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Research overview

Linh’s research focus is on banking, corporate culture and governance in financial services. The overarching aim of his research is to understand how financial institutions create societal values and the role regulators play in this process. Specifically, Linh is interested in exploring the impacts of bank culture and regulatory changes on various aspects of financial intermediation including lending, deposit taking and risk management. His work has been published in the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Review of Corporate Finance Studies, Journal of Financial Stability, British Journal of Management, and other leading journals. Currently, he serves as the editor of the working paper series of the Centre for Responsible Banking and Finance of the University of St Andrews and Director of MSc Finance and Management Programme.



Linh is a Senior Lecturer in Banking and Finance at the University of St Andrews Business School. Previously he held a visiting position at Fordham University New York, Gabelli School of Business. Before joining academia, Linh was Head of Treasury of Saigonbank in Vietnam. He holds an MA (Distinction) in Banking and Finance and a PhD in Banking from Bangor University. 

Research interests

Corporate culture

Profile Keywords

Banking; corporate culture; governance

Teaching activity

  • MN3101 Corporate Finance and Control
  • MN5442 Corporate Financial Management

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Philosophy, Three Essays on Bank Efficiency, Foreign Bank Entry and Competition, BANGOR UNIVERSITY

1 Mar 20041 Dec 2007

Award Date: 1 Dec 2007

External positions

Visiting Fellow, Fordham University

1 Apr 202315 Jun 2023


1 Jan 20151 Jan 2018


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