Cambridge Judge Business School is delighted to announce that Professor Avanidhar Subrahmanyam, Goldyne and Irwin Hearsh Professor of Finance at UCLA Anderson School of Management in California, has taken up the Pembroke Visiting Professorship of International Finance.
Professor Subrahmanyam will occupy the post from 26 September until 19 December and will collaborate in research with finance faculty and participate in the School’s programme of engagement with the finance industry. He will also engage in the scholastic, social and intellectual life of Pembroke College and will live in college accommodation.
Having been honoured as Top 100 most inspiring alums of all time on the 75th anniversary of the Anderson School at UCLA, Professor Subrahmanyam also won the James LuValle Distinguished Service Award from the Graduate Students Association at UCLA for dedication and service to the Graduate Student body as a member of the Academic Senate in May 2011. He has also written one of the most cited papers published in the Journal of Financial Economics on market microstructure and asset pricing.
The Pembroke Visiting Professorship of International Finance is a newly established visiting professorship, with the appointed professor holding the post for a maximum of six months. The inaugural post holder was Hayne Leland, a professor of the Graduate School at the University of California, Berkeley and a former President of the American Finance Association, who held the position from 24 April to 25 June 2012.