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Financial Times: Masters in Finance rankings 2018

The Cambridge Master of Finance (MFin) degree programme at Cambridge Judge Business School ranked second in the Financial Times ranking of post-experience master of finance programmes worldwide. The programme ranked first globally this year in “career progression”, or the change…

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Cambridge MFin programme ranked second globally by Financial Times

The Cambridge Master of Finance (MFin) degree programme at Cambridge Judge Business School was today ranked second in the Financial Times (FT) ranking of post-experience master of finance programmes worldwide. The ranking (Financial Times, 18 June 2018) means that the…

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Master of Finance class of 2014

Ten years on

The Cambridge Judge Master of Finance (MFin) class of 2008: where are they now? The Master of Finance (MFin) programme at Cambridge Judge Business School began in 2008, right in the midst of the global financial crisis that has affected…

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BNY Mellon: Central banks (cautious) innovation in search of yield

Central banks are cautiously expanding their investment and trading activities. Marvin Vervaart, Regional Product Manager and Managing Director at YBM Mellon, highlights top finding of report produced in collaboration with Cambridge Judge Business School. The report entitled Central Banks 2018:…

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Ship-shape collaboration

Cambridge Judge Business School alumni link up to help digital shipping exchange NYSHEX cruise ahead with $13 million in new funding. Connections forged at Cambridge Judge Business School have helped a New York-based company offer a third option in global…

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Finextra: One-third of central banks plan to invest in new markets and asset classes

Seeking better returns in a low-yield environment, central banks are undertaking a “gradual but definite expansion” of investment and trading activity beyond their conventional boundaries, says a new report published by BNY Mellon in collaboration with Cambridge Judge Business School.…

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Central banks branch out

Central banks undertake 'gradual but definite expansion' of investment activities that look beyond their traditional boundaries, says report by BNY Mellon in collaboration with Cambridge Judge Business School. Seeking better returns in a low-yield environment, central banks are undertaking a…

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The new Simon Sainsbury Centre welcomes students and delegates

The new £32 million Simon Sainsbury Centre opens at Cambridge Judge Business School, providing 5,000 square metres of new teaching, meeting and dining space. Students and Executive Education delegates began arriving this month to the new Simon Sainsbury Centre building…

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Simon Sainsbury Centre

Networking in a safe space

Why the Cambridge MFin is a great place to hone your skills. Networking, like any skill, takes practice. That's why having a safe place to hone your skills is vital: a place where mistakes are a learning opportunity rather than…

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