Dr Mirzet Šeho

Lecturer

Department of Accounting & Finance

mirzet.seho@monash.edu
603 5514 4987
Room 6-5-109

 

Biodata

Mirzet Šeho is a lecturer at the School of Business. With more than eight years of professional experience in the industry, he has held various positions throughout his career. His most notable positions are as Head of Financial Controlling at two different high-volume public-listed multinational companies, where he led his cross-functional teams in enhancing financial management, strategic planning, internal controls, etc. A passionate researcher, Dr Šeho is eager to disrupt traditional modes of finance and take an active role in shaping its future.

Academic Qualifications

Doctor of Philosophy
Institution International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF)
Year awarded 2018
Master of Finance
Institution International Islamic University Malaysia
Year awarded 2007
Bachelor of Economics
Institution International Islamic University Malaysia
Year awarded 2004
Bachelor of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Heritage
Institution International Islamic University Malaysia
Year awarded 2004

Areas of Expertise

1 Islamic Finance
2 Corporate Finance
3 Financial Economics
4 FinTech

Teaching

Subject CodeSubject
BFW3120 FinTech and Its Impact on Global Finance and Banking

Book Chapters

* Mohd Rasid, M. E. S. & Seho, M. (2017). Tabung Haji run-up to Islamic finance in Malaysia. In M. A. A. Kareem (Ed.), Islamic finance in Malaysia: Growth & development (pp. 27–54). Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Pearson Malaysia.  

Scholarly Journals

*Seho, M., Alaabed, A. & Masih, M. (2016). Risk sharing financing of Islamic banks: better shielded against interest rate risk? Journal of Muamalat and Islamic Finance Research (JMIFR), Vol 13/No. 2.  

Conference Proceedings

*Seho, M. & Bacha, O.I. (2019). The effects of interest rate on Islamic bank financing instruments: cross-country evidence from dual-banking systems. 21st Malaysian Finance Association Conference, Sunway Univeristy, Bandar Sunway, 31st July – 1st August, 2019.
*Seho, M. & Ibrahim, M.H. (2018). Does Sectoral Diversification of Loan and Financing Improve Bank Return and Risk in Dual-Banking Systems? 20th Malaysian Finance Association Conference, Langkawi, August 1-2, 2018.
*Seho, M., Alaabed, A. & Masih, M. (2016). Risk sharing financing of Islamic banks: better shielded against interest rate risk? 18th Malaysian Finance Association Conference (MFAC) & 7th Islamic Banking, Accounting and Finance (iBAF) Conference, Melaka, 29th – 31st May, 2016.

Others

* Trakic, A. and Seho, M. (2018). Islamic Banking in Bosnia and Herzegovina: How Far Have We Come? Islamic Finance News, 31 October 2018.
*Seho, M. (2017). Does diversification improve bank performance in dual-banking systems? Centre for Islamic Asset and Wealth Management (CIAWM) Bulletin, 3.

Local Grants

Title The effects of diversification on bank strength: evidence from dual-banking systems using CAMEL-DEA approach
Investigators Mirzet Seho
Funding Period Jan 2019 – Dec 2019
Funding Body/Organisation Sunway University

Current Supervision

Student Aniza Zainol
Program of study Key Factors Influencing R&D Intensity and Accounting
Choice:
Empirical Evidence from Malaysia? (PhD)

Completed Supervision

Student Aaron Alexander Tan
Program of study Does Corporate Governance Mitigate the Association between Oil Price Changes and Firm Performance? (MIB, 2018)
Awarding University Monash University
Student Nampuna Dolok Gultom
Program of study Do Product Market Power and Business Strategy Affect Audit Risk? Some Evidence from Audit Fees (PhD, 2018)
Awarding University Monash University
Student Yik Pui, Low
Program of study Corporate Political Activities, Religiosity and Firm Value (PhD, 2016)
Awarding University Monash University
Student Wen Ting, Lim (recipient of best thesis award)
Program of study Company Reputation, Audit Firm Reputation and Audit Quality (Hons, 2016)
Awarding University Monash University
Student Andriyawan Sasmita (recipient of best student and best thesis award)
Program of study Busy Auditors, Audit Quality and Earnings Management in Malaysia (Hons, 2014)
Awarding University Monash University
Student Chwee Ming, Tee
Program of study Institutional Investor Heterogeneity and CEO Compensation: Some Malaysian Evidences (PgDip, 2012)
Awarding University Monash University
Student Yik Pui, Low
Program of study Advertising, Corporate Governance and Stock Liquidity (Hons, 2011)
Awarding University Monash University

Local Award

Award Name Best Paper Award
Awarding Body Journal of Muamalat and Islamic Finance Research and Malaysian Finance Association
Year of award 2016
Project Title Risk sharing financing of Islamic banks: better shielded against interest rate risk?

International Award

Award Name Best Paper Award
Awarding Body Pacific-Basin Finance Journal (Elsevier) and Malaysian Finance Association
Year of award 2019
Project Title The effects of interest rate on Islamic bank financing instruments: cross-country evidence from dual-banking systems
Award Name Best Paper Award
Awarding Body Pacific-Basin Finance Journal (Elsevier) and Malaysian Finance Association
Year of award 2018
Project Title Does Sectoral Diversification of Loan and Financing Improve Bank Return and Risk in Dual-Banking Systems