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.
Accounting and Finance at Henley Business School has been ranked 9th in the UK in the Guardian University League Tables 2017, climbing 3 places since last year. The subject area also gained excellent results in elsewhere in the table, with 96% satisfied with their course and 91% satisfied with the teaching. Part of the triple-accredited Henley Business School, the ICMAContinue reading
The Complete University Guide 2017 has announced that Accounting and Finance at Henley Business School has moved up to 14 overall in the UK out of over 100 institutions. The same subject area was ranked in the UK top 10 for graduate prospects and quality of research. Part of the triple-accredited Henley Business School, the ICMA Centre delivers a rangeContinue reading
Dr Ioannis Oikonomou, Associate Professor in Finance at the ICMA Centre, has won the student driven RUSU Teaching Excellence Award for Henley Business School. As part of the annual Reading University Student’s Union (RUSU) Excellence Awards, students at the University of Reading were asked to nominate staff that they believed to have gone above and beyond expectations. The RUSU websiteContinue reading
Professor of Finance at the ICMA Centre Dr Andreas Hoepner addressed an audience of Henley Business School students and external visitors at this year’s Henley Business School Public Lecture. The lecture, titled “Investing in sin firms: is vice really nice?”, brought into question a paper published by Hong & Kacperczyk in 2009, which claimed that so called “sin firms” –Continue reading