Associate Professor Dr. Kamisan Gadar

Associate Professor Dr. Kamisan Gadar

Head of Section (Postgraduate)

B Econs Analytical Economics. (Universiti Malaya)

MBA International Business. (University of Birmingham)

PhD (Islamic Finance) (University of Durham)

Dr Kamisan is the Head of Postgraduate, UniKL International Business and Entrepreneurship School and former department head of Business Management, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris. He has vast experience of more than 10 years in the banking industry including Islamic banking. He has also taught at Universiti Industri Selangor and Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris. He spent a number of years in commercial banking, including a position as a bank officer with Maybank Berhad and as an Islamic banking department head with Bank Rakyat. With 12 year teaching experience, academic research, publications and presentations, he is a fellow member of the World Business Institute, Melbourne, Australia. He has served as a member of National Joint Steering Committee on Islamic Al Rahnu Project. He is also appointed as a panel member of Social Science Division of Malaysian Quality Assurance since 2009. His current research interests include Islamic finance, women entrepreneurship, risk management and intellectual property.

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