Welcome to my personal website. I am a PhD Candidate in Finance at Cass Business School. My research interests lie in macroprudential regulation and financial stability, with a focus on stress testing the wider financial system (CCPs, investment funds and banks) to assess the effectiveness of post-crisis regulations. During my studies I have worked as a PhD intern at the Central Bank of Ireland where I developed An Lonn Dubh, the Bank's macroprudential stress testing framework for investment funds, as well as the Bank of England where I worked on the calibration of the price impact of asset sales from UK banks to improve the Bank's fire sale models.