Menu Close

Geoffrey Goodell

Lecturer in Financial Computing, UCL

Geoff Goodell is a Lecturer in Financial Computing at University College London. His work focuses on socio-technical systems in financial services. He is a member of the Bank of England CBDC Technology Forum and an associate of the Systemic Risk Centre of the London School of Economics. He is Convenor of two ISO working groups on distributed ledger technologies and an ISO advisory group on digital currency. He serves on the steering committee of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Central Bank Digital Currency, the product advisory committee of the Digital Token Identifier Foundation, and the advisory groups of two European industry groups that focus on digital assets. Dr Goodell is a CFA charterholder and has a decade of private-sector experience in the financial industry, first as a strategist at Goldman, Sachs & Co and later as partner and chief investment officer at a boutique asset management firm. His research contributes to knowledge and policy at the intersection of finance, technology, and regulation.


  • –present
    Lecturer, University College London


  • 2017 
    University of Oxford, MBA