Brexit - What impact on the European financial places and banking institutions
By Terence Tse, Associate Professor of Finance, ESCP Europe Business School
with Marine Giannini at email@example.com by Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017
Dr Tse is an Associate Professor of Finance at the London campus of ESCP Europe Business School. He has lectured executives and post-graduate level students in top business schools among them ESCP Europe Business School, Cambridge Judge Business School, Vlerick Business School, Aalto Executive Education as well as companies including YIT, Rexam, China Merchant Securities, France Telecom, Yahoo!, Indian Oil, and Indian Railway. These lectures brought him to different countries including Austria, China, Finland, France, Romania, Russia, Singapore, Syria, Tunisia, the UK, and the US. His approach to the subject of finance and economics tends to emphasise the applications of concepts, and, as a result, often receives accolade from students especially the executives.
His teaching approach also reflects his industry experience. Currently, he is advising the European Commission and the European Parliament. Before joining academia, Dr Tse worked in mergers and acquisitions at Schroders, Citibank and Lazard Brothers in Montréal and New York. He also worked in London as a consultant at Ernst & Young focusing on UK financial services. Additionally, as an independent consultant, he advised Shell International, F&C Asset Management, Alliance Boots, Alitalia as well as a Cambridge University-based biotech start-up.
In addition to frequent appearance in academic publications, Dr Tse writes regularly on the Huffington Post Blog. Moreover, he has written for the Harvard Business Review Italia, the Greek edition of The Economist, The Guardian as well as Les Echoes. Dr Tse has also made appearance on Chinese, French and Greek televisions.
He is also Head of Competitiveness Studies at i7 Institute for Innovation and Competitiveness, an academic think-tank based in Paris and London. Moreover, Dr Tse is a faculty of the Microeconomics of Competitiveness Curriculum developed by the Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness at Harvard Business School.
He was chosen in May 2013 as “Professor of the week” by the Financial Times for the FT Lexicon.
Dr Tse obtained PhD from the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, UK. He also hold a Master of Arts in Corporate Strategy and Governance from the University of Nottingham, UK, and a Master of Economics from the Universität des Saarlandes, Germany. He earned my Bachelor of Arts in German and Economics from the Western University, Canada.