their tax reminder letters.
13
Oct
Redefining Leadership is a bespoke leadership programme designed by Hogan Lovells and Saïd Business School.
14
Sep
Research on limits to arbitrage can shed interesting new light on financial behaviour and its impact on markets. Bige Kahraman describes the network of interconnected motives that can arise from financial institutions’ organisational structures, from capital constraints, and from availability of information.

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