Faculty Profile

  • MBA, Institute of Business Administration, University of Dhaka, 2006
    BBA, Institute of Business Administration, University of Dhaka, 2004

Areas of Interest
Corporate Finance, Financial Institutions, Security Analysis and Portfolio Management, International Financial Management.

Sumaiya Zaman

Assistant Professor

Overview

She has a ten-year teaching experience in private universities in Bangladesh. She has work experience in both multinational and local companies like the Unilever Bangladesh Ltd. and the Kazi Farms Ltd. Her research area is Corporate Finance. She have written eight papers on my research area applying econometric models, which got published in international academic journals and international conference proceedings. She has recently chaired the Finance Session of the 6th International Interdisciplinary Business-Economics Advancement Conference, 9 -13 May, 2016, Miami, Florida, organized by the University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee

Research & Awards

Chair of Finance Session of the 6th International Interdisciplinary Business-Economics Advancement Conference, 9 -13 May, 2016, Miami, Florida, US.

Publications

Journal Articles

Zaman, S. (2011). Cost of capital: how is it estimated? Case of private commercial banks of Bangladesh. Vision International Journal , 1 (2), 65-70.

Zaman, S. (2011). Is dividend policy an important determinant of market performance: Focus on private banks of Bangladesh. World Review of Business Research , 1 (4), 135-41.

Zaman, S. (2013). Is growth of a company a prime indicator of its dividend policy? Spotlight on private commercial banks of Bangladesh. World Journal of Social Sciences , 3 (4), 18-24.

Zaman, S. (2012). Profitability is an important determinant of dividend policy of listed private commercial banks of Bangladesh. World Review of Business Research , 2 (3), 118-23.

Conference Proceedings

Zaman, S. (2016). Can accounting ratios determine change in market share price? Spotlight on the Dhaka Stock Exchange listed private commercial banks of Bangladesh. Miami: Proceedings of the 6th International Interdisciplinary Business-Economics Advancement Conference.

Zaman, S. (2015). Can accounting ratios differentiate between Islamic banks and conventional banks? A study on the Dhaka Stock Exchange listed private commercial banks of Bangladesh. (p. 143). Las Vegas: Proceedings of the 4th International Interdisciplinary Business-Economics Advancement Conference

Zaman, S. (2013). Determinants of dividend policy of a private commercial bank in Bangladesh: Which is the strongest, profitability, growth, or size? Melbourne: Proceedings of the 9th Asian Business Research Conference.

Zaman, S. (2011). Estimation procedure of cost of capital of private commercial banks in Bangladesh: An analysis. Houston: Proceedings of the 2011 Academy of International Business – US Southwest Chapter Annual Conference.

Zaman, S. (2012). Growth of a company is an important determinant of its dividend policy, is it true? Focus on listed private commercial banks of Bangladesh. New Orleans: Proceedings of the 2012 Academy of International Business – US Southwest Chapter Annual Conference.

Zaman, S. (2011). Impact of dividend policy on the market performance of listed private commercial banks of Bangladesh: An analysis. Houston: Proceedings of the 2011 Academy of International Business – US Southwest Chapter Annual Conference.

Zaman, S. (2012). Is profitability an important determinant of dividend policy of listed private commercial banks of Bangladesh: An analysis. New Orleans: Proceedings of the 2012 Academy of International Business – US Southwest Chapter Annual Conference.

Zaman, S. (2012). Size of a private commercial bank in Bangladesh is a major indicator of its dividend policy, true or false? Melbourne: Proceedings of the 7th Asian Business Research Conference.

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