Dr. Phuong Le, a scholar in management finance, presently serves as an Associate Researcher at the renowned RITM Laboratory, part of Paris Saclay University. Holding a doctorate from the University of Paris Saclay and the prestigious Financial Risk Manager (FRM) certification from GARP, he brings together the rigor of academic training and the practicality of professional certification.
Dr. Le's research has been consistently centered on themes that lie at the intersection of finance and management. His major areas of interest include Cross-Border Banking, Financial Intermediation, Bank Risk, and the wide-ranging Regulatory implications such as Basel regulations, Bank Supervision, Market Discipline, Bank Governance and Risk, Financial Stability, Systemic Risk, Liquidity Risk, among others. Recently, he has been exploring the field of Sustainable Finance and related topics.
He is also an avid contributor to the academic community, having presented scholarly papers at several international conferences and published extensively in high-ranking journals. His work often delves into intricate subjects like banking risks, cross-border banking, environmental, social, and governance (ESG) analysis, and sovereign risks.
In addition to his research endeavors, Dr. Le has lent his expertise as a peer reviewer to numerous prestigious journals. These include The International Journal of Emerging Markets, Economic Modelling, The Singapore Economic Review, Financial Innovation, and the International Review of Financial Analysis. His insightful reviews have been instrumental in maintaining the scholarly integrity of these journals.
Beyond his academic contributions, Dr. Le boasts a rich professional portfolio in financial risk management and consultancy. His expertise is particularly well-honed in credit risk modeling, with special focus on Probability of Default (PD), Loss Given Default (LGD), and Exposure at Default (EAD). He has also led significant projects on stress-testing and has a deep understanding of Basel and IFRS regulations. Adept at data analysis and modelling, Dr. Le's quantitative skills extend beyond risk management. His proficiency in these areas serves to further his comprehensive understanding of the multifaceted world of finance and management.