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Professor named among top women in Islamic finance

Meryem Duygun Nottingham

The 2018 WOMANi list of the top 100 women in Islamic finance has named Nottingham University Business School's Professor Meryem Duygun at 35.

The prestigious annual list features the most powerful women in the global Islamic financial services industry and includes women prominent in policy making, business, academica, and banking.

Professor Duygun holds the Aviva Chair in Risk and Insurance at Nottingham University Business School and has an international reputation for her outstanding research in banking.

Her research fields are in international banking, risk, and corporate finance, including Islamic banking and finance.

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Posted on Tuesday 17th April 2018

 

 

 

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