London School of Economics and Political Science (Unive...
School of Oriental and African Studies
Politics and Economics
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Information about Emmanuel
I am a investment banking professional, I am particularly interested in Politics, Economics, History, Philosophy and English in which I have a strong academic background completing my postgraduate studies in Economic history from the London School of Economics, as well as bachelors degree in Economics and Politics from the School of Oriental and African Studies. My skills have helped me analyse problems with good logical order and improved my organisational skills.
Availability: Available during the weekday and weekends
Willing to travel: 30 miles
Experience: I have over tens years experience privately tutoring. I focussed on University/Undergrad/Adults learners students (Politics, history, economics, english language/literature), as well as A-level/GSCE (OCR, Edexel and AQA) (Religious Studies, philosophy, economics, history, politics,critical studies, english lan/lit) IB alsoContact this Tutor
Feedback For Emmanuel (-1)
I feel sorry to leave anyone a negative feedback, but I felt obliged to warn other users. Having had a lesson with Mr Emmanuel, I am positive he lacked financial, economic or business education. Unfortunately, he didn`t get right even the basics of Finance-related topics (such as Fair Value, Future Value, Present Value), misused terminology and applied the concepts absolutely wrongly while reading from the internet, e.g. claimed Bonds` Prices are directly related to Interest Rates (instead of inverse relationship) and this is not the only example. For the aforementioned reasons, I don`t believe anymore he is an investment banker as he claimed to be. I hope other users wouldn`t be misled as I was and this feedback will help someone to choose a good tutor from Tutorhunt.