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  Wednesday, 06 Dec '23
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Mr. Md. Sajib Hossain, CFA

Independent Director



Mr. Md. Sajib Hossain, a Fulbright Scholar, is currently working as an Associate Professor in the Department of Finance at the University of Dhaka. He completed his BBA and MBA in Finance from the University of Dhaka, an MS in Finance from Syracuse University USA, and an FRM from the Global Association of Risk Professional. He is also a CFA Charter holder from the CFA institute, having earned this distinction in 2015. He is a founding member of the CFA Society Bangladesh and is a grader for CFA Level III. Mr. Hossain has received various awards, including the Academic Excellence Award from the Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University, the Vice-Chancellor Gold Medal for outstanding performance in MBA, the Dean's Honors List Award, the Provost Award, and the Deans Merit List Award for outstanding performance in BBA and MBA programs at the University of Dhaka.


Mr. Hossain has worked as a Short-Term Consultant on the project on “Financial Inclusion through Mobile Banking in Bangladesh” at the IFC Dhaka office, as Deputy Head of the Equity Research Team at Royal Capital Limited, and as an Equity Research Analyst at Eastern Bank Limited. He is also a member of the Stock and Broker Performance Evaluation Committee formed by the Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission. Mr. Hossain is the Principal Investigator of a research project titled “The Effect of Covid-19 Pandemic on Tertiary Education: Evidence from a Renowned University in Bangladesh,” which is funded by the University of Grant Commission. He is also working on another research project titled “Regulatory Disclosure Choice and Capital Market Impact” with co-authors from the University of Liverpool, UK, the University of Sheffield, UK, and the University of Leeds, UK. Mr. Hossain has more than 10 scholarly publications and has served as an Independent Director of Emerald Oil Industries Limited and Fareast Finance and Investment Limited.