Founded in 2006 by the Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance (CERF), Cambridge Finance aims to secure a research community of the highest international standard and reputation by bringing together the various research centres in finance within the University of Cambridge. Cambridge Finance holds international conferences, regular seminars and weekly workshops, all designed to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and promote cross-discipline working.
Cambridge Finance has among its ranks leading experts in finance and international law. The research interests range widely, covering topics such as regulation and the macroeconomics of markets, asset allocation and risk management, derivative pricing, econometrics, microstructure modelling, liquidity and interaction effects, and finance law.
In addition to CFAP, the other research centres within Cambridge Finance are: