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Dr. Sabri Mohammad

1. Overview:

Sabri Mohammad is a lecturer in Islamic Finance and Acting Registrar for the center for Islamic Finance at Bolton University. He had studied PhD in Accounting and Finance at Durham University from 2010 – 2014. He has taught Islamic Finance, Acting Registrar. His research covers a variety of topics related to Liquidity, Risk Management, Islamic Banking, Finance, Moralities and among others

Sabri Mohammad was a professional member of Fellow of The Higher Academy in 2016. He had contributed various researches about Finance, Economics, Banking. His research had been published on Afro Eurasian Studies which is well-known as a prestigious journal. He used to be an academic assistant to the Director of Durham Islamic Finance Center. He had many professional experiences when attended Durham Islamic Finance Summer School at Durham University in 5 years from 2009 to 2014.

2. Qualifications:

– PhD in Accounting and Finance – Durham University

– Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and learning in Higher and Professional Education – University of Bolton

3. Employment:

– 2013 – present:    Bolton University – Lecturer in Islamic Finance and Acting Registrar for the center for Islamic Finance

– 2010 – 2013:        Durham University – Academic Assistant to the Director of Durham Islamic Finance Center

4. Selected Publications:

– Mohammad, S. (2013). “Liquidity Risk Management in Islamic Banks: A Survey”, Afro Eurasian Studies, 2 (1&2), 215 – 230

– University of California-Berkeley (2016): “An Empirical Assessment of the Role of Banking Sector in Promoting Economic Activities: A Comparative Analysis Between Islamic and Conventional Banks” to be presented at the SASE Mini Conference on “Islam and the Construction of New Economic Moralities: Divergence, Convergence and Competing Futures” at the on 24-26 June 2016.

– University of Hamad Bin Khalifa (2015): “Liquidity Creation and Banking Regulations”. Presented at the 10th International Conference on Islamic Economics and Finance, 23rd – 24th March 2015, Qatar

– Sarajevo University (2014): “Measuring Liquidity Creation and its Determinants in Banking Sector: A Comparative Analysis between Islamic, Conventional and Hybrid Banks in the Case of the GCC Region”, Presented at Sarajevo Islamic Finance and Economics Conference, 20th-21st November 2014, Sarajevo


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