Saud Amin Khan

Saud Amin Khan

Associate Lecturer


Saud Amin Khan is an Associate Lecturer in Finance, Accounting, and Banking Systems, specialising in financial economics, risk, and decision-making. He covers a wide range of core postgraduate modules, including corporate finance, portfolio management, and statistics and data modelling. Saud joined the Business School in 2022.


I teach modules in financial management, investing, and business, and also supervise postgraduate dissertations.

Beyond academia, I remain active in the markets. In my lessons, I emphasise what can sometimes be overlooked: interdisciplinary mental models. These models help distill financial complexities into core principles, aligning with my students' aspirations and making the lessons meaningful for them in the long run.

The essay “A Little Neglect May Breed Great Mischief: Root-Cause Thinking Reveals That We Are Only as Strong as Our Weakest Link" summarises my approach to teaching. I recommend reading it.


BSc (Hon) Financial Trading and Investment Management; MSc Banking and Finance; MSc Finance and Investment; MSc Wealth Management; MSc Global Financial Trading

Modules taught
Finance (Corporate Finance)
Advanced Portfolio Management
International Financial Management (Currency risks, international trade, macro-implications)
Finance and Marketing
Global Financial Markets (Assets, Banks, Systemic risks)
Financial Management (undergraduate level)
Statistics and Data Modelling


Postgraduate supervision

Financial economics, financial trading, risk and decision-making, and business data analytics.

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