Centre for Asset Management Research

What we do

The Centre for Asset Management Research is a forum for the discussion of the challenges facing the asset management industry. Our Centre benefits from the depth of academic expertise in asset management at Bayes Business School and also from its proximity to the City, the heart of the asset management industry.

Our activities

  • The pursuit and conduct of pioneering research on industry-relevant issues;
  • The hosting of conferences, workshops and breakfast meetings to serve as a forum for discussion for the Asset Management Research Centre's academic members and industry participants;
  • The provision of specialist consulting services to the asset management industry;
  • The development and delivery of industry-informed education programmes for the asset management industry.

Events to date

We have held a number of well-attended international conferences on asset management on various topics. The theme of our latest conference was "Institutional Investors and Climate Risk". The line-up for the conference was an exciting mix of leading practitioners and academics.  These included, Eugenia Unanyants-Jackson (Head of ESG Research, Allianz Global Investors), George S. Dallas (Policy Director, International Corporate Governance Network), Zacharias Sautner (Frankfurt School of Finance & Management), Bige Kahraman Alper (Saïd Business School, Oxford University), Anastasia Petraki (Head of Policy Research at Schroders ), Edward Baker (PRI Senior Specialist at Climate and Energy Transition) and Amir Amel-Zadeh (Saïd Business School, Oxford University).


Due to the strength and depth of our faculty in this area, we are able to deliver courses across all aspects of asset management. For over 20 years we have offered an MSc in Investment Management. Our programme is founded on three principles: academic rigor, relevant knowledge and an international orientation.