CEAM Academic Director & Invesco Reader in Finance, Cambridge Judge Business School
CEAM Chairman, Cambridge Judge Business School
CEAM Executive Director
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Sarah Carter is Executive Director of the University of Cambridge’s Centre for Endowment Asset Management, and previously set up and managed the Master of Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School. Before that, she worked for Plan International and for the United Nations Association. She has undertaken PhD coursework and research at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, and was awarded an MA with distinction in International Studies by Durham University and a BA (Hons) in Psychology by the University of Hertfordshire.
CEAM Centre Administrator
CEAM Research Associate in Finance
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Vaska joined CEAM as a postdoctoral Research Associate in February 2020. She holds a BSc in International Economics from the University of Essex, an MPhil in Finance and a PhD in Finance from Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. Prior to returning to full time education for her MPhil and PhD degrees, Vaska spent four years as an econometrics consultant in London. She does research on responsible investing topics such as ethical and sector exclusions, impact investing, green bonds and environmental, social and governance issues.
Research Associate, Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge
Lecturer in Finance, the University of Exeter Business School
William N. Goetzmann
Research Fellow (Finance), Cambridge Judge Business School
Edwin J. Beinecke Professor of Finance & Management Studies, Yale School of Management
Head of International Department, Reserve Bank of Australia
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Dr Bradley Jones is Head of the International Department at the Reserve Bank of Australia. In this role he advises the Governors and Board on international developments and oversees the management of the Bank’s foreign exchange reserves and its engagement with international institutions. Prior to joining the RBA, he was a senior advisor for five years at the IMF in Washington DC, and before that, spent a decade at Deutsche Bank in London and Hong Kong in research and trading roles. He has a first-class honours degree in economics and a PhD in international finance. He is a research affiliate at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and a fellow at the Judge Business School Centre for Endowment Asset Management.
Research Fellow, Centre for Endowment Asset Management
University Senior Lecturer in Finance, Cambridge Judge Business School
Research Fellow, Centre for Endowment Asset Management
Associate Professor of Accounting, LSE
Director of Research at Invesco Quantitative Strategies
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Dr Harald Lohre is Director of Research at Invesco Quantitative Strategies. He leads the Frankfurt Research Team and is a member of the management team responsible for strategic planning and direction. His work has been published widely in academic and practitioner journals, and he is the winner of The Sir Clive Granger Memorial Best Paper Prize. In addition to being a Fellow at Cambridge Judge Business School, Harald is also a Visiting Research Fellow at the Centre of Financial Econometrics, Asset Markets and Macroeconomic Policy at Lancaster University Management School, and he serves on the research committee of Inquire Europe as well as the editorial board of the Journal of Systematic Investing.
Fellow (Visiting), Cambridge Judge Business School
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Hiromichi (Hiro) Mizuno is the former Chief Investment Officer of Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF). Mr Mizuno led GPIF, the world’s largest pension fund, to embrace a long-term vision with a commitment to sustainable investing. He serves on the boards of Tesla and the Principles for Responsible Investment, and is an advisor to the World Economic Forum, Milken Institute, CFA Institute, and several Japanese government ministries. Prior to joining GPIF, Mr Mizuno was a partner of Coller Capital, a London-based private equity firm.
Sir Evelyn de Rothschild Professor of Finance, Cambridge Judge Business School
Professor of Finance and Julian Price Distinguished Scholar of Finance
UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School
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Dr Adam Reed researches asset pricing, with a focus on short selling. His work has been published in the top finance journals, and it has featured the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times. Adam has won a number of research awards and teaching awards, and he was named one of “The World’s Best 40 B-School Profs Under the Age of 40” by Poets & Quants and Fortune. He served as a research consultant for the US Securities and Exchange Commission and as a member of the board directors for a number of organizations. Adam received a bachelors degree in mathematics and economics with honors from the University of California at Berkeley, and a doctorate in finance from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Reader in Financial Economics, Cambridge Judge Business School
Fellow (Finance), Cambridge Judge Business School
Senior Bursar, Clare College, University of Cambridge
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Paul joined Clare College as Bursar in September 2013, prior to which he served as Bursar of Corpus Christi College for five years. Paul has a wealth of knowledge and experience derived from nearly three decades working in professional investment management, including Putnam Investments in Boston where he was CEO of Global and US Core equities.