Dr Prasad Hegde
Links to relevant web pages:
- Lecturer, Auckland University of Technology (2020 - ongoing)
- PhD, Purdue University
- Bachelor of Commerce, Bangalore University
- Financial Risk Manager(FRM), Global Association of Risk Professionals
Prasad joined the Finance Department at AUT Business School in January 2020. Prior to joining AUT, Prasad obtained his PhD from Purdue University in December 2019. Prior to academia, Prasad worked as a Research Associate at Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (IIM) and as an equity analyst at a buy-side fund (STCI Finance Ltd., an RBI subsidiary) in India. His research interests spans topics in empirical finance such as institutional trading behavior, role of board of directors in corporate governance, investments and empirical asset pricing. He holds a Post-Graduation Diploma in Finance and a Bachelor's degree in commerce (Accounting) from India. Prasad also holds Financial Risk Management (FRM) certification awarded by Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP).
Empirical asset pricing.
Empirical Corporate Finance.
Institutional trading and performance.
Investments and trading.
FINA861 - Corporate Financial Management - V1, 2020
Fields of research:
- Banking, Finance and Investment
- Corporate Governance and Stakeholder Engagement
Appointment, affiliation, and membership
- Member, Global Associaion of Risk Professionals
(2009 - ongoing)
Chakravarty, S., & Hegde, P. (2019). The joint entrance exam, overconfident directors and firm performance. Journal of Corporate Finance, 56, 298-318. doi:10.1016/j.jcorpfin.2019.02.007
Hegde, P., Kale, J., & Panchapagesan, V. (2015). Do Indian Business Group Owned Mutual Funds Maximize Value for their Investors?.