How my flatmate retired at 43
Watch our webinar with Professor Ian Marsh
There is a basic economic theory called uncovered interest rate parity (UIP), that suggests high-interest rate currencies should fall in value, while low rate currencies should rise. “My friend Andrew knows all about this theory because, in good times, this works well. However, in bad times, through taking huge volatility risks, you can lose a lot”, says Professor Ian Marsh.
Ian has worked in London as an international banker and financial market economist for the IMF and in academia. He has been with Bayes since 1998, taking a leave of absence between June 2001 and September 2003 to join the Bank of England, where he managed a research team focussing on capital market issues.
As leader of the International Finance module on the online MSc in Global Finance, we were delighted to welcome Ian as a guest speaker for our webinar. Watch today and find out how you can invest wisely in your future.