University of Wolverhampton Business School
Lecturer in International Finance
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University of Wolverhampton
Faculty of Social Sciences
City Campus North
Salia is a Lecturer in International Finance at University of Wolverhampton Business School and the course leader for MSc. International Banking and Finance programme.
Salia has over six years’ experience in lecturing both in the UK and abroad. He has previously held teaching appointments at INTO University of East Anglia, Greenwich London College and Regent University College of Science and Technology.
Salia has extensive knowledge and experience in teaching finance and corporate strategy modules. He has also worked as a Management Consultant at the Management Development and Productivity Institute in Ghana and as an Income Generating Specialist. During this period he implemented access to finance projects, designed SME entrepreneurial education training and scaled up development programmes for small and start-up companies.
He is a winner of the Ghana Education Trust Fund PhD Scholarship programme and winner of the 2013 Inclusive Finance Field Research Scholarship (Funded by EU and University Meets Microfinance).
Salia is research active in the area of finance and currently collaborating with colleagues from universities in the UK and Ghana to implement projects on access to finance. Specifically, looking at both supply and demand sides of finance with a view to generate evidence based policies.
Salia has successfully supervised both undergraduate and post-graduate dissertations in finance and management.
Cofounder SAS Capital Money Lending Limited
My research interests include access to finance, exchange rates as monetary policy instruments and investment risk. I am also interested to expand my research interest further into role of international financial institutions.
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