Lecturer in Finance
Mohammad Siddiquee studies behavioral finance as well as the psychology of decision-making, particularly in investment management.
Influenced by the works of Benjamin Graham and his disciple Warren Buffett, Siddiquee is also studying value investing and has developed a simple value investing decision-making tool with Eben Otuteye of the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton.
Siddiquee is currently collaborating with Eben on a project, "Redefining Risk" which may lead to rethinking and reexamination of traditional risk-return paradigms.
Siddiquee teaches managerial finance, investment and portfolio management and personal financial planning in the undergraduate programs, and corporate finance and entrepreneurial finance in the graduate program.
He has published articles in prominent journals such as the Journal of Behavioral Finance, Journal of Investing, International Journal of Accounting and Finance and South Asian Journal of Management.
Siddiquee is a member of the American Finance Association, American Psychological Association, Academy of Behavioral Finance and Economics, Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC), and Society for Judgment and Decision Making.
Before joining the University of New Brunswick in 2012, Siddiquee taught at the Institute of Business Administration, Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh.
Originally from Bangladesh, Siddiquee attended Jahangirnagar University where he received his bachelor's and master’s degree in business administration in 2001 and 2002 respectively. He attended the University of New Brunswick where he received another master's degree in business administration in 2012.
Mohammad Siddiquee is a PhD candidate at the University of New Brunswick and he is expected to complete all the requirements for doctoral degree by 2016.
Otuteye, E. & Siddiquee, M. (2016). A Master Class with Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger 2015. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (Volume 2)
Otuteye, E. & Siddiquee, M. (2015). A Master Class with Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, First edition.
Otuteye, E., & Siddiquee, M. (2015). Overcoming Cognitive Biases: A Heuristic for Making Value Investing Decisions. Journal of Behavioral Finance, 16(2), 140-149
Otuteye, E., & Siddiquee, M. (2015). Avoiding Financially Distressed Companies Using a Value Investing Heuristic. Journal of Investing, 24(3), pp. 73-99.
Otuteye, E., & Siddiquee, M. (2015). Redefining Risk and Return in Common Stock Investment from a Value Investing Perspective: Some Tenable Propositions. Brandes Institute Paper
Otuteye, E., & Siddiquee, M. (2013). Examining The Performance of a Value Investing Heuristic: Evidence From The S&P/TSX 60 From 2001-2011. Journal of Business Economics & Finance, 2(4), 67-81
Mitra, D., & Siddiquee, M. (2013). Measuring Efficiency of the Banking Industry Before and After the Recent Financial Crisis: Some International Evidence. International Journal of Accounting and Finance, 4(2), 143-167
2015-2016 Teaching schedule
|Course Number||Course Title||Term|
|BA 3425||Managerial Finance||2015 (Fall)|
|BA 3421||Personal Financial Planning||2015 (Fall)|
|BA 4437||Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management||2015 (Fall)|
|BA 3425||Managerial Finance||2016 (Winter)|
|BA 3425||Managerial Finance||2016 (Summer)|