Academic Journal Articles

  1. Do investors value frequent issuers in securitization?, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, forthcoming, (with Solomon Y Deku and Nodirbek Karimov)
  2. Brexit Referendum and the UK Securitization Market, Applied Economics Letters, forthcoming, (with Nodirbek Karimov and Anh Phuong Nguyen) 
  3. ​The predictive strength of MBS yield spreads during asset bubblesReview of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 2021, Vol 56. pp 111–142 (with Solomon Y Deku and Artur Semeyutin)
  4. Chair-CEO generation gap and bank risk-taking,  British Accounting Review, 2019, Vol 51. (4), pp 352-372 (with Yifan Zhou and Philip Molyneux) 
  5. Securitization, bank behaviour and financial stability: A systematic review of the recent empirical literature, International Review of Financial Analysis, 2019 (online in 2018), Vol. 61, pp 245-254 (with Solomon Y Deku and Yifan Zhou)
  6. Trustee reputation in securitization: When does it matter?,  Financial Markets, Institutions and Instruments, 2019, Vol. 28(2), pp 61-84. Lead Article (with Solomon Y Deku and David Marques-Ibanez)
  7. Securitization and credit quality in the European market,  European Financial Management, 2019 (online in 2018), Vol. 25(2), pp 407-434  (with David Marques-Ibanez and Steven Ongena)
    • Also published as: The Federal Reserve Board, 2015, International Finance Discussion Papers 1148 and International Monetary Fund (IMF), 2016, Working Paper, WP/16/221
  8. Household access to mortgages in the UK,  Journal of Financial Services Research, 2017, Vol. 52(3), pp 253–275 (with Philip Molyneux)
  9. Securitization and lending standards: Evidence from the European wholesale loan market, Journal of Financial Stability, 2016, Vol. 26, pp.107-127 (with David Marques-Ibanez and Steven Ongena)
    • An earlier version of is also published in International Financial Discussion Paper, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, August 2015, Number 1141.
  10. Access to consumer credit in the UK, The European Journal of Finance, 2016, Vol. 22(10), pp.941-964 (with Solomon Y. Deku and Philip Molyneux)
  11. Securitisation and banking risks: what do we know so far?, Review of Behavioural Finance, 2015, Vol 8 (1), pp. 2-16 (with Aydin Ozkan and Yener Altunbas)
  12. Determinants of syndicated lending in European banks and the impact of the financial crisis, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money, 2014, Vol. 32, pp. 473–490 (with Barry Howcroft and David Marques-Ibanez)
  13. Asymmetric information among lenders and the value of repeat lendingJournal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money, 2012, Vol. 22 (4), pp. 913–935 (with Blaise Gadanecz and Philip Molyneux)
    • An earlier version is also published as: The value of repeat lending, Bank of International Settlements Working Paper Series, July 2011, 29 pp., No 350.
  14. The rationale behind Informal Finance:  Evidence from Roscas in Bolivia, Journal of Developing Areas, 2011, Vol. 45, pp.191-209 (with Yener Altunbas and Sebastian Donoso)
  15. Why do banks join loan syndications? The case of participant banks, The Service Industries Journal, 2011, Vol. 31(9), pp.1063-1075 (with Yener Altunbas)
  16. Large debt financing: Syndicated loans versus corporate bonds, The European Journal of Finance, 2010, Vol. 16 (5), pp. 437-458 (with Yener Altunbas and David Marques-Ibanez)
  17. Corporate governance and corporate ownership: The investment behaviour of Japanese institutional investorCentral Bank of Spain Occasional Papers, 2007, 54 pp., No 0703,  (with Yener Altunbas and Adrian van Rixtel).
  18. The evolution of syndicated loan markets, The Service Industries Journal, 2006, Vol. 26(6), pp. 689-707(with Yener Altunbas and Blaise Gadanecz)
  19. Do credit markets have faith in IMF imprimatur?Journal of World Economic Review, 2006, Vol 1(2), pp.221-239 (with Yener Altunbas and Shanti Chakravarty)
  20. Key factors affecting internationally active banks' decisions to participate in loan syndications, Applied Economic Letters, 2005, Vol.12 (4), pp.249-253. (with Yener Altunbas and Blaise Gadanecz)