Cardias Williams, Maria de Fatima

Maria de Fatima Cardias Williams
Start date:
September 2012
Research Topic:
Bankers’ remuneration, its relationship with risk taking
Research pathway:
Research Supervisor:
Prof Lynn Hodgkinson and Prof Owain ap Gwilyn
Supervising school:
Bangor Business School,
Primary funding source:
ESRC Studentship

The aim is to exploit quantitative corporate data of United Kingdom (UK) banks to provide answer to: “Did the structure and composition of UK bank’s Chief Executive Officers (CEO) and top management (board of directors) affect remuneration and risk taking actions during the period of 1999 to 2012?”

Selected Recent Publications

CARDIAS WILLIAMS, F., WILLIAMS, J., (2010). What does Bank Financial Profile Tells us about Mergers and Acquisitions in Latin American Banking? In Fiordelisi F., Molyneux P., Previati, D. (eds), New Issues in Financial Institutions Management, (Palgrave Macmillan pp.153-170).

CARDIAS WILLIAMS, F., WILLIAMS, J., (2008). Does ownership explain bank M&A? The case of domestic banks and foreign banks in Brazil. In Arestis, P. and L.F. de Paula (eds), Financial Liberalization and Economic Performance in Emerging Countries (Palgrave Macmillan pp. 194-216).

CARDIAS WILLIAMS, F., THOMAS, T., (2006). Some Key Issues Concerning Current Poplar Production and Future Marketing in the United Kingdom. New Forests 31:343-359.