Practical analysis for investment professionals

Matt Lyons, CFA

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Biography

Matt Lyons, CFA, has worked in the finance industry for more than 20 years. He currently works at Bank of Ireland in Dublin, where his role includes investment appraisal and performance measurement. He began his career with Thomson (now Refinitiv), where he was head of operations for the Irish business, specializing in securities pricing, fundamental analysis, and earnings forecasts. Lyons has degrees from Trinity College Dublin and the University of Ulster, and he is a CFA charterholder.

Author's Posts
Book Review: The New World Economy in 5 Trends

A diligent economist and an eclectic bookworm serve up an analysis of megatrends that will have the greatest impact on economies and investments: innovation, productivity, climate, multiglobalization, debt, and aging.

Book Review: Investing in the Era of Climate Change

Bruce Usher identifies both what the implications of climate change are for the investment community and how investment capital allows us “to save us from ourselves.”

Book Review: 21st Century Investing

William Burckart and Steve Lydenberg, CFA, argue persuasively that systemic issues have important implications for future returns.

Book Review: Financial Markets and Institutions

Rigorous, up-to-date, and practical, this textbook can help investors navigate the complex territory of European regulation.

Book Review: How Money Became Dangerous

How Money Became Dangerous is an insightful account of a key period in the development of finance.



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