Ivan Lathouders
Finance Finance and Entrepreneurship Economy and Finance
"The road less travelled has the best view".

Ivan Lathouders is a finance research professor with a focus on corporate finance. He studied his Ph.D. in Finance at Warwick Business School as well as an M.Sc. Finance and Economics. Ivan teaches several graduate finance courses.

Prior to joining academia, he had a career in finance as an actuary, sell-side analyst, corporate financier and bank manager. During his career he obtained all major financial analyst exam designations. He is both a CFA charterholder and a Certified European Financial Analyst.

His current research focuses on capital structure, cost of capital, financial analysis and analyst estimates. He has presented his research at some of the main international finance conferences.

    • Licentiate Economics
      Katholic Univeristy Leuven, Distinction
    • MSc Finance and Economics
      Warwick Business School, Distinction
    • PhD Finance
      Warwick Business School, Awaiting results of examination process
  • ESRC Doctoral Training Grant (Economic and Social Research Council, 2014-2018)
  • ESRC Economics and Advanced Quantitative Methods Grant (Economic and Social Research Council, 2014-2018)
  1. Lathouders, Ivan (2018). “A Dynamic Model of Increased Asset Intangibility and Higher Cash Holdings.”
  2. Lathouders, Ivan (2019). “Business Choice, Asset Intangibility and Cash Holdings.” Presented at the Financial Management Association October 2019 annual meeting in New Orleans.
  3. Lathouders, Ivan (2017). “Analyst Dispersion and Uncertainty.” Builds on M.Sc. Thesis.