Griffith University - Reserve Bank of Fiji joint Seminar Series

Griffith University - Reserve Bank of Fiji joint Seminar Series

 The Griffith Asia Institute’s South Pacific Studies Group and the Department of Accounting Finance and Economics’ Finance and Financial Planning Discipline invite you to

 Griffith University – Reserve Bank of Fiji joint Seminar Series
About the seminar
Griffith University is hosting a DFAT Fellowship funded scientific research training for Fellows from Reserve Bank of Fiji (RBF) from 29 June to 10 July 2015 on “Developing capacity for research and policy formulation at the Reserve Bank Fiji”. The joint Griffith–RBF seminar series is part of the training program, with three speakers from RBF and two FFP PhD candidates.

10.30am Introductions and opening remarks: Dr. Parmendra Sharma and Dr. Suman Nuepane
10:40am Speaker 1: Disusu Ravonu, Reserve Bank of Fiji, Unconventional Monetary Policy in Fiji: Post 2006 (RBF-Griffith WP #2)
11:00am Speaker 2: Carl Miller, Reserve Bank of Fiji, Examining the Adequacy of Microfinance and Mobile Banking Regulatory Framework in Fiji (RBF-Griffith WP #3)
11:20am Speaker 3: Savaira Manoa, Reserve Bank of Fiji, The Effects of Bank Reforms on the Efficiency of Banks in Fiji (RBF-Griffith WP #4)
11:40am Speaker 4: Nurul Kabir, Griffith University PhD candidate, Competition, Efficiency and Credit Risk: A Comparative Analysis between Islamic and Conventional Banking Systems
12:00pm Speaker 5: Kulunu Vithanage, Griffith University PhD candidate, Underwriting Syndicates in IPOs
12:20pm Questions and comments for speakers
13:00pm Lunch
Dr. Parmendra Sharma, South Pacific Studies Group,
Dr. Suman Neupane, Finance and financial Planning,
Session chair: A/Professor Mark Brimble 
Friday 10 July 2015
Griffith University, Nathan Campus
N50 Multi-Purpose Room (0.32)
RSVP: Natasha Vary by Wednesday 8 July 2015 via email: or 37355322

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RSVP on or before Wednesday 8 July 2015 , by email, or by phone 37355322

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