Department of Finance Prize Winners 2021

22 July 2021

The Department of Finance would like to congratulate all our graduating students on the BSc Finance, MSc Finance (full-time), MSc Finance (part-time), MSc Finance and Economics, and MSc Finance & Private Equity programmes who received their degrees this year.

We would particularly like to highlight the winners of the Department Prizes, awarded annually for the best overall performance in each degree programme. All of our winners can be very proud of their efforts.



Prize for Outstanding Performance in the 3rd Year of BSc Finance

Maiju Varhe
Yasmin Binti Zainal Abidin Yeoh
Chyi Ariel Chng


Antoine Faure-Grimaud Prize for Outstanding Performance in MSc Finance (Full-time)

1st Prize   Anna Ghidini
2nd Prize      Richard Lai


Antoine Faure-Grimaud Prize for Outstanding Performance in MSc Finance (Part-time)

1st Prize      Konstantinos Lytos
2nd Prize      Oscar Pujol


Antoine Faure-Grimaud Prize for Outstanding Performance in MSc Finance and Economics

1st Prize      Ahmet Cetintas
2nd Prize      Yi De Fong


Antoine Faure-Grimaud Prize for Overall Student Performance in the MSc Finance and Private Equity

1st Prize      Prit Sridhar
2nd Prize      Mordecai Corijn


The Antoine Faure-Grimaud Prizes are awarded in memory of Professor Antoine Faure-Grimaud (1968-2009), whose career at the LSE spanned 13 years and whose reputation as a researcher in corporate finance and regulatory economics placed him at the very top of the profession internationally. He played a key role in building the Department of Finance at LSE, and was a cornerstone of the department's PhD programme and the Financial Markets Group's Corporate Finance and Governance programme, which he directed.

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