Dr Muhammad Akbar
Lecturer in Finance
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Dr Muhammad Akbar has research interests in asset pricing theory and market efficiency. His PhD research covered empirical tests of CAPM, D-CAPM and Higher-Moments CAPM in the emerging equity market of Pakistan. He has an MSc in Finance from Mohammad Ali Jinnah University and a Master of Commerce specializing in Advance Cost and Management Accounting from the University of Peshawar. He is a qualified Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and a member of the CFA Institute, USA.
Muhammad has worked for Bahria University, Islamabad. He was leading the Finance Cluster at the Department of Management Sciences and developed new course modules and academic programs specializing in finance including MSc Finance.
Muhammad has been in academia for over 10 years, teaching finance modules such as derivatives investments, investment analysis and portfolio management and multinational financial management to both undergraduate and postgraduate students.