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Cutting-edge expert commentary, analysis and business insights on the financial issues of the day from Cambridge Judge Business School's global faculty, associates and guest speakers.

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Cutting-edge expert commentary, analysis and business insights on the financial issues of the day from Cambridge Judge Business School's global faculty, associates and guest speakers.

    Islamic finance: the future is great

    Islamic finance: the future is great

    The Islamic finance industry is facing a great future, not only because it offers a stable banking system, but also because its benefits are being realised by a greater number of people.

    Launching his new Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education programme on Islamic finance, Dr Kamal Munir, Reader in Strategy & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, says the British government's move to issue an Islamic bond is good news for the industry.

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    Islamic finance – conservative, safe and growing dramatically

    Islamic finance – conservative, safe and growing dramatically

    The Islamic finance industry is emerging as a crucial component of the future global financial architecture. Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education is launching a new programme focused on the sector.

    Dr Kamal Munir says Islamic banks weathered the financial crisis better and outperformed all conventional banks. Their unique services are attracting investors and clients in many parts of the world outside their traditional areas.

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    European Finance Association AGM for Cambridge

    European Finance Association AGM for Cambridge

    Renowned finance academics and leading practitioners will rub shoulders this summer when Cambridge Judge Business School hosts the European Finance Association's AGM.

    Staging this prestigious event (a first for Cambridge) will enhance the research profile of the business school says the Association's Vice President, Raghavendra Rau, who chairs the EFA's organising committee.

    • 7 Min.
    Bonus cap for Euro bankers is a step forward

    Bonus cap for Euro bankers is a step forward

    The European Union's move to cap bankers' bonuses is a step in the right direction - it's the first time that the EU has reached a consensus on legislation for the sector - but does not go far enough, says Dr Bang Dang Nguyen, who feels all areas of banking should face greater regulation.

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    Increase transparency around proxy voting

    Increase transparency around proxy voting

    Dr Pedro Saffi repeats his call for greater transparency around proxy voting and the part played by institutional investors as he outlines a paper to the prestigious American Finance Association. Corporate governance is important to institutional investors, and the proxy process is an important channel for corporate governance.

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    Finance is less about profits and more about value

    Finance is less about profits and more about value

    Professor Raghavendra Rau talks about his Executive Education programme, the Cambridge Financial Management Certificate of Achievement, which offers a comprehensive introduction to the major concepts of the theory underpinning finance.

    The programmes available in the Certificate explore finance from different perspectives, and are aimed at those switching into financial positions or those who've already made the transition.

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