Presentation: Regulatory capital requirements and capital buffers: An examination of the Australian banking sector
Lecturer, Macquarie University
Dr. James Cummings is a lecturer in the Department of Applied Finance and Actuarial Studies at Macquarie University. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (Demography) from Macquarie University and a Master of Commerce (Finance with Economics and International Business) and a Doctor of Philosophy (Finance) from the University of Sydney.
The title of his doctoral thesis was “Three essays on price formation and liquidity in financial futures markets”. His research has been published in leading scholarly journals including the Journal of Futures Markets, Accounting and Finance and the Australian Journal of Management. Dr. Cummings is the author of several market insights research papers for the Australian Securities Exchange.
He has presented his research at international conferences including meetings of the Financial Management Association International, Asian Finance Association, European Conference on Banking and the Economy and the International Finance and Banking Society Conference.