Andrea Finegan

University of East Anglia

PhD researcher

 

Biography
I joined NBS in September 2011 as a lecturer in Corporate Finance having already taught as an Associate Tutor for six months. Previously I spent 20 years in investment banking and investment management for European financial institutions.  I moved from structured finance lending at Deutsche Bank to infrastructure financial advisory work with Barclays Capital into investment management with Innisfree, ING and Climate Change Capital.

I graduated from Loughborough University with a first class BA (Hons) in Business Administration with a modern language and also hold an MBA in Strategic Carbon Management with distinction from UEA.

I am a Fellow of the Institute of Directors and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Key Research Interests
I am interested in research in the areas of responsible investment, carbon finance, project finance.

I am currently working on my PhD (part-time) looking at the impact of climate change on the cost of capital.

Publication of Book Chapter:

Diaz-Rainey, I, Finegan, A, Ibikunle, G, Tulloch, D (2014) ‘Institutional Investment in the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme’, In: Hawley, J, Hoepner, A, Johnson, K, Sandberg, J, Waitzer, E (Eds.), Handbook of Institutional Investment and Fiduciary Duty, Cambridge University Press & UN Principles For Responsible Investment (with foreword by Al Gore)

Research Group Membership
Accounting, Finance and Governance Research Group

Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research

 

Research areas