Dr Terence is an Associate Professor of Finance at the London campus of ESCP Europe Business School. He is a co-founder of Nexus FrontierTech, which customises artificial intelligence products for its clients to build up new capabilities to attain unfair business advantage.
Terence is the co-author of the best seller Understanding How the Future Unfolds: Using DRIVE to Harness the Power of Today's Megatrends. The framework contained therein was nominated for the CK Prahalad Breakthrough Idea Award by Thinkers50, the most prestigious award in business thought leadership. The DRIVE framework has also led Chartered Management Institute’s own magazine Professional Manager in the UK to name Terence as one of the 18 new voices in 2018 that reshape management and leadership. Talent Quarterly in the US called the DRIVE framework one of the 24 trends transforming talent management in the years to come.
He also wrote the book Corporate Finance: The Basics.
In addition to consulting to the EU and UN, Terence has written more than 100 articles and regularly provides commentaries on the latest current affairs, market developments, education, artificial intelligence and blockchain in many outlets including the Financial Times, The Guardian, The Economist, CNBC, Les Echos, the World Economic Forum and the Harvard Business Review (Chinese, English, French, Italian and German). He has also appeared on radio and television shows on China’s CCTV, Channel 2 of Greece, France 24, Japan’s NHK and Radio România Cultural.
Moreover, he delivered speeches at the UN, International Monetary Funds and International Trade Centre. Invited by the Government of Latvia, he was a keynote speaker at a Heads of Government Meeting alongside the Premier of China and Prime Minister of Latvia. Terence was also a keynote speaker at corporate events in India, Italy, Monaco, Norway, Qatar, Russia, Thailand, UK and UAE.
He has either worked with or run training for companies including Allianz, Atlantic Grupa, China Merchant Securities, Dukat, EY, F&C Investment Management, Ferrari World, France Telecom/Orange, ICICI, Indian Oil, Indian Railway, London Stock Exchange Group, Lloyds Bank, McKinsey & Co., MOL, Molex, Monte dei Paschi di Siena, NIS/Gazprom, Olayan, Papyus, Pfizer, Podravka, Rexam, UniCredit, Walgreen Alliance Boots, Yahoo! and YIT.
Previously, he worked in mergers and acquisitions at Schroders, Citibank and Lazard Brothers in Montréal and New York. Terence also worked in London as a consultant at EY focusing on UK financial services. He obtained his doctoral degree from the Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, UK.
Entrepreneurship & Innovation
TSE, T., SOUFANI, K. and L. ROUX (2012), The ethical and social dimensions of executive compensation, in: O'SULLIVAN P., ESPOSITO M., SMITH M., Business Ethics. A critical approach: Integrating Ethics Across the Business World, Routledge, 367 p.
SOUFANI, K. and T. TSE (2004), Economic efficiency in traditional and dot.com firms, in: ETEMAD H. (ed.), International entrepreneurship in small and medium size enterprises: Orientation, environment and strategy, Edward Elgar, pp. 178-188 11 p.
Review of a book; an article; a research
TSE, T. (2009), Small investment in Big Hotel, European Case Clearing House, European Case Clearing House, n° 109-028-1, 6 p.
TSE, T. and J. COUTURIER (2009), Lenovo's acquisition of IBM's PC division, European Case Clearing House, European Case Clearing House, n° 309-212-1, 8 p.
COUTURIER, J., SOLA, D. and T. TSE , The Merger of Alliance UniChem and Boots the Chemists: Is there the chemistry between them?, European Case Clearing House, European Case Clearing House.
SOLA, D., GHEORGHITA, R. and T. TSE (2011), Factors determining the investment strategies of family wealth: Cases from Western Europe, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT CASES, Vol 13, Issue 1, pp. 101-110 9 p.
COUTURIER, J., ROUX, L. and T. TSE (2012), Resilience of a business: The case of Yellow Pages Directories, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT PRACTICE, Vol.5, n° 2, pp. 149-169 20 p.
TSE, T. (2013), Paradox resolution as a pathway to strategic innovation, EUROPEAN MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, Vol. 31, Issue 6, pp. 682-696 15 p.
TSE, T., TIONG, J. and V. KANGASLAHTI (2004), The effect of cultural norms on the uptake of information and communication technologies in Europe : a conceptual analysis, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT, Vol. 21, Issue 3, pp. 382-390 9 p.
TSE, T. (2007), Reconsidering the source of value of e-business strategies, STRATEGIC CHANGE, Vol. 16, Issue 3, pp. 117-126 10 p.
SOUFANI, K. and T. TSE (2001), Wealth effects of takeovers in merger activity eras : empirical evidence from the UK, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THE ECONOMICS OF BUSINESS, Vol. 8, Issue 3, pp. 365-377 13 p.
TSE, T. and K. SOUFANI (2003), Business strategies for small firms in the new economy, JOURNAL OF SMALL BUSINESS AND ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT, Vol. 10, Issue 3, pp. 306-320 15 p.
TSE, T. and K. SOUFANI (2008), The effects of economic conditions on takeover bid premiums, INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS AND FINANCE JOURNAL, Vol.3, Issue 1, pp.91-106 16p.
EVANS, A. and T. TSE (2008), Emerging Market Trends from Europe, APPLIED CLINICAL TRIALS, pp.60-68 9p.
SOUFANI, K., TSE, T. and Q. CHEN (2008), Performance of venture backed and non venture backed IPO: Evidence from Canada and the UK, JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL FINANCE AND ECONOMICS, Vol.8, Issue 2, pp.1-22 21p.
TSE, T. (2011), Shareholder and stakeholder theory: After the financial crisis, QUALITATIVE RESEARCH IN FINANCIAL MARKETS, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 51-63 13 p.
TSE, T. and K. SOUFANI (2010), Achieving strategic innovation through dilemma reconciliation, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT PRACTICE, Vol.4, Issue 2, pp.117-133 16 p.
COLE, O., TSE, T. and M. ESPOSITO (2015), Did Nigeria and Angola manage their oil windfalls well between 1970 and 2000: what lessons can be learned for new oil producers?, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC POLICY IN EMERGING ECONOMIES, Vol. 8, Issue 1, pp. 1-19 (20 p.).
TSE, T., ESPOSITO, M. and K. SOUFANI (2016), Fast-Expanding Markets: The Revolution of the Microeconomy, THUNDERBIRD INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW, Vol. 58, Issue 1, pp. 5-11 (7 p.).
TSE, T., ESPOSITO, M. and G. HADDAD (2016), The Social Cluster of Gender, Agency and Entrepreneurship, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND SMALL BUSINESS, 28 (4).
TSE, T., ESPOSITO, M. and K. SOUFANI (2017), Is the Circular Economy a New Fast-Expanding Market?, THUNDERBIRD INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW, 51 (1), 9 - 14.
ESPOSITO, M., SOUFANI, K. and T. TSE (2018), Reverse Logistics for Postal Services within a Circular Economy, THUNDERBIRD INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW, Companies in the Circular Econom, 60 (5), 741-745.
SOUFANI, K., ESPOSITO, M. and T. TSE (2016), Food waste and the circular economy: no stinky business, CALIFORNIA MANAGEMENT REVIEW.
SOUFANI, K., TSE, T. and M. ESPOSITO (2015), How companies can benefit from the circular economy, CALIFORNIA MANAGEMENT REVIEW.
SOUFANI, K., TSE, T. and M. ESPOSITO (2015), Why the circular economy matters ?, EUROPEAN BUSINESS REVIEW.
SOUFANI, K., ESPOSITO, M. and T. TSE (2013), Fast Expanding Markets: Where New Growth Can Be Found, EUROPEAN BUSINESS REVIEW.
SOUFANI, K. and T. TSE (2003), Small Firm’s Business Strategies in the New Economy: Theoretical Considerations, JOURNAL OF SMALL BUSINESS AND ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT, 10 (3), 306-320.
TSE, T. and M. ESPOSITO (2018), DRIVE: The Five Megatrends that Underpin the Future Business, Social, and Economic Landscapes, THUNDERBIRD INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW, 60(1), pp. 121-129.
TSE, T., OLAF J, G. and M. ESPOSITO (2015), The Future of the Global Corporation: From Fortress Firms to Cambrian Corporations, THUNDERBIRD INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW, 57 (3), 255-260.
TSE, T. and M. ESPOSITO (2017), Understanding How the Future Unfolds: Using DRIVE to Harness the Power of Today's Megatrends, Lioncrest.
TSE, T. (2017), Corporate Finance: The Basics, Routledge.