Henry Leung worked as a senior business analyst at BT Financial Group, Deutsche Bank and Commonwealth Securities before joining the University of Sydney. In the process, he has gained extensive knowledge and practical experience in the engineering of large scale trading and dealing systems covering foreign exchange, equities, fixed income and derivatives products. He has published in top tier finance journals such as the Review of Finance and the Journal of Banking and Finance. His research interests include analysts’ earnings forecasts, asset pricing, corporate governance and market microstructure. The publication “Unequal access to analyst research” (Australian Journal of Management August 2013 38: 253-277) won the runner up E. Yetton Prize, which was inaugurated in December 1994 to celebrate the winning article published in the Journal in the previous year that, in the eyes of the Associate Editors, was of exceptional quality and was likely to have a substantial impact in the field of management research. Visit the Australian Journal of Management E. Yetton Prize webpage for information on the publication and prize. He graduated from the University with first class honours in Electrical Engineering and Commerce (major in finance and economics) and successively completed a Masters of Business in Finance at the University of Technology, Sydney. Henry was a recipient of the Faculty of Economics and Business Research Scholarship. See supervisor page
Areas of expertise:  Corporate Finance / Accounting / Foreign exchange markets