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.
On Thursday 2 July, the ICMA Centre at Henley Business School hosted its fourth annual Stock Market Competition for sixth form and college students interested in a career in finance and trading. The competition took place in the ICMA Centre’s world-class trading rooms, and after an exciting day, Greg Dean and Nischal Timalsina from Bulmershe School were awarded iPadsContinue reading
FT Masters in Finance ranking 2015 – 32nd in the world and 8th in the UK Henley Business School continues to be highly ranked with students enjoying an even better start to their careers: 87% are employed within three months of graduation – a world top 30 position. World-class teaching and learning The Henley finance programmes are taught at ourContinue reading
Following the inauguration of the new World Maritime University (WMU) campus on Tuesday, 19 May in Malmö, Henley Business School and WMU signed a Memorandum of Understanding on academic collaboration. WMU is a leading postgraduate maritime university founded by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), a specialized agency of the United Nations. The memorandum aims to establish a long-term relationship between the twoContinue reading
Dr Ioannis Oikonomou and Professor Chris Brooks’ work on the connection between firm sustainability and the pricing of corporate bonds was recently honoured with the Outstanding Publication Award from the Financial Review academic journal. The Financial Review is an internationally recognised journal which publishes rigorous and original research providing insights into all areas of financial economics. It is the officialContinue reading