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Five NEOMA BS researchers, working with professionals who speak in the NEOMA BS Specialised Master in International Financial Analysis programme, have produced a dossier for the journal of SFAF, the French Society of Financial Analysts.

The dossier, “Finance Research,” appeared in issue no. 60 (July-September 2016) of the journal “Analyse Financière,” reviews finance research in the light of the new problems that have appeared since the financial crisis.
In response to its member’s wish to understand current research trends in this field, the journal approached researchers and teachers in the NEOMA BS programme, which appeared for the first time this year in the Financial Times “Global Masters in Finance programmes” ranking, to produce a series of research articles.

The articles in this dossier cover topical issues to help invent a new societal business model. It is up to us researchers, working together with professionals (bankers, fund analysts, assets managers, traders, etc.) to think about ways to make finance serve the economy once again. It is also our job to discuss our thoughts with our Finance Master students” explain Catherine KARYOTIS, researcher and director of the NEOMA Business School SM in International Financial Analysis, and Joseph ONOCHIE, Finance professor at Baruch College, New York.

This collaboration with our researchers continues the long tradition of close links between NEOMA BS and SFAF, an association of 1 600 experts in financial analysis with an important role not only in representing the profession with regard to other finance industry players, but also in the field of training.

One example of these links was the School’s participation in the major debate organised in 2012 to celebrate the association’s 50th anniversary. Catherine KARYOTIS took part in a panel discussion alongside among others Carol Sirou, President of Standard & Poor's France and Maurice Levy, President of the Board of the Publicis Group.

We congratulate our researchers Stéphane DUBREUILLE, Stéphane FOURNEAUX, Catherine KARYOTIS Sébastien LLEO, and Imen MEJRI HAMDI and the professionals who worked with them for this contribution.

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