Andreas Milidonis

Andreas is currently a Professor of Finance at the University of Cyprus. He has significant research, consulting and teaching experience in finance, insurance and banking and has worked in the US, UK, Singapore and Cyprus.


Andreas has published over 20 academic articles in Finance, Risk and Insurance on topics such as risk assessment, risk management, managerial compensation risk-taking incentives and information transmission in financial markets. His research is published by journals such as the Journal of Financial Economics, the Journal of Financial & Quantitative Analysis, and the Journal of Risk & Insurance.

His consulting experience includes projects with the European Central Bank, a global reinsurance company (big 5), a global asset management company (big 5), and other organizations. Areas of expertise include bank risk management, insurance pricing, and pension valuation, among others. Andreas has also contributed to the development of the National Strategy for Financial Literacy and Education in Cyprus.

His curriculum includes academic appointments at the Insurance Risk and Finance Research Centre (Nanyang Business School, NTU, Singapore), and Manchester Business School (UK). Prior to moving to the UK, he completed his Ph.D. in Risk Management & Insurance (2007) at Georgia State University (USA), partly funded by the Society of Actuaries. His undergraduate degree was completed with honors in 2001 (First in class; Schreyer Honors College), in Actuarial Science (Minor in Mathematics) at the Pennsylvania State University (USA).


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