Linda is a Lecturer in Finance at the ICMA Centre, having begun that role in September 2017.
Linda carried out her doctoral research in bank regulation in the UK in the period 1946-79, using archival research. Her research investigated the regulatory, competition and institutional factors which underpinned clearing bank stability and compliance in that period. Linda’s book The Regulation of the London Clearing Banks, 1946-1971: Stability and Compliance draws upon her thesis.
Before beginning her doctoral research, Linda worked in a variety of accounting, treasury management, financial management, project management and system implementation roles. She qualified as Chartered Management Accountant in 1997 and became a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants in 2006.
Strategic Planning and Budgeting
In order to raise capital from financiers or secure funding via government grants it is always necessary to produce a robust financial plan. This plan will then be used as...