Dr Nikolaos Antypas is a Lecturer in Finance and Exams Officer for the ICMA Centre Postgraduate Programmes. He joined the ICMA Centre, Henley Business School, in September 2018. He has a PhD in Finance from the University of Reading (Henley Business School), an MSc degree in Finance from ALBA Graduate Business School, and a BA in Marketing from Athens University of Economics and Business.
He has published his collaborative work on the improvements of acquisition returns due to changes in Corporate Governance in the Journal of Corporate Finance. His research areas include Mergers and Acquisitions, Corporate Governance and CEO Turnover and Succession.
Dr Antypas’ research interests primarily focus on Mergers and Acquisitions, Corporate Governance, CEO related issues, such as performance, turnover and succession planning, and ESG corporate activities. Specifically, he has studied the shift in stock market performance of acquiring firms after the recovery from the financial crisis in 2008; his study highlights improved corporate governance as the main actor of the improved performance. Dr Antypas is also part of the Accounting and Auditing Research Group (AARG).
Dr Antypas also has experience in Executive Education for Big Four auditing firms and top investment banks. He has covered topics on corporate finance, valuation, M&As, and leveraged buyouts, among others.
Introductory Quantitative Techniques for Business and Finance
This module introduces students to a range of quantitative techniques that are commonly applied in business, finance and management. The module will cover both introductory statistics and mathematical techniques that...
Portfolio Management (BSc)
The module aims to build on the techniques for portfolio selection that have been introduced in the Securities, Futures and Options module. The module examines the issues involved in understanding...