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Ms. Rabia Habib (MS University of Bedfordshire, UK)

LECTURER
PROFILE SUMMARY

Miss Rabia Habib completed the MS degree in Finance & Business Management from the University of Bedfordshire, U.K., in 2013, and joined academia where she has worked as Lecturer since Sept. 2014. Her area of interests are Psychological biases in financial investment behaviour, Applying behavioral finance to asset allocation, Analyst recommendation and corporate failure, Greed and fear in the stock market and Limit to Arbitrage Theory.
Miss Rabia’s degrees in Business has enabled her to develop analytical/logical approach to tasks and aptitude to work under pressure. She wants to gain full expertise in Finance, takes every task as a challenge and strives to work in a competitive environment. Miss Rabia struggles to expand her knowledge from every experience because she believes that there is always room for self-improvement.

QUALIFICATION
MS Finance & Business Management Finance University of Bedfordshire, England 2013
MBA Finance International Islamic University, Islamabad 2010
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Lecturer Capital University of Science & Technology (CUST) Since – 2014
INDUSTRIAL EXPERIENCE
Student Advisor University of Bedfordshire, England 2012 – 2013
Finance Associate Academy of Educational Planning and Management, Ministry of Education, Islamabad 2011 – 2012
Finance Assistant UNICOM Pvt. Ltd. 2009 – 2010
MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE
Member Sports Gala Capital University of Science & Technology (CUST) Since – 2015
Member General Discipline Committee Capital University of Science & Technology (CUST) Since – 2015
Member HRM Track International Conference on Emerging Trends of Management (ICETM) Since – 2014
MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES
Business and Management Research Institute (BMRI) University of Bedfordshire, England
HONORS & AWARDS
1. Commendation in MS
RESEARCH AREAS / INTERESTS

1. Capital Structure and Models;
2. Analysis of Financial Statements;
3. Capital Budgeting techniques;
4. Cost of Capital and Risk.

Other Members