Ephraim Clark specializes in finance, international business and strategic analysis. He has undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Madrid and the University of Paris. He has taught at EDHEC Business School, the Catholic University of Lille, the University of Lille I, HEC Paris, Vrije Universitat, the CERAM and currently at Middlesex University. He has lived and worked in the United States, Honduras, Costa Rica, Spain, England and France and has had extensive exposure in many other Latin American, European and Asian countries.
He has worked as a financial analyst, forecaster, strategic planner and consultant to major international banks, multinational corporations and smaller companies. His professional experience includes work as a recording artist, in record production, retailing and distribution, textiles and higher education. He is a highly regarded seminar leader and speaker and has delivered keynote speeches to groups such as Arthur Andersen Consultants, GARP, ISDA and Euromoney Plc.
Clark is the author of eight books, over ninety academic and professional papers in journals such as Management Science, Journal of International Money and Finance, Journal of Banking and Finance, European Journal of Operational Research, Journal of Financial Research, European Financial Management, Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, International Review of Financial Analysis, Review of International Economics, Garp Risk Review, Euromoney, Global Investor, Wilmott, Revue Banque, etc. Honours and awards include numerous research grants and best paper awards. He serves on the editorial boards of a number of scholarly journals and is the founding editor of the European Journal of Finance. He has been elected as president of the Multinational Finance Society, president of the International Society for the Intercommunication of New Ideas and vice-president of the International Association of Finance and Banking. He is also a member of numerous professional organizations and is a permament member of the Académie Européenne.