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Cass appoints new professor of accounting

Professor Peter Pope joins Cass Business School

AN AWARD-WINNING academic has been appointed the new professor of accounting at Cass business School

Professor Peter Pope takes on the role at Cass.

Professor Pope has held roles at Lancaster University Management School, Strathclyde Business School and Liverpool University.

The American Accounting Association award-winner is researching IFRS’ implementation into Europe and valuation models, among other subjects.

“I am looking forward to working with my new colleagues in the Accounting group and the wider faculty of finance in further cementing Cass’ reputation as one of the leading research-led business schools in the world. I am excited to be involved with Cass at this important and exciting period in its evolution,” said professor Pope.

 

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