In addition to corporate finance, his expertise covers policies on competitiveness and entrepreneurship as well as Eurozone issues. Together with Dr Mark Esposito, Terence collaborates with the European Parliament and the European Commission to explore potential solutions to the challenges that the European Union now faces.
Before joining academia, Terence worked in mergers and acquisitions at Schroders, Citibank and Lazard Brothers in Montréal and New York. He also worked in London as a business advisor at Ernst & Young focusing on UK financial services. Additionally, as an independent consultant, he advised Shell International, F&C Asset Management, Alliance Boots, Alitalia as well as a Cambridge University-based biotech start-up. In addition to frequent appearance in academic publications, Terence is regularly featured on the Harvard Business Review Italia discussing competitiveness and the Greek edition of The Economist covering the debt crisis. He has also been on French and Greek televisions.
He obtained his doctoral degree from the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, UK. Terence also holds a Master of Arts in Corporate Strategy and Governance from the University of Nottingham, UK, and a Master of Economics from the Universität des Saarlandes, Germany. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in German and Economics from the Western University, Canada.