Ismail Ertürk is currently Senior Lecturer in Banking and Director for Social Responsibility at Alliance Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester. His research focuses on financialisation in present day capitalism exploring in particular the themes of financial innovation and corporate governance from a cultural economy perspective. He has also studied the transformation of bank business models in a financialised global economy and their contribution to the 2007 crisis and financial instability. His recent work is about the rise of FinTech as an asset class in financialised capitalism, re-conceptualisation of post-crisis central bank unconventional policies and regulatory macroeconomics as cultural phenomena. He has practical experience in global banking and business through advisory work and executive education. His recent publications include co-edited multidisciplinary Routledge Companion to Bank Regulation and Reform (2017), co-authored After the Great Complacence: Financial Crisis and the Politics of Reform (2011) and “Shadow banking: a story of the Doppelgänger (the Double) in science of finance” (2017). He published fiction and essays on culture in Turkish. He has collaborated with contemporary artists in art projects that investigate the problematics of representation, value and knowledge regarding money and finance.