Teaching Responsibilities

Lecturer in Islamic Finance and Acting Registrar, Centre for Islamic Finance, Bolton Business School, University of Bolton

Overview

Sabri received his PhD in Accounting and Finance specialising in liquidity creation and liquidity risk exposure in banking sector from Durham University Business School, University of Durham, UK. Sabri is currently a lecturer in Islamic Finance and acting registrar at the Centre for Islamic Finance, Bolton Business School, University of Bolton, UK.

Sabri’s research interests include Islamic economics and finance, contemporary applications of Islamic commercial law, Islamic financial product development, maqasid al-Shariah, Shariah governance and regulations, risk management, corporate social responsibility, auditing and reporting. 

Publications

Mohammad, S. (2013). “Liquidity Risk Management in Islamic Banks: A Survey”, Afro Eurasian Studies, Special Issue on Islamic Economics and Finance, 2 (1&2), 215-230. 

 

Conference Papers

Mohammad, S. (2014). Liquidity Creation in Banking Sector. Presented at Sarajevo Islamic Finance and Economics Conference (SIFEC), 20th-21st of November 2014. , University of Sarajevo.

Mohammad, S. (2012). Liquidity Risk Exposures in Islamic Banking Sector. Presented at JEBO-Islamic Finance Conference, 29th September-01st October, University of Aston.

Mohammad, S. (2012). Measuring Liquidity Risk in GCC Banks. Presented at British Accounting and Finance Association Conference, 30th-31st August 2012, University of Durham.

Mohammad, S. (2012). Searching for the Sources of Liquidity In Islamic Banks. Presented at Durham-Kyoto Workshop on Islamic Economics and Finance, 17th-18th July 2012, University of Durham.

Mohammad, S. (2012). The Liquidity Risk Causes: A Comparative Analysis of Islamic and Conventional Banks. Presented at the Gulf Research Meeting Conference, 11th-14th July 2012, University of Cambridge.

Mohammad, S. (2012). Liquidity Risk Management. Presented at Durham Islamic Finance Summer School, 2nd-6th July 2012, University of Durham.

Mohammad, S. (2010). Emergence of Islamic Finance in Syria. Presented at Durham-Kyoto Workshop on Islamic Economics and Finance, 17th-18th July 2010, University of Durham.