Dr Nicholas Ryder signs for Searching Finance

Written by Ashwin Rattan Friday, 16 December 2011 09:26
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Searching Finance is delighted to announce that Dr. Nicholas Ryder has signed with us to publish a monograph on the future of the credit union movement.

Some more about Nicholas ...

Dr. Nicholas Ryder is an internationally recognised expert on money laundering, terrorist financing and credit unions.   

His research interests include money laundering, terrorist financing, fraud, banking regulation and aspects of consumer credit.  He has an outstanding record of research which includes over thirty refereed articles, four invited book chapters, twenty two professional articles and twenty invited lectures and refereed conference papers.  

Nicholas has recently published three monographs and is currently writing an innovative commercial law project for Cambridge University Press.  

His research has been disseminated, by request to a broad range of organisations and institutions including HM Treasury, the Welsh Assembly Government, the Irish Government, the Wales Co-operative Council, the National Association of Credit Union Workers, the South West Fraud Forum, the Wales Fraud Forum and the Financial Services Authority.  Nicholas has also undertaken consultancy work for a wide range of organisations including Orange Telecommunications, France Telecom, the North Wales Confederation of the Law Society and the National Audit Office.  

He is the co-convenor of the Banking and Finance Stream for the Society of Legal Scholars since 2006, a member of the South West Fraud Forum Steering Committee, the Wales Law Forum, the Credit Union Research Forum and the European Society for Banking and Financial Law.  Academically, he is a Reader in Law at the University of the West of England and has previously taught at the University of Glamorgan, Swansea University and the University of Cork College Ireland.  

He has also acted as an external examiner at Robert Gordon University (Aberdeen), Liverpool John Moores University, University of East London, University of Hertfordshire and the University of Wolverhampton.

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