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Adrian Bell announced as ICMA Centre Head of School

For many years Adrian was Director of Teaching and Learning, and for the last year has been Head of Pre-Experience Postgraduate Programmes across Henley Business School.

Adrian will continue his research into the History of Finance - currently with Chris Brooks and Tony Moore into Medieval FX markets; and Football finance! For a recent opinion piece on medieval rate fixing see a piece written for Bloomberg.

Adrian's most recent media appearance was on BBC Radio 4's The Long View, where he was joined by Nick Leeson, the rogue trader who brought down Barings Bank; former Deputy Governor of the Bank of England, Sir John Gieve; John Coggan of the Economist and Performance poet, Attila the Stockbroker. You can listen to this broadcast on the BBC's iPlayer.

Published 1 August 2012
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