Mr Mohammad Jizi
Mohammad completed his bachelor degree in Accounting and Finance at the Lebanese University in 2002 and his MBA degree at the Lebanese American University in 2004. He is a Certified Internal Auditor, CIA holder form the Institute of Internal Auditors US in 2008.
Mohammad has more than five years of experience in the consulting and internal audit profession. Before joining the PhD programme at Durham University, Mohammad managed several advisory and business process re-engineering projects at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). Along with his professional career, he was appointed as a Business School faculty where he taught Accounting, Fraud Examination and Internal Audit courses.
Accounting Risk Measures, Corporate Governance and the Extent of Voluntary Disclosure: Evidence from the US banking sector
The study is intended to examine the impact of corporate governance on the extent of selected voluntary disclosures such as risk and corporate social responsibility disclosures. Moreover, the study will empirically investigate the impact of voluntary disclosures on the banks' risk and performance.