Title/Qualifications: PhD Finance (KU), MBA Finance (UON), B.Ed BUS & Economics (UON), CPAK
Department/Unit/Section: Accounting and Finance
Area of Specialization: Accounting & Finance
Research Interests: Behavioral Finance and Applied Finance
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Proactive and results-driven Finance specialist, Data Analyst, Statistician, and a Researcher with over 8 years of practice and as a consultant. I am well-versed with the management of different projects and in discussing requirements with clients, liaising between executives and clients, developing surveys, preparing reports, drafting budgets, management of finances and logistics, making data recommendations based on research findings. I possess excellent accounting and finance skills, research skills, communication and negotiation skills, computer literacy and attention to detail. Proven record of providing effective consultancy services that will contribute to client market and research objectives and providing them with the knowledge to serve their decision-making objective needs. Deep insight into establishing the coordination of basic and moderately complex project activities, aimed at ensuring quality and timeliness. Strong leadership experience with a record of accomplishing hosts of results to client satisfaction.
- Mugo Hannah Wangari and Shiundu V. Mutswenje (2020). Prudential Regulations and Financial Performance of Commercial Banks in Kenya. Journal of Economics and Finance. Vol. 11, Issue 4 Ser. VIII, PP 16-30
- Cherotich, M. & Shiundu, V. (2020). Investor behavior and common stock investment decisions among individual investors at Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya. International Academic Journal of Economics and Finance, 3(6), 18-31
- Hussein,M. and Mutswenje, V. (2020). Organizational practices and revenue collection in Garissa county, Kenya. International Academic Journal of Economics and Finance, 3(6),234-261.
- Nguku, A. W and Shiundu, V. (2019). Macroeconomic Factors and Financial Performance of Commercial Banks Listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya. International Journal of Humanities and Social science 22 Issue 1.1, 163-176
- Mutswenje, V. S and Jagongo, A. (2014). A survey of the Factors Influencing Individual Investment Decisions: The case of Nairobi Securities Exchange. International Journal of Humanities and Social science.
Seminars And Conferences Participated In
- 3rd to 4th December 2020-Participated in the 2nd School of Business Kenyatta University International Business Research and Industrial Conference (IBRIC)
- June 2019-Participated in the 1st School of Business Kenyatta University International Business Research and Industrial Conference (IBRIC) and presented a paper on “disposition effect and Individual Investor Portfolio Performance at the Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya”
- September 2012 – Participated in the first University of Nairobi conference and presented a paper on “A survey of the factors influencing individual investment decisions: the case of Nairobi stock exchange”.