Professor Nicholas Ryder

About me

I am a Professor in Financial Crime in the Department of Law and my research and teaching concentrates on financial crime.  I have published four monographs, three text books and two edited collections and am currently writing a fifth monograph for Hart Publishing with Professor Ester Herlin-Karnell (University of Amsterdam). 

My research has been published in prestigious journals including Legal Studies, the Cambridge Law Journal, Contemporary Issues in Law and the Journal of Business Law.  I am the founder and series editor of the Routledge's 'The Law Relating to Financial Crime Series'.  I am a member of several editorial boards and contributing editor for Goode: Consumer Credit Law and Practice.  I have been invited to give guest lectures and talks to a wide range of bodies including the Centre for European Legal Studies, the Bar Association of Commerce, Finance and Industry, the University of Notre Dame, the National Assembly for Wales, the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment, the Wales Fraud Forum, the South West Fraud Forum, the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies and the Society of Legal Scholars. My research has been sponsored by Economic and Social Research Council, the City of London Police Force, ICT Wilmington Risk & Compliance, Universities South West, France Telecom Group and the European Social Fund.

Series Editorship

The Law Relating to Financial Crime (Routledge)

PhD Supervision

I am interesting in supervising students who want to work in the area of financial crime.

Area of expertise

Financial Crime.

My Publications