Ph.D. Candidate, Islamic Economic and Finance
Department of Islamic Economics and Finance, Instıtute of Social Sciences.
MSc in Finance
Department of Finance, Kulliyyah of Economics and Management Sciences (KENMS).
BSc of Finance & Investment
Department of Finance, College of Economics and Administrative Sciences
Diploma of Arabic Language & Islamic Studies
Institute of Teaching Arabic, Al-Imam Muhammad Ibn Saud Islamic University, Riyadh/ Saudi Arabia
Research Assistant (RA)
Department of Finance, Faculty of Economics.
The project title is: SMEs and Their Accessibility to Islamic Finance.
Project ID: RMGS 17-001-0027
My key role is to:
- Arranging and cleaning the data.
- Running various analyses which related to the methodologies by using SPSS.
- Searching for relevant sources and references based on the sub-topics.
- Conduct literature for relevant studies.
- Assist the research team to write articles publication
Internship (Graduation Requirement)
My internship at Islamic Research and Training Institute (IRTI) member of Islamic Development Bank Group (IsDBG) during the period referred above in Jeddah (KSA), reinforced my interest in the areas of Banking, Finance, Investment and Portfolio Management, and I was able to experience research in different topics in the economic and financial management.
My main role was to monitor some factors of the economic environment of the Central African Region (Zone CEMAC) and its Suitability to Accept Islamic Finance through market surveys and to analyze the data using office packages such as Excel, Word and others. I wrote a report on my findings, which was received by my field supervisor in the organization.
As a matter of fact, this experience helped me to develop relevant skills in building relations, managing my time effectively and writing succinctly.
Prof. Dr. Mohammad ALSUHAIBANI
Mr. Fodol Mohamed Zakaria was one of my hard working students. As a student under my instruction in Financial Engineering (FIN422), Mr. Zakaria has been one of my top %7 students.