INQUIRE held its first seminar at Cambridge in 1988, and since then has held two or more seminars every year at which academics can present recent research to fellow academics and our practitioner members.
June 2020 - INQUIRE appoints two new directors and a new council member.
INQUIRE is delighted to announce appointment of two new Directors. Robert Macrae and Marlies van Boven, both Council Members, have now been appointed as Directors of INQUIRE. Robert Macrae from the Systemic Risk Centre at LSE has been working on INQUIRE's research agenda. Marlies van Boven, from FTSE Russell has been helping to run the business school seminars. More recently both Robert and Marlies have been organisers of INQUIRE’s new webinar series.
INQUIRE is also delighted to welcome Ryoko Ito onto INQUIRE’s Council; Ryoko works in equities quantitative execution research at Goldman Sachs.
INQUIRE also thanks Stuart Doole for his work at INQUIRE. Stuart, who had been an INQUIRE Director for more than seven years, resigned as a Director and Council Member of INQUIRE on 22 May 2020.
New Webinar Series
Due to Covid-19 we do not currently expect to offer any seminars until late this year or early next, so in place of these we have started a successful series of webinars presented by our speakers. You or any colleagues would be most welcome and see see details of upcoming and previous seminars here . We are actively encouraging non-members to take this opportunity to experience the best of INQUIRE; the more the merrier, so please bring your friends.
Inaugural INQUIRE Webinar - Dr Nicola Barri
22nd April 2020 - Members can watch a recording of our first ever webinar by following this link.
March 2020 Update on NLP Training Program given Covid19.
With the Covid19 virus (Coronavirus) situation deteriorating we have taken the decision to postpone our upcoming NLP training program with Lancaster University. I apologise to all those who’ve registered and were looking forward to the event, but to go ahead with a public gathering in the current times felt imprudent and increasingly impractical. We are working with Lancaster University to find new dates for the program. Our intention is to rerun it in the Autumn of 2020, subject to conditions improving. Rest assured the INQUIRE Council is meeting electronically on a regular basis to plan our course of action. Please periodically consult our website for details of upcoming and rescheduled events. We’ll post new information there as well as informing you by email of any developments.