Lecturer in Finance, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge
Dr Saffi is a Lecturer in Finance at the Judge Business School. He has taught courses at IESE Business School, London Business School, Reykjavik University (Iceland), Fundação Getulio Vargas (Brazil) and Nile University (Egypt). He has also taught in executive education programmes at Banco Santander.
His consulting experience is centred on valuation, including work as an expert to international arbitration courts, and the analysis of pharmaceutical firms' value. His research interests include the impact of short-selling on stock markets; the role of liquidity on asset prices; how differences of beliefs affect trading volume.
Dr Saffi is a member of the University's Finance and Accounting subject group, and the Cambridge Corporate Governance Network (CCGN).