Muhammad  Hanif 4566

Muhammad Hanif

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  • m.hanif@ajman.ac.ae

Muhammad Hanif (Fellow CMA) is a graduate of University of The Punjab (B.COM, M.COM -Gold Medalist) and International Islamic University, Islamabad (MS Finance -Gold Medalist & PhD-Finance).
He spent summer 2013, at Harvard University to attend a short course and a conference on emotional intelligence] and summer 2012, at Kent Business School,
He became Fellow Member of ICMA-PK in 2007. He achieved the presidential award for securing an overall first position in AJK-PSC in 1998. He was awarded (BUTA 2012-13) by HEC-PK.
He has delivered conference and seminar speeches at various distinguished places across the world including
Pakistan, UAE,UK,USA and Netherland.

Dr. Muhammad Hanif has 20 years of professional/managerial and teaching experience at various institutions including SCCBA, RIU, BU, ICMA and FSM. He has vast experience in financial and tax consultancy

Valuation of Assets/Asset Pricing
Earnings Management
capital structure
market efficiency
Islamic financing
He has published 17 journal articles and delivered 23 speeches at international conferences/seminars. He has conducted three workshops in the area of Islamic finance at Islamabad and The Hague
He has delivered conference and seminar speeches at various distinguished places across the world including (CEIF)-2015-Peshawar, (GFIF)-2012-14-Lahore, (CIFB)-2015-FSM-NU, FMS-IIUI-2013 & (ICIB)-2014-Islamabad (Pakistan), 5th (AARC)-2013-NYC, (WFC)-2016-NYC (USA), Seminar on Islamic banking, Kent Business School-2012, Islamic Finance Conference-Lancaster Business School-2014 (UK) and 5th (ARC)-2012, 1st DIBSSRC-2016 and Seminar at Ajman University-2016-UAE.

1. 2016. Salam Accounting. Management Accountant (Official Journal of ICMA-Pakistan) Vol 25, No 3 (May-June), pages 23-26
2. 2016. Risk and Returns of Shari’a Compliant Stocks on the Karachi Stock Exchange – A CAPM and SCAPM approach. Journal of King Abdul Aziz University: Islamic Economics Vol 29, No 2, pages 37-54 (Scopus-2014, SJR 0.117).
3. 2016. Economic Substance or Legal Form: An Evaluation of Islamic Finance Practice. International Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Finance and Management. Vol.9 Issue 2, pages 277-95. (CABS Rating 1).
4. 2016. Ijarah Accounting: A Comparison of Conventional IAS-17 and Islamic FAS-8. Journal of Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance. Vol 12, No. 1, pages 49-62 (CABS Rating 1).
5. 2015. Impact of Real Sector Variables on Shari’a Compliant Cross-section Stock Returns. Pakistan Journal of Commerce and Social Sciences, Vol.9 No.1, pages 1-17 (HEC Y-Category Journal).