Samie Ahmed Sayed

Education : Fellow in Management from International Management Institute (IMI), New Delhi, M.Com (Management) from University of Mumbai, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (cum laude) from City University of New York, USA, Licenciate in Mech. Engg., Veermata Jijabai Tech. Institute (VJTI), Mumbai

Contact: (+91) 9323879430

Email: [email protected]

About Samie Ahmed Sayed

Samie Ahmed Sayed has completed his doctoral level fellow program in management (FPM) from International Management Institute. He has completed his bachelor’s in business from City University of New York and Master’s Degree in Commerce from University of Mumbai. He has more than 10 years of corporate experience primarily into investment banking with Royal Bank of Scotland (Equity Capital Markets, Australia). He has published research papers in reputed journals including Vikalpa (Sage), Journal of Accounting and Emerging Economies (Emerald) and Journal of Advances in Management Research (Emerald). He has travelled all across India and taught at reputed management colleges including IMT Ghaziabad, SIBM (Symbiosis) Pune, IMI Kolkata and colleges affiliated to University of Mumbai.

Work Experience
  • Associate Professor at ITM Business School, Navi Mumbai (April 2017 onwards):
    Core teaching and research areas including investment banking, corporate
    restructuring and valuation, derivatives and corporate finance.
  • Visting Faculty at IMI Kolkata for Invesment Banking, Mergers and Acquisitions
    and Risk Management
  • Empanelled Corporate Trainer – Dun & Bradstreet from Nov 2015 onwards
    • Conducted financial markets corporate training at leading multinational
      banks including Barclays, Deutsche Bank, Bank of America.
  • Assistant Professor ITM Business School, Navi Mumbai (June 2011 – Mar 2017)
  • Finance and Investment Manager at A & Z Exports Pvt. Ltd (March 2010 to May
    2011): Managed team of analysts for clients and also worked on trade finance for export deals.
  • Investment banking analyst at Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS, Mumbai, India
    (December 2004 to February 2010): An integral part of the investment banking
    and corporate finance team from 2008 to 2010 and performed tasks including
    pricing of rights issues, analysis of dividend reinvestment plans, financial
    modelling including DCF, analysis of potential investors for sale of assets,
    performing critical analysis for pitch books, preparing slides in pitch books, post mortem analysis of capital raisings.
  • Credit analyst with La Salle Bank, Chicago, January 2004 (part of ABN AMRO/
    RBS): Credit appraisal for small business banking, review of UCC filings and D&B database for understanding the credibility of a borrower.
  • Business analyst at Research 4 Sales, Mumbai, India (July 2004 to December
    2004)
  • Sales Engineer at Roop Telsonic Ultrasonic Ltd., Mumbai, India (February 1999 to July 1999)
  • Sales Engineer at Indcon Projects and Equipments Ltd., Mumbai, India (July 1997 to December 1998)
  1. Sayed, Samie A. and Latha S.(2017). Factors Mitigating Firm-specific
    Information Asymmetry and Target Price Accuracy in India. Vikalpa, 42 (4),
    220-233. (Sage Publication)
  2. Sayed Samie A. (2017). How much does valuation model choice matter?
    Target price accuracy of PE and DCF in Asian emerging markets. Journal of
    Accounting in Emerging Economies, 7 (1), 90-107 (Emerald Group Publishing,
    ABDC Rating = C, Indexed in Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation
    Index)
  3. Sayed Samie A. and Deepak Chawla (2017). The impact of country-level
    corporate governance on analyst boldness and performance with target price
    forecasts. International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management,
    14 (2), 237-255 (Inderscience Publishers, ABDC rating = C)
  4. Sayed Samie A. (2016). Does sophisticated DCF outperform heuristics driven
    PE? Evidence from India. Journal of Advances in Management Research, 13
    (1), 42-58 (Emerald Publishing House, Indexed in Thomson Reuters Emerging
    Sources Citation Index)
  5. Sayed, Samie A. (2016). Are stars worth following? Measuring the predictive
    ability of star analysts in an emerging market. IIM Kozhikode Society &
    Management Review, 5 (2), 173-185 (Sage Publication, Indexed in J-Gate,
    DeepDyve)
  6. Sayed Samie A. (2015). Should analysts go by the book? Valuation Models
    and Target Price Accuracy in an emerging market. Global Business Review, 16
    (5), 832-844 (Sage Publication, ABDC rating = C)
  7. Sayed, Samie A., & Chaklader, B. (2014). Does Equity Research Induced
    Buying Have Investment Value? Evidence from an Emerging Market. VIKALPA,
    39(4), 39-54 (Sage Publication, Indexed in Scopus, EBSCO and J-Gate)
  8. Sayed, Samie A. and Verma R. (2014). How Much Does Analyst Accuracy Vary
    Across Sectors? Evidence from Equity Research in India. International Journal
    of Business Insights and Transformation, 7 (2), 4-10 (Indexed in EBSCO,
    Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory, USA and Cabell’s Management Directory)
  9. Sayed, Samie A. (2014). Do Analyst Practices and Broker Resources Affect
    Target Price Accuracy? An Empirical Study on Sell Side Research in an
    emerging market. Journal of Asian Finance, Economics and Business, 1 (3),
    29-36 (Indexed in Cabell’s Management Directory)
Ad-hoc reviewer for
  1. International Journal of Emerging Markets (Emerald Publishing House)
  2. Journal of Financial Reporting and Accounting (Emerald Publishing House)
  3. Global Business Review (Sage Publication)
  • Dr. Arindam Banik, Director, IMI Kolkata. Tel: 9818938736 Email:
    [email protected]
  • Dr. Latha Sreeram, Associate Professor, GNIMS, University of Mumbai Tel:
    983360989