Manzoor Anwar Khalidi

A Creative Thinker; a Multi-Disciplinarian with interests in the areas of Banking and Securities Markets Regulations, International Banking, Entrepreneurship, Globalization, Regionalization, Social, Economic, and Political Theory, and Postmodern Philosophy; a highly qualified individual with academic and industry background; a track record of research and publications in International Journals; experience of working on the European Union Harmonization Project; in‑depth knowledge of the Regulations of the Banking and Securities Industry at a Global Level; five years experience in the area of Project Financing; in‑depth knowledge and hands on experience in the area of project appraisal, project supervision and monitoring, and restructuring and rehabilitation of problem projects; a pleasant, hard working, enthusiastic and knowledgeable person with the drive and commitment to make a change.

 

Profile

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

PhD (Doctor of Philosophy)                                                                                         July 2000
University of Southampton, United Kingdom.
Thesis:            ‘Deconstructing the Tensions in the Financial Services Industry’
Publications included in the Thesis:

  • "The EC Directive on Deposit Insurance: A Critical Evaluation", co‑ written with Professor George McKenzie, Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol.32, No.2, June 1994.
  • "The Globalization of Banking and Financial Markets: The Challenge for European Regulators", co‑written with Professor George McKenzie, Journal of European Public Policy, special issue on 'Regulations in the EU', December 1996, vol 3, number 4.

MSc International Banking and Financial Studies                                                             1991
University of Southampton, United Kingdom.
Grade:             First Position (70%).
Dissertation:    ‘Financial Innovation ‑ The Causes, the Effects, and the Structure’

Master of Business Administration                                                                                       1986
Institute of Business Administration,
University of Karachi, Karachi, Pakistan.
Grade:             G.P.A. 3.30 (80.65%), Silver Medallist.
Reports:           Policies and Strategies of Reckitt and Colman (Pakistan) Ltd.; Analysis of Financial Statements (Gul Ahmed Textile Mills Ltd and Hussain Industries Ltd.); Marketing Research Report on the Public Acceptance of Blue Band Margarine.

Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Technology)                                                                       1983
N.E.D. University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi, Pakistan.
Grade:             First Division (85.5%).
Project:            Structural Design of a Pre-stressed Continuous Bridge.

CERTIFICATES AND DIPLOMAS

Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Science                                                                     1990
Institute of Business Administration, Karachi, Pakistan.
Project:  Design of an Automated Menu Driven System for Foreign Currency Loans provided by Habib Bank Ltd. under World Bank and Asian Development Bank Credit Lines.

Certificate in Project Appraisal                                                                                             1988
Industrial Development Authority of Ireland, Dublin, Ireland.
Grade:      Excellent.

Diploma Institute of Bankers Pakistan (Part ‑ I)                                                                 1988

SCHOOL AND COLLEGE

Higher Secondary Certificate ‑ Pre Engineering                                                                 1978
Karachi Board.
D.J. Sindh Govt Science College.
Grade:      First Division (73.1%).

Secondary School Certificate ‑ Science Group                                                                    1976
Karachi Board.
St. Patrick's High School.
Grade:      First Division (67%).

PROFESSOR OF FINANCE& HEAD OF RESEARCH             June 10 – Todate
PAF Karachi Institute of Economics and Technology (PAF-KIET)
Main Ibrahim Hyderi Road
Korangi Creek, Karachi 75190

1. Teaching:
Developed and introduced the following courses which were offered to the MS and MBA students as electives, and also offered to the professionals as a part of executive development program:

  • Basel II Compliance Framework
  • Commodities Market Analysis
  • Technical Analysis of Financial Markets

Developed and introduced the following courses/requirements aimed at capacity building in research for MS/MPhil students:

  • Research in Finance (this course involves an examination of the seminal papers in the field of finance)
  • Critical Review of Research Paper (introduced as a compulsory requirement for the MS student in order to develop their capacity to critically examine research papers, the students are required to make presentation of the papers reviewed in a weekly Research Seminar)

2. Current Research:

  • Case Study on NAB (completed, not yet published )
  • Case Study on Mr. Afzal Siddiqui: The Man Who Transformed the Men’s Hair Care Industry (completed, not yet published)
  • Application of Capital Asset Pricing Model to the Pakistani Capital Markets
  • Case Study on the Privatisation on Pakistan Steel Mills Ltd.
  • Case Study on CIRC

3. Academic Affiliations:

  • Peer Reviewer South Asian Quality Assurance System (SAQS)
  • Member HEC Curriculum Review Committee.

DEAN COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCE                    June 07 – May 2010
PAF Karachi Institute of Economics and Technology (PAF-KIET)
Main Ibrahim Hyderi Road
Korangi Creek, Karachi 75190

1. Areas of Responsibilities:

  • Overall in charge of the College of Management Sciences with over 1500 students in two campuses.
  • Providing a strategic vision to the College of Management Science
  • Restructuring of the College of Management Science
  • Development of new BBA and MBA Curriculum
  • Editor ‘Market Forces’, in-house Academic Journal of PAF-Karachi Institute of Management and Technology (Internationally indexed by the Directory of Open Access Journals, Sweden)

2. Teaching:
Courses taught include: Advanced Research Methodology, Case Research Methodology, Literature Review; Seminar in Economic Policy; Seminar in Capital Markets; Investment Banking; Financial Institutions and Markets; Corporate Finance; Introduction to Business Finance
 
3. Publications:

  • “Why did I Become an Entrepreneur: Case Study on S. M. Asad-ul-Haq”, Market Forces, Vol. 4, No. 4, January 2009.
  • “Postmodernism: A Reaction to the Terrorism of Modernist Philosophical Thought”, Market Forces, Vol. 4, No. 1, April 2008.
  • “Theory of Regulatory Failure”, in Aneet and R. Singh (Eds.) ‘Research in Management and Technology’, published by Deep and Deep Publications (Pvt) Ltd., New Delhi, India
  • “An Exploration into the Concept of Postmodernism”, Market Forces, Vol. 3, No. 4, January 2008.
  • “From Basel I to Basel II”, Co-written with Riaz Ahmed, Market Forces, Vol. 3, No. 3, October 2008.

4. Conference Papers:

  • ‘Following the Footsteps of Joseph Schumpeter to Offer an Explanatory Logic for the Speed-up of the Process of Change’,  paper presented at the Tenth International Business Conference organized by World Business Institute Australia, held on 16-17 April at Dubai. [Adjudged as the Best Paper – Management Track]
  • Consumer Perception of Islamic Banking in Pakistan’, paper presented at the Applied International Business Conference organized by Labuan School of Business and Finance, Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UBS) on ‘Enhancing International Competitiveness’ held on 5-8 November 2008 at Labuan, Malaysia. [Adjudged as the Best Paper – Islamic Finance Track]

PROFESSOR OF FINANCE                                                          September 06 – June 07
PAF Karachi Institute of Economics and Technology (PAF-KIET)
Main Ibrahim Hyderi Road
Korangi Creek, Karachi 75190

1. Areas of Responsibilities:

  • Development of Academic and Research Strategy for College of Management Sciences, including the Restructuring of the BBA and the MBA Programs, and the development of new Subject Specific Specialized MS Programs
  • Development of major Research Proposals for funding by HEC
  • Development of working relationship with Financial Institutions
  • Research, Teaching, & Conducting of Consultancy and Training programs

2. Teaching:
Courses taught include: Seminar in Economic Policy; Investment Banking; Financial Institutions and Markets; Corporate Finance; Introduction to Business Finance

3. Conference Papers:
“Theory of Regulatory Failure”, paper presented at the Gian Jyoti Institute of Management and Technology International Conference on ‘Research in Management and Technology’ held on 23-24 March 2007 at Mohali, Chandigarh, India.

ASSOCIATE DEAN & ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR                     March 06 - September 06
Institute of Business and Technology (BIZTEK)
Main Ibrahim Hyderi Road
Korangi Creek, Karachi 75190

1. Areas of Responsibilities:
Restructuring of the Existing MBA and BBA Programs
Curriculum Revision and Updating
Industry Liaison
Conference, Workshops, and Seminars

2. Development of New Innovative Programs:

  • Developed a MS program in Investment Banking
  • Member of HEC Committee involved in developing a MBA Program in Entrepreneurship

3. Teaching:

  • Courses taught include: Investment Banking; Pakistan Financial Institutions and Markets; Introduction to Business Finance; Financial Management;

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR                                                               January 01 – May 06
Institute of Business Administration (IBA)
Main Campus
University Road, Karachi

ACHIEVEMENTS
1. Teaching:

  • Introduced a new course ‘Regulation of Financial Markets and Financial Institutions’ for the first time in Pakistan. Course contents include the basic concepts, including the rationale, the tools, and the consequences of regulations; the concept of regulatory failure; the institutional and the regulatory framework in place Internationally and in Pakistan for controlling the Banking and the Securities Industry.
  • Developed a Comprehensive Course on ‘Investment Banking’ which begins with an examination of the Philosophy and the Scope of Investment Banking, and then moves on to examine the various facets of Investment Banking including the areas of: Securities Trading, IPO, Underwriting, Financial Innovation, Financial Engineering and Designing of New Financial Instruments, Euro Bonds, Securitization, Funds Management, Mergers and Acquisitions, etc.
  • Other Courses taught: Financial Institutions and Markets; Money and Banking; Corporate Finance; Analysis of Pakistani Industries; Entrepreneurship; Business Economics; Principles of Management

2. Conference Papers:

  • Cross Border Bank Operations’, paper presented at the IBA-SAARC Chamber of Commerce and Industry Regional Conference on Investment and Trade: A Vision for Development, held on January 23 and 24, 2006, at Hotel Sheraton, Karachi.
  • A Deconstructive Analysis of the South Asian Community in a Global Context’, paper presented at the East West Centre / East West Centre Association South Asia Regional Conference on the theme ‘Building a South Asia Global Community in a Global Context’  held on 16-18 November 2005 at New Delhi, India.
  • Corporate Governance: The Evolution and the Application of the Concept to Pakistani Markets’, paper presented at IBA Conference on Corporate Governance: Issues and Concerns held on January 27 and 28, 2005, at Hotel Sheraton, Karachi.
  • ‘Entrepreneurship – The Force behind the Speedup of Change’, paper presented at the First AMDIP Conference on the theme ‘Challenges for Management Development and Education in Pakistan’, held on March 16 and 17, 2004, at Hotel Sheraton, Karachi.
  • ‘Nexus between Power and Knowledge: The Case Study of IBA’, paper presented at the First AMDIP Conference on the theme ‘Challenges for Management Development and Education in Pakistan’, March 16 and 17, 2004, at Hotel Sheraton, Karachi.
  • ‘Regulations?’, paper presented at the IBA Conference on Investment Banking, held on January 17 and 18, 2004, at Hotel Marriott, Karachi.
  • ‘Deconstructing the Regulatory Conundrum’, paper presented at the IBA Conference on Banking and Finance, held on March 16 and 17, 2002, at Hotel Marriott, Karachi.

3. Other Achievements:

  • In-charge Academics, First AMDIP Conference on ‘Challenges for Management Development and Education in Pakistan’, March 16 and 17, 2004, at Hotel Sheraton, Karachi. My contribution included: Writing the vision paper for the Conference; creation of Conference website; management of all correspondence with the prospective speakers including the invitation letters sent to all the Higher Educational Institutions in Pakistan; review of all the abstracts and the papers received from the prospective speakers for the conference; creation of sub-themes and the classification of papers within each sub-theme for the Breakout Sessions.
  • Faculty Coordinator IBA Conference on Banking and Finance, March 16 and 17, 2002, held at Hotel Marriott, Karachi. I was the faculty member coordinating the management of the event with a team of students.
  • Advisor IBA Conference on Investment Banking, January 17 and 18, 2004, held at Hotel Marriott, Karachi. My contribution included advising the Conference Team regarding the selection of speakers for the conference, and the development of themes for each session.

RESEARCH FELLOW                                                                             Oct 1991 ‑ Oct. 1994
Department of Management
University of Southampton,
Southampton SO17 1BJ, United Kingdom.

Three year ESRC Award for Research Study on: "The Harmonization of EC Securities Market Regulation"

1. Publications:

  • "The EC Directive on Deposit Insurance: A Critical Evaluation", co‑written with Professor George McKenzie, Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol.32, No.2, June 1994. ISI Journal Citation Reports® 2009: Impact Factor: 1.316; Ranking:  Economics:58/245; International Relations:13/59; Political Science:23/112 
  • "The Globalization of Banking and Financial Markets: The Challenge for European Regulators", co‑written with Professor George McKenzie, Journal of European Public Policy, special issue on 'Regulations in the EU', December 1996, Vol. 3, No. 4.2009 Impact Factor: 1.294 Ranking: 1/31 (Public Administration) © 2010 Thomson Reuters, 2009 Journal Citation Reports®
  • "Globalization of the Securities Industry: The Need for a Fundamental Rethink of the Regulatory Strategy", Department of Management Discussion Paper, No.96‑132, ISSN 1356‑3548, September 1996.

2. Areas of Research:

  • A critical examination of the regulations of securities industry.
  • In‑depth analysis of the European Union Directives related to the prudential regulations of banking and securities industries including Own Funds Directive, Solvency Ratio Directive, Capital Adequacy Directive, Investment Services Directive, Large Exposure Directive, Deposit Insurance Directive, etc.
  • Comparative analysis of the capital adequacy regulations for securities firms of alternate regulatory regimes at a global level. Regimes covered include UK, US, Japan, France, European Union, and the regulatory proposals by the Basle Subcommittee on Banking Supervision for incorporating market risk and foreign currency risk into the Basle Accord.

3. Other Activities:

  • Undergraduate Teaching in the area of International Banking.

FINANCIAL ANALYST                                                                          Nov 1987 ‑ Dec 1993
Syndicated Loans Division                                                    (Oct. 1990 to Dec 1993 on leave)
Habib Bank Limited
6 ‑ Habib Bank Plaza, I.I.Chundrigar Road, Karachi, Pakistan.

  • Involved in financing of industrial projects under World Bank and Asian Development Bank line of Credit.
  • Responsible for financial and technical analysis of projects, project supervision and monitoring, disbursement of funds, reappraisal of problem projects and preparation of restructuring/rehabilitation package.
  • Responsible for office automation within the division. Job responsibilities include selection of computer hardware, development of software applications, and management of data processing operations within the division.
  • Served as Liaison Officer for the Bank with reference to a study on "The Rationalization of Development Finance Institutions in Pakistan" undertaken by Maxwell Stamp Associates on behalf of Asian Development Bank and Government of Pakistan.
  • Preparation of special reports for the department including: Reorganisation of End‑Use Department; Development of an Accounting / Bookkeeping system for the Division; Design and development of Quarterly Progress Reports for Projects under Implementation; Design and development of Quarterly Progress Reports for Projects in Operation.
  • Delivering of lectures on Project Appraisal, and Project Supervision and Monitoring at the Bank's Training Institute.

FINANCIAL ANALYST                                                                           July 1986 ‑ Oct 1987
Pak Libya Holding Company (Pvt) Limited.
5th Floor, Tower "C", Finance and Trade Centre,
Shahra‑e‑Faisal, Karachi, Pakistan.

  • Job responsibilities included preparation of project appraisal reports, supervision and monitoring of projects, etc.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

  • Professional Engineer (P.E.), Member Pakistan Engineering Council, Registration Number: CIVIL/7830.
  • Associate Member Institute of Engineers Pakistan.
  • Associate Member Pakistan Institute of Bankers.

HONOURS

  • 1991‑94: Three years ESRC Award for serving as Research Assistant on the study on "The Harmonization of EC Securities Markets Regulations".
  • 1991: Placed first in the MSc. International Banking Programme.
  • 1990‑91: Received one year British Government Foreign and Commonwealth Office Post Graduate Scholarship
  • 1986: Silver Medal M.B.A. programme, Institute of Business Administration, University of Karachi.
  • 1982: First Prize Quiz Competition. American Centre Science Club ‑ 1982.
  • 1985: First Prize Quiz Competition. American Centre Science Club ‑ 1985.
  • 1982: First Prize Inter‑Class Quiz Competition. N.E.D. University 1982.

OTHER ACTIVITIES

  • Script Writing and Direction of short films. Portfolio includes a short firm written, directed and produced by me – a political Satire ‘the Asses and the Assholes of the Land of the Pure’.
  • Member D.H.A Country and Golf Club.
  • Appeared as Expert Analyst on TV News Program on ‘Pakistan’s Trade Deficit’ telecast by Sun Biz on 1st December 2006 9.15 PM;
  • Appeared as Expert Analyst on TV News Program on ‘Pakistan’s Economic Scenario’ telecast by Sun Biz on 6th February 2007 9.15 PM;
  • Undergraduate Teaching ‑ Department of Accounting and Management Science, University of Southampton.
  • Student Advisor/Demonstrator Computing Services, University of Southampton 1991-2.
  • Played league cricket for Trojans Cricket Club, Southampton, England.