Part of the triple-accredited Henley Business School, the ICMA Centre is the product of the first active collaboration between the securities industry and a university finance department. The Centre has a global reputation for its excellence in undergraduate, postgraduate and executive education, as well as pure and applied research and consultancy.
The practical application of finance theory is one of the ICMA Centre’s key advantages and is why students and financial institutions alike choose the Centre for their education and training needs. This integration of theory with practice is achieved through the use of the Centre’s three state-of-the-art dealing rooms. All equipped by Thomson Reuters, the terminals run the latest industry simulation software such as StockTrak as well as the Centre’s own simulation software platform ICTrader.
The University of Reading and Henley Business School’s commitment to increasing student mobility internationally has led to the launch of a new BSc in Finance and Management in collaboration with the University of Venice starting in September 2015. Students will spend their first and third year at Henley Business School in Reading while the second year will be fully taughtContinue reading
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) will be working in partnership with Henley Business School and the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) to deliver a Masters of Science (MSc) in Financial Regulation. Martin Wheatley, Chief Executive of the FCA announced the programme in a speech at Mansion House on 16/10/2014. Whilst there are many modules on governance and regulationContinue reading
The Henley Executive MBA has been ranked as 53rd in the world, 20th in Europe and 7th in the UK. This world-class positioning testifies to Henley’s on-going commitment to deliver on the School’s ambition: We empower individuals to become great professionals and outstanding business leaders. Henley’s Executive MBA has risen on many key measures in the Financial Times MBA ranking, includingContinue reading
Last week’s results place Henley Business School at 34th in the world, 8th in Europe and 2nd in the UK. This demonstrates a consistent and strong improvement over the last three years and sees Henley ranked as one of only three British Business Schools in the world’s top 40. The Economist ranks the world’s top 100 schools based on two surveys: The composition and qualityContinue reading