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ICMA Centre Academic elected to Board of Directors of the European Financial Management Association

Dr Simone Varotto, Teaching Fellow at the ICMA Centre has recently been elected to the Board of Directors of the European Financial Management Association.

The European Financial Management Association was founded in 1994 by Prof. John Doukas to encourage research and disseminate knowledge about financial decision making in all areas of finance as it relates to European corporations, financial institutions and capital markets. To achieve its objectives, the European Financial Management Association provides its membership with a refereed journal, the European Financial Management, and holds Annual Meetings at which members exchange ideas, present and discuss their research. European Financial Management Association membership consists of academics, practitioners and students from Europe and the rest of the world who are interested in the practice of sound financial management techniques and are dedicated in understanding and solving financial problems.

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Published 12 February 2010

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