Dr Ali Altanlar
PhD, Credit Risk Management, The University of Leeds
MBA, The University of Durham
BSc Civil Engineering, Istanbul Technical University
Lecturer in Credit and Risk, 2010 to date, Leeds University Business School
Research Fellow, 2008-2010, Credit Management Research Centre, LUBS
Ali’s research interests are in the areas of consumer and corporate credit risk management centring around risk modelling, performance modelling, credit scoring, corporate failure prediction, corporate recovery and trade (B2B) credit dynamics. Ali also has interest on macroeconomic and regional dynamics, corporate governance and firm ownership as well as on behavioural finance with a primary focus on the risk management side.
LUBS5000M Quantitative Methods
LUBS5011M Applied Finance
LUBS5032M Risk and Insurance
LUBS5036M Consumer and Corporate Credit
“Private Equity, Buy-outs, Leverage and Failure” (with Professor Mike Wright and Professor Nick Wilson), “Private Equity at the Cross Roads”, London Business School, UK, June 2009
“Private Equity, Buy-outs, Leverage and Failure” (with Professor Mike Wright and Professor Nick Wilson), Private Equity Second Annual Conference, ESSEC, France, June 2010 (Research also reported in Financial Times, the New York Times, and the Economist).
“Corporate Insolvency and Gender Specific Attitudes to Risk” (with Professor Nick Wilson), “The-Women’s-Insurance-Net-Work”, Surrey, UK (sponsored by Cardif Pinnacle, Ernst&Young, Milliman, Munich RE, and QBE), January 2010 (Research also reported in The Times, The Guardian, The Economist).
Private Equity and Insolvency (Eds. Mike Wright, Nick Wilson, Robert Cressey) "Part 1 LBO's and Insolvency Risk" (with Prof. Nick Wilson), British Venture Capital Association, April 2010
“A Longitudinal Analysis of Business Performance, Financial Health and Growth Potential of SMEs in Wales”, in collaboration with Swansea University (with Prof. N. Wilson, Dr. P. Evans, and Dr. B. Ip) Research project funded and published by Welsh Assembly, May 2010
“UK Family Businesses: Industrial and Geographical Context, Governance and Performance”, in collaboration with Nottingham University and Lancaster University, report prepared for the Institute for Family Business, UK, December 2010
“UK Risk and Insolvency Report” (with Prof. Nick Wilson), Credit Management Research Centre, quarterly