Sajid Chaudhry

Research Fellow

Department of Accounting and Finance

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About

Sajid is an AHRC/Max Fry Research Fellow at Birmingham Business School. He has completed his PhD from School of Business and Economics, Maastricht University, The Netherlands. His research interests include micro and macro economic aspects of Banking.

Qualifications

PhD in Banking and Finance, School of Business and Economics, Maastricht University, The Netherlands.

Teaching

International Banking Regulation and Supervision (IBRS), an MBA course in 2013-2014

Research

 

  • Empirical Banking (Particularly Syndicated Lending)
  • Extreme Value Theory
  • Financial Markets Linkages
  • Financial Crisis
  • Bank Taxation and Regulation

Publications

Completed Articles:

“Tail Risks and Systemic Risk for U.S. and Eurozone Banks in the Wake of the Global Financial Crisis”, co-authored with Stefan Straetmans (Revised and resubmit to Journal of Banking and Finance)

“Information Asymmetry and the Structure of Loan Syndicates”, co-authored with Stefanie Kleimeier

“Cultural Differences and the Structure of Loan Syndicates”, co-authored with Stefanie Kleimeier

“Negotiation and Clustering of Corporate Loan Spreads”, co-authored with Stefanie Kleimeier

Working Papers:

“Business and Financial Cycle Synchronization”, co-authored with Jameel Ahmed and Stefan Straetmans

“Balancing Bank Regulation and Taxation”, co-authored with Andy Mullineux and Natasha Agarwal

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