Mobeen is a doctoral student in the Finance Group at Imperial College Business School and is supported by a full scholarship sponsored by the Brevan Howard Centre for Financial Analysis.
His research interests are in international finance, FX derivatives, asset pricing, arbitrage/quantitative investment strategies, equity market volatility, financial intermediation, and portfolio theory. His research papers are available on SSRN here.
He has also taught a range of modules including Corporate Finance, Banking Regulation & Monetary Policy, Topics in FinTech Innovation, and Introduction to Mathematics across the MSc, Global MBA, and Executive MBA programmes. In recognition of his teaching, he has been awarded the 'Best Graduate Teaching Assistant of the Year' prize.
Mobeen is an active member of the student leadership body at the Business School, having served as Chair of the Deans' Student Advisory Council and Chair of the Student-Staff Committee for the Doctoral Programme since October 2015. In recognition of his efforts, he was awarded a President's Medal of Excellence in the 'Outstanding Student Achievement' category in 2017.
Mobeen holds an MRes in Financial Computing with Distinction from University College London, an MSc in Mathematical Modelling & Scientific Computing from Oxford University, and a BSc in Mathematics with First Class Honours from University College London.