Jeyanthi Selvarajah, Dr

jeyanthi.selvarajah@monash.edu
603 5514 5844
Room 6-5-105

Dr Jeyanthi Selvarajah joined Monash University Sunway Campus in June 2008. She is a member of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants. She has industrial experience in United Kingdom and Malaysia and has vast teaching experiences in tertiary institutions. Prior to joining Monash University Sunway Campus as a full-time lecturer, she was in Multimedia University of Malaysia and also lectured twinning programmes with Curtin University in Australia and Queens University in Belfast.

Dr Jeyanthi teaching experience are in the fields of accounting and finance. Subjects taught are Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Financial Reporting Standards, Portfolio Management, Principles of Corporate Finance, Financial Theory and Corporate Policy. Strategic Management and International Banking and Finance. Currently she is teaching ACW 3491 Advanced Financial Accounting in School of Business.

Since joining Monash University Sunway Campus, Jeyanthi has co-authored two articles on FRS 139 and Windfall tax for publications in The Company Lawyer and Tax Notes International respectively. Prior papers presented were on The Study of the Malaysian Palm Oil Market Demand and The Determinants of the Price-Earning Ratio for KLSE Listed Companies. Research interests are in Microfinance, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, International Accounting Standards.

Academic Qualifications

Doctor of Philosophy
Institution Monash University
Year awarded 2017
Master of Science (Finance)
Institution University Putra Malaysia
Year awarded 2001
Chartered Association of Certified Accountants (CACA)
Institution N/A
Year awarded 1988

Areas of Expertise

1 Financial Accounting issues and related accounting standards and finance (inclusive of microfinance)

Teaching

Subject CodeSubject
AFW1002 Introduction to Financial Accounting
AFW3040 Financial Accounting Issues
1 Kassipillai, J. and Selvajarah, J. (2009), "Tax Guidelines for Financial Institutions Adopting FRS 139 and its impact on commercial activities", The Company Lawyer.

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