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Abdelsalam Badi

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Research interests

Artificial Intelligence in Banking;

Comparative analysis of financial predictive models;

International accounting theory;

Business accounting;

Predictive modelling in finance;

Risk management in banking;

Quantative financial modelling;

Corporate governance.

Scholarly biography

I am a dedicated and accomplished researcher currently in the final stages of my Ph.D. in business, with a focus on a comparative study of theoretical, empirical, statistical, and AI techniques for predicting bankruptcy in the European banking sector. My academic journey has equipped me with a profound understanding of financial dynamics and predictive modeling, paving the way for an insightful exploration of the challenges faced by European banks. 

My research extends to the intersection of finance, technology, and statistical methodologies, with a particular emphasis on leverging artificial intelligence to enhance predictive analytics in the financial domain. Through the pursuit of my Master of Science in Internation Accounting and Finance from the University of Herrriot Watt, I honed my analytical skills and deepened my comprehension of international financial frameworks. 

Furthermore, my academic background encompasses a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting and an MBA in Financial Management, providing me with a comprehensive understanding of the intricacies of financial systems. This diverse educational foundation positions me uniquely to contribute valuable insights to the field of banking and finance. 

Education/Academic qualification

Master, Perceptions of the Libyan Bankers and External Auditors towards IFRS Adoption in Libyan Banking Sector: Benefits, Challenges, and Solutions, Heriot-Watt University

Award Date: 11 Nov 2017

Master, MBA Financial Management , Arab Academy for Banking and Financial Sciences

Award Date: 20 Dec 2007

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