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Mr Mohamed Aljarallah

M.Aljarallah@Kingston.ac.uk
Doctoral Topic:
Structure and Operations of Financial Regulatory Authority
Area of Interest:
Financial Regulation, Central Banking, Financial Institutions, Financial Small Businesses and Orgnisational Structure

Biography

Mohamed is a full time PhD student at the Department of Accounting, Finance and Informatics. He is a PhD representative to the FRDC, URDC and Senate committees. Mohamed obtained two masters degrees from Kingston Business School; MSc Banking and Finance and MRes, and a bachelors degree from Taibah University in Business Administration and Management.

Mohamed has worked for the public sector in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA); Saudi Arabia Monetary Agency and Madinah Principality. For the private sector, Mohamed has served as a financial Advisor to the CEO of an industrial company.

Mohamed has voluntary experience both in the KSA and UK. In Saudi, Mohamed launched and managed the financial education program with the Awareness of Social and Rehabilitation Association. In the UK, with the British Red Cross.

Doctoral Thesis

Year of Study:
Third
Supervisors:
Dr Mohamed Nurullah and Professor George Saridakis

Doctoral Details

Education and Work History

Degrees:
Qualitative Research Methods (LSE), MRes (Kingston University London), MSc Banking and Finance (Kingston University London), BSc Business Administration and Management (Taibah University)

Work Experience

Industry Experience

Internal Auditor at Madinah Principality

Insurance Supervisor Assistance at Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency - SAMA

Financial Advisor at Raz Industrial

Voluntary Experience

People & Learning at British Red Cross

President of Financial Education Program at Awareness of Social and Rehabilitation Association

Publications and Academic Achievements

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