Thomas Mosk is reseacher at the School of Economics and Finance at Queen Mary University London. His research lies in the boundaries of corporate finance, financial intermediation and political economics. Part of his attention has been drawn to understand how firms bargain with banks in credit negotiations. Recent work has examined how banks respond to higher capital requirements, and the interplay between supranational regulation and national authorities. He has published in the Review of Financial Studies. He received a research master’s degree in economics and Econometrics from the University of Groningen. Thomas was previously Ph.D. researcher at Tilburg University and visiting Ph.D. researcher at the Kellogg School of Management of Northwestern University, postdoctoral researcher at the Center of Excellence SAFE, the University of Zurich and visiting scholar at New York University.