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Mohammad Shehub Bin Hasan

Lecturer in Finance

Deputy Director of Studies

Mohammad Shehub Bin Hasan


  • Empirical Asset Pricing, 
  • Mispricing and Anomalies, 
  • FinTech and Cryptocurrencies, 
  • Corporate Finance


ICMA Centre, Whiteknights Campus

Shehub is a Lecturer in Finance at the ICMA Centre, Henley Business School, part of the University of Reading. He was awarded a PhD in Finance and Econometrics by Warwick Business School at the University of Warwick in Spring 2022. He received the prestigious Commonwealth and Commonwealth Shared Scholarships to pursue his MSc and PhD degrees.

Shehub's research interests span empirical asset pricing, investor psychology and decision making, mispricing and anomalies, fintech and cryptocurrencies, and the interaction between firm political contribution and corporate decisions.

Previously, he worked as a Lecturer and an Assistant Professor of Finance at the Department of Finance, University of Dhaka. He has also worked as a Lecturer in Finance at several private universities in Bangladesh. He was a resource person for Bangladesh Institute of Capital Market (BICM), Investment Corporation Board (ICB) of Bangladesh, and Dhaka Stock Exchange Training Academy.

His research has been selected for presentation at conferences organized by the Financial Management Association (FMA), the European Financial Management Association (EFMA), INQUIRE, Behavioural Finance Working Group – Queen Mary University of London, and British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA).

Reference: Bin Hasan, Shehub, Alam, Md Samsul, Paramati, Sudharshan Reddy and Islam, Md Shahidul (2022) Does firm-level political risk affect cash holdings? Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 59 (1). pp. 311-337. ISSN 1573-7179 doi:
Henley faculty authors:
Mohammad Shehub Bin Hasan
Reference: Islam, Md Shahidul, Alam, Md Samsul, Bin Hasan, Shehub and Mollah, Sabur (2022) Firm-level political risk and distance-to-default. Journal of Financial Stability, 63. 101082. ISSN 1572-3089 doi:
Henley faculty authors:
Mohammad Shehub Bin Hasan

Fintech and Cryptocurrencies

This module seeks to introduce students to Fintech as well as cryptocurrencies and blockchain. The module offers students the opportunity to gain an understanding of how and why firms are...

Module code: IC316