Mr Anthony O'Tierney

Anthony O'TierneyLecturer in Accounting and Finance

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  • Tel: +44 (0)116 252 5636
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  • Office: Room 0.31,Teaching Centre, Brookfield
  • Office hours: By appointment only

Personal details

I studied a Bachelor's degree in Psychology with Biology and my Master's degree in Accounting and Finance, both at the University of Leicester, and I also hold partial professional qualifications in accountancy.

I have assisted mortgagors in court cases and continue to be involved with groups who take a critical approach towards the construction of legal, financial and political systems.


My research interests focus on the interface between accounting, finance and law, in the areas of securitisation, financial intermediation, mortgage finance and the registration of legal entities.

My current research concerns the issuance, securitisation and servicing of mortgage accounts with reference to the credit creation theory of banking, as well as examining the impact of court cases on mortgage markets, the evidence of regulatory violations, and the potential for mis-selling claims against financial institutions.

I also examine the role of accounting in the creation of legal entities, including individuals.


  • MN1014 Economics for Management
  • MN1020 Introduction to Accounting Theory
  • MN2114 International Finance
  • MN2138 Accounting, Decision making and Control

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