Professor Serafeim Tsoukas
- Professor in Corporate Finance and Banking (Accounting & Finance)
Serafeim Tsoukas joined the Adam Smith Business School in January 2011 and was previously an ESRC postdoctoral fellow at the University of Nottingham. He holds an Economics PhD from the University of Nottingham and further Finance and Economics degrees from the Universities of Nottingham (MSc) and Patras (BSc).
Serafeim has held visiting research positions at the Bank for International Settlements, the Bank of Portugal, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and Columbia Business School.
Serafeim is a member of the Finance research cluster.
Areas of expertise:
- Corporate finance
- Bank lending
- Firm performance
- Credit risk modelling
- SIRE - Early Career Engagement Grant, August 2013
- Adam Smith Research Foundation - Asian bond markets, December 2012
- Carnegie Trust - Research Grant, October 2011
- BESTS - University of Nottingham, November 2010
- Universitas 21 - Visiting fellowship, October 2010
- Fitch Ratings - Market Implied Ratings, January 2008
- ESRC - New Directions in the Economics of Finance, Postdoctoral Fellowship, October 2008
- International Banking and Financial Markets (MSc), University of Glasgow
- Financial Management in Banking (MSc)
- 2011-2016: Corporate Finance and Investment (MSc), University of Glasgow
- 2011-2016: Modern Theory of Banking and Finance (MSc), University of Glasgow
- 2008-2010: Financial Econometrics (MSc), University of Nottingham
- 2007-2008: Financial Economics, Applied Economics, University of Newcastle
- 2004-2007: Macroeconomic Theory, Introductory Econometrics, Quantitative Methods, University of Nottingham