Dr. Ann-Ngoc Nguyen is currently the Programme Leader for BSc Financial Services. Her main areas of expertise and research interests include corporate finance, financial market microstructures, market based accounting research & economics. Ann-Ngoc was awarded her Master degree by the Johns Hopkins University Graduate School of Advanced International Studies. She subsequently obtained her Doctorate in Finance at Brunel University. During her education, Ann-Ngoc has been awarded a number of prestigious commercial and governmental scholarships.
Prior to joining Middlesex University, Ann held appointments within the educational sector and government agencies.
Ann-Ngoc teaching interests are in contemporary issues in Advanced/Applied Corporate Finance, Finance and Risk Management, Financial Markets & Institution, Investment Valuation, Financial Theories, Financial Data Analysis, Financial Theories.
Current and previous taught modules include:
Corporate Finance & Applied Corporate Finance (MSc Financial Management)
Financial Data Analysis (MSc Financial Management)
Finance and Risk Management (MSc Finance & Investment, MSc Banking & Finance, MBA Oil & Gas)
Global Issues in Financial Services (BSc Financial Services)
PhD supervision (Finance)
Main supervisor to completions:
1. Viet Phuong Le (now Lecturer at Coventry University): MPhil/PhD. (2021)
Title of Thesis: Interrelationship between insider trading and managerial attributes
2. Muhammad Sadiq Shahid (now Associate Professor at Bahauddin Zakariya University), MPhil/PhD. (2016)
Title of Thesis: Economic factors and performance of stock return: An empirical investigation of stock market of Pakistan
Ami Dhakan (now Lecturer at University of West England): MPhil/PhD (2018-present)
Title of Thesis: Board diversity and Equity Risk Premium
Research interests: Market reaction around earnings disclosures and dividend announcements, index revision and investment opportunities, corporate risk management, corporate governance and investor relations, Executive pay gap and insider trading.
Emerald Literati “2019 Highly commended Award” for the paper “The impact of Dividend Announcements on share price and trading volume: Empirical evidence from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries. Journal of Economic Studies 45 (2). pp. 210-230. with my PhD student Felimban, Raza and my colleague Floros, Christos.
Nguyen, Ann-Ngoc and Le, Viet and Kernohan, David and Gregoriou, Andros, Market Reactions to Insider Trading Prior to Corporate Earnings Disclosure. Does Executive Pay Disparity Play Any Role?. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=4445167 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.4445167
Le, Viet and Nguyen, Ann-Ngoc and Forbes, William and Gregoriou, Andros, Insider Trading, Executive Pay Disparity and CEO Turnover. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=4445168 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.4445168
Le, Viet; Nguyen, Ann-Ngoc; and Gregoriou, Andros (2022) Insider trading, gender diversity within the board room, CEO pay gap, and stock price crash risk. International Journal of Finance & Economics. ISSN 1076-9307 [ABS 3*]
Nguyen, Ann-Ngoc and Kernohan, David and Nguyen, Tung (2022) Minority versus majority: the choice of acquisition in Asia-Pacific countries. International Journal of Finance and Economics. ISSN 1076-9307 [ABS 3*]
Felimban, R. and Floros. C, and Nguyen, Ann-Ngoc (2018). The impact of Dividend Announcements on share price and trading volume: Empirical evidence from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries. Journal of Economic Studies 45 (2). pp. 210-230 [Scopus Q1 ranking]
Nguyen, Ann-Ngoc (2018), Shahid M. and Kernohan, D. Investor Confidence and Mutual Fund Performance - insights from emerging markets in India and Pakistan. Journal of Economic Studies, 45 (6). pp. 1288-1310 [Scopus Q1 ranking]
Gregoriou, Andros & Nguyen, Ngoc (2010), Stock Liquidity and Investment Opportunities: New Evidence from FTSE 100 Index Deletions. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money. Volume, July 2010, Pages 267-274 [ABS 3*]View more publications