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Dr Tony Moore

Lecturer in Finance

Programme Director, MSc in Financial Regulation
Programme Director, MSc Regulation and Compliance
Programme Director, MA by Research in Economic History

Tony Moore

Specialisms

  • History of finance, 
  • Medieval history, 
  • Contemporary attitudes to finance

Location

ICMA Centre, Whiteknights Campus

Dr Tony Moore is Lecturer in Finance at the ICMA Centre. He is Programme Director of the MSc in Financial Regulation, a part-time degree for practicing regulators offered in collaboration with the Financial Conduct Authority. He convenes the modules ‘Stakeholders and the Business of Finance’ and the Research Project/Dissertation options for the MSc and ‘Topics in Finance’ for third-year undergraduates. He is currently programme director of the MA by Research in Economic History in the Centre for Economic History and has taught for the Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies and the Department of History.

Previously he worked as Research Associate on two historical finance projects directed by Professors Adrian Bell and Chris Brooks. The first (2007-2010), funded by the ESRC examined the early sovereign debt market – focusing on the relationships between the Three Edwards (kings of England 1272-1377) and a succession of Italian merchant societies that served as ‘bankers to the Crown’. The second (2011-2014), funded by the Leverhulme Trust, investigated the early history of the Foreign Exchange market in medieval Europe. For more information on these projects, see apps.icmacentre.reading.ac.uk/medievalcredit/. Before joining the ICMA Centre, he completed a BA in History, an MPhil in Medieval History and a PhD at the University of Cambridge and worked on a one-year research project at the University of Sheffield.

His chief research areas are the history of finance and medieval history – and especially the history of finance during the Middle Ages. He is series editor of Palgrave Studies in the History of Finance. Other interests include contemporary perceptions of finance, the social utility of finance and the history of regulation.

Trends in Finance

This module aims to provide students with an understanding of how finance has evolved over time and where it may develop in the future. In the first half of...

Module code: IC207

FinTech Regulation and Data Protection

Regulation is often seen as an obstacle to innovation, or innovation as a way of avoiding regulations. However, successful Fintech products and services must comply with the letter and spirit...

Module code: ICM320

Stakeholders and the Business of Finance

This module seeks to establish a wide-ranging, substantive foundation for the study of financial regulation through developing a strategic understanding of the financial sector’s landscape, the business and underlying activities...

Module code: ICM131

Topics in Finance

Provides students with an understanding of finance and the ability to place financial innovations within a contemporary and historical framework. Modules will vary from year to year but may include...

Module code: IC310

Past Events

2nd September 2017 University of Tübingen, Germany
6th September 2017 Selwyn College Cambridge
22nd November 2017 ICMA centre, Reading University
31st May 2018 University of Jyväskylä, Finland
11th May 2017 Charles University, Prague
23rd March 2017 Utrecht University, Domplein 29, 3512 JE Utrecht, Netherlands