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Dr Nadia Benbouzid

Nadia Benbouzid PGCHE, BA, MSc, PhD

Dr Nadia Benbouzid

Nadia Benbouzid
PGCHE, BA, MSc, PhD

Senior Lecturer in Banking and Finance

Department of Accounting & Finance

Business School

Nadia has obtained her PhD in Banking and Finance, from Queen Mary University of London. She has previously gained an MSc in Banking and International Finance from Cass Business School, City University. In addition, she holds a BA in Banking and Financial Economics from London Metropolitan University. Nadia won a number of merit scholarships during her studies for excellent academic performance.

Nadia's research focuses on credit risk in the banking sector; more specifically she investigates the determinants of CDS spreads before, during and after the financial crisis. Her research incorporates both macro- and bank-level drivers of credit risk in developed and emerging markets. She also addresses the impact of financial stability, market efficiency and financial development on CDS spreads. Her recent work uncovers an important link between the housing market and bank credit risk. Nadia is currently interested in analysing the impact of Basel 3 on Financial Stability. She has previously taught Financial Management at Queen Mary University of London. She is currently a Senior Lecturer at the University of Greenwich; she has also taught a number of courses at UoG's partner institution IIFE in Hanoi, Vietnam, in 2015.

Dr Nadia Benbouzid teaches on the following BA and MSc courses:

  • Financial Markets and Products (MSc) - Course Leader
  • Introduction to Finance and Economics (BA/BSc) - Course Leader
  • Personal and Professional Development (BA/BSc)
  • Financial Markets and Risk (MSc)
  • Member of the Financial Engineering and Banking Society (June 2012)
  • Certificate of STATA Software proficiency, awarded by Timberlake Consultancy,  Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge (April 2011)
  • Bank Capital Regulation, Securitization
  • Credit risk in the banking sector;
  • Determinants of CDS spreads before, during and after the financial crisis;
  • Macro- and bank-level drivers of credit risk in developed and emerging markets
  • Impact of financial stability, market efficiency and financial development on CDS spreads.

, and () . Research in International Business and Finance. In: The housing market and the credit default swap premium in the UK banking sector: A VAR approach. Elsevier. ISSN 0275-5319 ISSN 0275-5319

, and () . Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money. In: Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money. Elsevier. pp. 135-145. ISSN 1042-4431 ISSN 1042-4431

and () . North American Journal of Economics and Finance. Elsevier. pp. 243-259. ISSN 1062-9408 ISSN 1062-9408

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, and () . University of Greenwich, Journal of Financial Stability.

Browse our research at GALA