Dr Faeezah Peerbhai is a senior lecturer in Finance. She has over a decade of teaching experience in both undergraduate and postgraduate courses (Capital market theory, Quantitative methods in Finance, Corporate Finance and Portfolio Management). She holds a PHD in Finance and is the current Programme Manager for the Postgraduate Diploma in Finance, Banking and Investment Management (PGDip FBIM). Her research interests include Islamic finance, asset pricing, market microstructure, and exchange traded funds.Peerbhai is also an active researcher and is involved in supervising honours, masters and PHD students.
B Com (Information Systems and Finance)
B Com Honours (Finance)
M Com (Finance)
South African Finance Association (SAFA)
Exchange traded funds
Kunjal, D; Muzindutsi, P and Peerbhai, F (2021). The performance of South African Exchange Traded Funds under changing market conditions. Journal of Asset Management (Forthcoming)
Kunjal, D and Peerbhai, F (2021) Investor Herding During COVID-19: Evidence from the South African Exchange Traded Fund Market. African Review of Economics and Finance (Advanced online publication).
Peerbhai, F and Naidoo, K (2015). Gold as an exchange rate hedge: Empirical evidence from South Africa. Journal of Developing Areas, vol 49, no 6 (special edition), April 2015, pp205-217
Peerbhai, F and Strydom, B (2018) Testing the International Capital Asset Pricing Model’s Relevance for South Africa. Journal of Contemporary Management, vol 15, no 1, pp525-550