I joined Sheffield Hallam University in September 2018, and teach on various banking and finance modules that reflect my critical research interests. These include areas of specialist banking and post-crisis banking regulation, as well as the politics of regulation, financialisation, financial crisis and heterodox economics.
I submitted my PhD thesis, entitled "A critique of post-crisis structural and prudential banking regulation: the UK case", at the University of Manchester Alliance Manchester Business School and await viva examination in December 2018.
Over a 15 year period, I worked in numerous London-based banking institutions (Natwest, RBS, HBoS and Lloyds) as a Director — specialising in mid-market private equity-based leveraged buy-outs. I also held senior positions in loan origination, portfolio management and secondary trading of primary flow and distressed situations, and sit on the European Loan Market Association’s Legal Documentation and Trade Practices Committee.
2019 (forthcoming) Ph.D (University of Manchester)
1999 LL.M (Hons) (Lancaster)
1998 LL.B (Hons) (Lancaster)
University of Manchester
2014 - 2018 Teaching Global MBA (Manchester, Sao Paulo, Dubai & Hong Kong)
Leading and Managing in a Global Environment
(Sheffield Hallam University)
Risk Management in Banking
International Financial Management
Financial Services Regulation and Ethics
(University of Manchester)
Financial Crisis, Financial Cycles and Uncertainty
Department of Finance, Accounting and Business Systems
Sheffield Business School
Finance and Banking
(2019) Prudential Regulation and Management Bricoleurs: Evidence from a UK Banking Takeover
Crowther, I. and Ertürk, I., (2016) 'Post-crisis bank regulation and financialized bank business models', in The Routledge Companion to Banking Regulation and Reform, p.273.
Crowther, I., and Glover, P. M. (2012) 'Rights of last look: legitimate tool or abuse of the auction process', in Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law, pp. 608-611, Nov ed., London.