The Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity (CFCI) is a research hub for the Faculty of Business and Law at Coventry University. Our research centre was established in 2017 with the purpose of exploring the complex interrelationships between economics,finance, accounting and law that together inform transformative events facing global corporations and affect relevant stakeholders in terms of social, economic and environmental welfare and sustainability. Our moto reads “Eradicate Economic Inequality and Corruption by Celebrating Corporate Integrity and Individual Accountability”. As such, we aim to provide solutions to both national and international problems that not only affect current global citizens but our future generations as well.
Reporting to the Faculty Research Centre Executive Director, the post of the Professor of Corporate Finance and Governance is a key role aiming to provide strategic direction, academic leadership and management of research for the relevant theme of the CFCI. Primary responsibilities includes (i) the provision of strategic leadership and vision, (ii) developing and leading a team of academic/ research staff and post-graduate researchers (PhDs) to deliver research outputs of international quality; (iii) obtaining, planning and managing the resources required to deliver research projects, amongst other.
The post holder will be part of a dynamic team, actively contributing to the research strategy and activities of CFCI. Candidates must have an extensive track record of publishing at the international level (3* and above), managing high performance teams, substantial project management skills, business development experience, and expertise in networking and developing strategic partnerships.
Further details are available from Professor Panagiotis Andrikopoulos,Executive Director of the CFCI – *email address protected*
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