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, focusing on the empirical assessment of the contribution of financial institutions to systemic risk, by looking at their interactions with market-based finance. 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. I am currently conducting research at the Bank of England on the effects of macroprudential regulation on the UK repo market.