Santiago Carbo leaves the UK and joins CUNEF as Professor of Economics and Finance

Madrid, September 19 (European Press) –

Economist Santiago Carbo has moved his residence from the United Kingdom to Madrid, where he has taken up the new position of Professor of Economics and Finance at CUNEF (University College of Financial Studies), an institution with which he had intermittently collaborated in previous years. years and who now joins full time.

In addition, the professor will be a representative of the Center on the Academic Council of the European Banking Institute, the “think tank” of the European Central Bank, an organization in which CUNEF was recently invited to participate.

Santiago Carbo, who has an academic career of over 25 years and a large number of papers and articles published in the field of the banking sector and its regulation, is Professor of Economics and Finance at Bangor University (UK).

In addition, he holds the position of Director of Financial Studies for the Savings Banks Foundation (FONCAS) and Independent Director of Sicabank. Professor Carbo is also President of the International Banking, Economics and Finance Association (IBEFA) and a member of the Group of Economic Advisers of the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA).

It cooperates with public institutions such as the European Central Bank and the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, as well as with prestigious international financial institutions and consulting firms.

Carbo appears among the “Top 20” Spanish expatriate researchers according to Webometrics, which uses citations in Google Scholar. Carbo holds a degree in Economics from the University of Valencia, and a PhD in Economics and a Masters in Banking and Finance from the University of Wales, Bangor (UK).

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CUNEF has brought on board another 25 new professors this academic year from top universities and business schools around the world. These include Claudia Hobcaw, from the London School of Economics; Kremina Slavova, from Middlesex University Business School; Toni de Moragas, from the European University Institute (EUI), and Miguel Carlo Reyes de Jesús, from Pompeu Fabra University, who join the Center as exclusive research professors.

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