Dr Kim Cuong Ly
Lecturer
Accounting & Finance
Telephone: (01792) 513237
Room: Office 229 - 229
Second Floor
School of Management
Bay Campus

Dr Kim Cuong Ly has recently joined School of Management, Swansea University as a Lecturer in Finance since January 2017. She has been awarded a PhD in Finance from University of Glasgow. Prior to pursuing her PhD, she graduated from Bangor University, the UK for a MSc degree in Banking and Finance (Distinction) (2012) and Banking University, Vietnam for a BSc degree in Banking and Finance (2010).
Her main research of interest is banking focusing on bank risk, merger and acquisition, bank capital and liquidity. She has published in academic finance journals including International Review of Financial Analysis, and Research in International Business and Finance.
Honours and Awards: the Adam Smith Business School PhD Scholarship 2013, the best tutor awards honoured twice by Accounting and Finance Department, University of Glasgow 2015-2016.

Publications

  1. & Can parents protect their children? Risk comparison analysis between affiliates of multi- and single-bank holding companies. Journal of Financial Stability 37, 1-10.
  2. & Funding liquidity risk and internal market in the multi-bank holding companies: Diversification or internalization?. International Review of Financial Analysis 57, 77-89.
  3. & Who acquires whom among stand-alone commercial banks and bank holding company affiliates?. International Review of Financial Analysis 54, 144-158.
  4. & Were regulatory interventions effective in lowering systemic risk during the financial crisis in Japan?. Journal of Multinational Financial Management 41, 80-91.
  5. et. al. Future directions in international financial integration research - A crowdsourced perspective. International Review of Financial Analysis 55, 35-49.

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Teaching

  • MN-2502 Financial Markets and Institutions

    The financial sector is one of the most dynamic sectors of a modern global economic system. Innovations within the financial system of developed economies have been increasingly important in recent years and they have been evolving continuously. It is, therefore, important to analyse and understand the main institutions in financial markets, and examine the nature of the financial instruments (securities) they use. This module aims to provide students with an in-depth knowledge of financial systems, institutions, markets and instruments. In addition, this module also provides the gateway for students to understand the practice, policy and contemporary topics related to the financial markets and institutions.

  • MN-M516 Behavioural Finance

    The module is designed to develop an awareness of the hypothesis of financial market efficiency and the challenges to this hypothesis from behavioural finance.

Supervision

  • Corporate governance in US bank holding companies. (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Sasha Talavera
  • DOES CORPORATE GOVERNANCE COMPLEMENT OR SUBSTITUTE BANK REGULATION AND SUPERVISION: HOW IT MATTER FOR BANK SOUNDNESS? (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Ilias Asproudis