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Dr Vineet Upreti

Dr Vineet Upreti

Lecturer (Finance), Accounting & Finance

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+44 (0) 1792 606296

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Research Links

Office 221 - 221
Second Floor
School of Management
Bay Campus
Available For Postgraduate Supervision

About

Vineet Upreti is a Lecturer in the Accounting & Finance section at the School of Management, Swansea University. Prior to joining the faculty at Swansea University, Vineet was pursuing his doctoral study as a Willis Doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Bath. His doctoral research received financial support from the Willis Research Network.

His research interests are in fields of financial economics and empirical finance. Current topics of interest include interface between financial risk management and strategic finance; financial asset pricing; effects of regulatory changes on financial markets; and forecasting volatility in asset prices/returns using advanced statistical techniques.

Areas Of Expertise

  • Financial risk management
  • Financial asset pricing
  • Volatility forecasting

Career Highlights

Teaching Interests

International Financial Management

This unit discusses additional risks that a company faces when it starts to do business across more than one country. The syllabus covers various theories of exchange rate determination; managing financial risks arising due to foreign exchange movements; and strategies used by multinational firms to manage their tax liability.

Corporate Finance

This unit covers the conceptual, technical and computational aspects of corporate finance. The course provides an introduction to the key topic areas of corporate finance including portfolio analysis; the Capital Asset Pricing Model; techniques used for investment appraisal; and the concept of optimal capital structure.

Research

Vineet’s current research projects focus on credit risk pricing models; effect of regulatory changes on the European credit default swap market; volatility forecasting using advanced statistical methods; and the effects of news announcements on financial asset returns.

Collaborations

External: 

  • Professor Mike Adams, University of Bath
  • Dr Marco Realdon, Brunel University
  • Dr Davide Avino, University of Liverpool

Internal: 

  • Professor Mike Buckle
  • Dr Yuzhi Cai
  • Dr Joy Jia