Position: Pathway Leader RBS BA Global Financial Management
Faculty: Business & Management
Nnamdi Obiosa is a seasoned financial practitioner and lecturer with many years' experience gained through working in consultancy services and lecturing. As a consultant he has a rich vein of experience ranging from investment activities to financial markets and financing activities. He has been able to bring the knowledge gained in practice to bear in his teaching activities to good effect. He has continued to engage in wider professional partnership with professional colleagues in commerce and industry that are discipline specific education which helps him to remain current in his field.
- Doctor of Philosophy, (Ph.D.) Banking & Finance, ‘Multi-Objective Planning Model for Capital Resource Allocation in the Educational Sector of Anambra State’, Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Banking and Finance, University Of Nigeria, 1993
- Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education (PgCHE), University of Westminster, London 2011
- Master of Business Administration (MBA), Credit, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria 1989
- Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.), First Class Honours, Accountancy, Rivers State University of Science & Technology Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, Nigeria. 1984.
Relevant Past Employment
- 2008 – current, Senior Lecturer & Pathway Leader RBS BA Global Financial Management pathway, Regent's University London.
- 2012 to Date, Ph.D. Supervisor; The London School of Commerce (LSC), Associate College of Cardiff Metropolitan University, London
- 2006 - 2007, Visiting Lecturer London School of Business and Management, London
- 2007 - 2008, Visiting Lecturer; University of East London
- 2005 - 2008, Consultant; C & N Consults Limited, London
- 1999 - 2004, Managing Partner; Konconsult & Co., Lagos, Nigeria
- 1993 – 1996, Part Time Lecturer; University of Nigeria Department Of Banking and Finance, Enugu Campus, Nigeria
- September 2007 - Institute of Consulting, Member
- May 2012 - Higher Education Academy, Fellow
Teaching & Course Development
Modules taught include;
- Managerial Finance
- Multinational Financial Management
- Principles of Financial Management
- Portfolio Management
- Management Accounting
- Designed three core modules for the UG programmes under review, namely managerial finance, wealth management and international finance modules and also designed the accounting and finance core module with other colleagues.
- Led the development of the BSc Accounting and Finance programme, overseeing its validation, developed and wrote the module specifications for the following finance modules Business Finance, International Finance and Corporate Financial Management.
- Developed the students’ handbook for the programme; obtained accreditation from relevant professional bodies and undertook programme management.
External supervisor of research degree (Ph.D.) students with Cardiff Metropolitan University since 2012. Their Ph.D. thesis titles are as listed below;
- A Study to Investigate Factors Affecting Dividend Policy: Empirical Evidence from the Indonesian Stock Exchange.
- Regional inequality in foreign direct investment flows to India: The Problem and the Prospects- Based on West Bengal.
- A Test of Efficient Market Hypothesis and Return Predictability in the United Kingdom Stock Market.
- Key Macroeconomic Factors and their Impact on the Stock Market: Evidence from Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey (Mint) Countries.
- Modelling the Dynamics of South African Real Estate Sector Performance, Interest Rates and Economic Growth.
External examiner to London School of Business and Management (LSBM) in Accounting and Finance from September 2008 to September 2011
- Financial Markets
- Financial Management
- Financial Economics
- D P Jatmiko, V Manahov and N Obiosa (2016) “Investigating the determinants of dividend policy in emerging markets using a combination of exploratory variables”, Journal of Investment Management and Financial Innovations, Volume 13, Issue 2, pp. 10 - 17.
- D P Jatmiko, V Manahov and N Obiosa; (2014), “Does capital market reaction to non-economic factors generate abnormal returns?” Journal of Investment Management and Financial Innovations, Volume 11, Issue 4, pp.66 – 76.
- N Obiosa (2011), (Book review) ‘Corporate Finance European edition’ by Peter Moles, Robert Parrino, David S. Kidwell, WileyPLUS 2011
Last updated: 08 December 2017