Solomon is a Lecturer in the Accounting and Finance department of the Nottingham Business School.
As the Bloomberg resource person within the department, Solomon promotes the use of this platform amongst students and staff for teaching and research. Solomon teaches Global Financial Markets, Financial Modelling and Research Methods on postgraduate courses, and supervises business research projects in addition to supervising doctoral students.
Solomon began his career as a Junior Accountant in Accra, Ghana before becoming a Billings Analyst for The Economist Group in London. Subsequently, Solomon worked as a Redress Analyst for Deloitte in London where he became a Chartered Accountant in 2013.
Solomon holds a Master’s degree in Financial Management and a PhD in Finance from The University of Hull. His research interests include financial exclusion, shadow banking and asset-backed securitisation.
Previously he worked at The Economist Group in London.
Solomon has researched and published on Financial (Credit) Exclusion and his current research interests include securitisation and bank lending.
Sponsors and collaborators
- Dr Alper Kara
- Professor Philip Molyneux
- Dr David Marques Ibanez
Deku, S.Y., Kara, A. and Molyneux, P., 2016. Access to consumer credit in the UK. The European Journal of Finance, 22(10), pp.941-964.
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