School of Banking & Finance - PhD, Edith Cowan University | MBA, Edith Cowan University | MPhil, UNSW Australia | BCom (1st Class Hons), National University of Science and Technology
Jerry is a Professor of Finance and Director of Academic Strategy at UNSW Business School, Sydney, Australia and a Visiting Scholar at the Stern School of Business, New York University. He served as Head of School - Banking and Finance at UNSW from 2011-2017. Jerry's research specializes in investment management and financial markets and is published in world leading journals in his discipline.
He has experience in investment banking and consulting to industry on issues relating to funds management, security valuation and market quality. He has been instrumental in the launch of the Adviser Ratings Licensee Rating system and is the Chair of its Rating Committee. He is a member of the FINSIA Industry Council for Institutional Markets. Jerry has served on the Credit Suisse Endowment Advisory Council and the Management Committee of the Capital Markets Cooperative Research Centre (now Rozetta Institute).
He is a regular speaker at local and international industry and academic forums, is a member of a central bank board, and runs a volunteer network of experts for the development of early career and aspiring financial economics researchers in African countries.
From This Author
Investing in the stock market: buy shares now or hold off?
Share markets are in turmoil, with volatility that hasn’t been seen since 2020. And with some stock prices plummeting – is now a good time to buy?
How financial advice helps to deter financial crime
There are lesser-known benefits to having financial advisers in the community, like fewer cases of financial crime, a UNSW Business School study has found
How investors hold on in a time of low-interest rates
Institutional players are resisting a hazardous hunt for yield
Why you should add entrepreneurs to your board
A new study identifies a hotbed of expertise to boost firm value
When hedgies outshine their institutional counterparts
New research examines how hedge funds use insider information
What should advisers get paid to push managed funds?
Small variations in fees can have large consequences
An opportunity for the financial services industry to clean up its act
In no less than three places in the ‘Consumer Outcomes’ sections of the government’s response to the Financial System Inquiry document released on October 20,