Professor Mohammad Musa
Professor Mohammad Musa teaches finance courses in the School of Business at United International University (UIU). He teaches portfolio management & security analysis and corporate finance at UIU. His research interest is in market micro-structure, investments and capital markets. He has published a good number of articles on capital market efficiency and market micro-structure in professional academic journals in home and abroad.
He earned MBA from IBA, University of Dhaka and from University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA before completing his Ph. D. (Major: Finance, Minor: Business Statistics) from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee in 1995. He started his teaching career as a Lecturer at the Institute of Business Administration, Dhaka University in 1985. He conducted a large number of short courses and executive development courses as a lead resource person and at times as course coordinator. He worked as Research Director at Center for Research in Business, Economics and Technology at East West University and he has recently completed three-year tenure as Director, Institute of Business and Economic Research at UIU. Under his watch, the MBA curriculum of North South University and the Executive MBA curriculum of East West University were prepared.
Dr. Musa’s involvement with the Capital Markets of Bangladesh goes back to 1998 when he started working as Research Advisor to Swadesh Investment Management Limited, a local merchant bank. He was founder Convener of Bangladesh Merchant Bankers Association and led the organization for about 3 years. He is keen to see Bangladesh Capital Markets to grow big and run efficiently. He advises AM Securities and Financial Services Limited (AMSFSL), a brokerage firm with membership in both the Dhaka and the Chittagong Stock Exchanges.