Dr. Musa Shaikh is a Policy Advisor & Investment banker, a personal advisor for H H Khalifa Al Hamad, presently heading Berkeley Middle East holding as a Group CEO. His career spans over 20 years which is an excellent blend of strategist, financial & business advisor in different parts of the world including United Kingdom, United States of America, Canada, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia & United Arab Emirates. His core expertise to perceive an idea to develop project till execution and making it successful venture at last. He is the master mind of conceiving the idea of registering, handling legal framework and hiring of best mind all over the world and making it successful with the help of team by delivering best Return of Investment (ROI) to shareholders.

Berkeley Investments is his recognized project. He has been heading the project since pre-incorporation to actual formation and execution of investment entity. It combines international best practice with regional expertise and creates investment opportunities primarily for Middle East investors looking to invest in the region and internationally, and for international investors looking for opportunities in Emerging Markets. He is very good at dashboards creation for CEO, CFO and respective heads having huge grip on audit, internal controls, SOP preparations with operational efficiency and effectiveness throughout the whole organization.

He is an expert of drafting monetary policy, central bank policies, Equity Structuring, Merger & Acquisitions, Business Valuation, Business Alignment, Loan Syndication- Debt & Equity, Estate Planning, Inheritance Planning, Asset Allocation, Wealth Preservation, Investment Advisory, Access to global capital markets i.e. Listed securities including Equities, Bonds, Funds, Futures, Options, Currencies, Commodities. He has trained in Berkeley, American university, SZBIST, and Emirates institute of banking along with various other prestigious organizations.


International Monetary Policy Training Advisor

I have been advising monetary policy and central banking in developing and transition economies I led technical assistance teams advising on and assisting with the development of a number of monetary authorities—including the concept of introduction of new currencies and advising on emergency measures and the longer run rebuilding of money and banking systems in post crisis countries. I also assisted the governments in recent banking crises, provided assistance in developing inflation targeting monetary policy frameworks lead Financial Sector Assessment Programs Specialties: Advising central banks on the development of their capacity to formulate and implement monetary policy, advising on post conflict monetary rebuilding, and banking crisis management.

I coordinated our Regulatory Advisory services through regional groups across the globe, able to respond to the specific demands of each territory and to support. I meet regularly with regulators to discuss topical issues. I am working closely with many regulators concerning Basel II & III and IFRS, and extensive consultation to study the impact of Basel II on the financial services industry and the economy of the USA and Middle East and China. I have advised several financial regulators on a number of key areas, in particular on the impact of IFRS on central banks and on the financial services industry they regulate. I advise regulators on the implications of corporate governance for the financial services industry, and the importance and relevance of these developments for central banks themselves. I am dealing with Central banks to discuss corporate governance-related issues, in particular associated with committee structures (including Audit Committee); risk management and internal controls; establishment and measurement of effective Internal Audit Departments; and corporate governance standards for the banking industry.

FINANCIAL COURSES


FINANCIAL, FORECASTING AND MACROECONOMIC MODELING
» Debt Sustainability Analysis (DSAx)
» Energy Subsidy Reform (ESRx)
» Financial Market Analysis (FMAx)
» Economic Issues in Regional Integration (ERI)
» Financial Market Analysis (FMA)
» Financial Stability, Systemic Risk, and Macroprudential Policy (FSMP)
» Macro-Financial Surveillance (MS)
» Macroprudential Policies (MPP)
» Risk-Based Banking Supervision (BSO)
» Selected Issues in the Evolving Financial Regulatory Framework (FRF)
» Sovereign Asset Management: A Practical Framework for a New Era in Sovereign Investment (SAM)
» Sovereign Liability and Risk Management: Principles and Practices (SLRM)
» Advanced Macroeconomic Forecasting (MF-A)
» Macroeconomic Forecasting (MF)
» Macro-Fiscal Modeling and Analysis (MFMA)
» The Use of DSGE Models in the Policymaking Process (DSGE)

MACROECONOMIC POLICIES AND SPECIALIZED FISCAL ISSUES
» Early Warning Exercise (EWE)
» Effective Public Debt Management Strategies in a World of Sovereign Assets (PDM-SA)
» External Vulnerabilities and Policies (EXV)
» Inclusive Growth (IG)
» Macroeconomic Diagnostics (MDS)
» Macroeconomic Management and Financial Sector Issues (MMF)
» Macroeconomic Management and Fiscal Policy (MFP)
» Macroeconomic Management in Resource-Rich Countries (MRC)
» Macroeconomic Management for Senior Officials (MMSO)
» Monetary and Exchange Rate Policy (MERP)
» Monetary Policy Analysis (MPA)
» Fiscal Analysis and Forecasting (FAF)
» Fiscal Institutions and Fiscal Discipline (FIFD)
» Medium-Term Budgetary Frameworks, Fiscal Rules, and Fiscal Councils: Options to Ensure Fiscal Sustainability (MTBF)
» Reforming Fuel Subsidies (RFS)
» Strengthening Budget Institutions (SBI)
» Strengthening Fiscal Institutions and Managing Fiscal Risks (SFR)
» Tax Policy and Administration: Theory and Practice (TPAT)

MACROECONOMIC STATISTICS
» Balance of Payments Statistics (BPS)
» Balance Sheets and Accumulation Accounts (BSAA)
» Compilation of Balance of Payments Statistics (BPSCG)
» Cross-Border Position Statistics (CBPS)
» External Debt Statistics (EDS)
» Financial Soundness Indicators (FSI)
» Government Finance Statistics (GFS)
» Government Finance Statistics for Managers (GFS)
» International Data Standards in Country OpenData Platforms (IDS)
» Introductory Course on Monetary and Financial Statistics (MFS-I)
» Advanced Course on Monetary and Financial Statistics (MFS-A)
» National Accounts Statistics (NAS)
» Price Statistics (PRS)
» Public Sector Debt Statistics (PDS)
» Quarterly National Accounts Manual (QNAM)
» Residential Property Price Indices (RPPI)


Central Bank & BASEL Regulation Advisor

Basel Committee of banking supervision

» Basel III A global regulatory framework for banking system
» Capital treatment for simple, transparent and comparable securitisations – consultative document
» Fundamental review of the trading book – interim impact analysis
» Guidance on credit risk and accounting for expected credit losses
» Guidance on the application of the Core principles for effective banking supervision to the regulation and supervision of institutions relevant to financial incl
» Identification and measurement of step-in risk – consultative document
» Interest rate risk in the banking book
» Literature review on integration of regulatory capital and liquidity instruments
» Making supervisory stress tests more macroprudential Considering liquidity and solvency interactions and systemic risk
» Minimum capital requirements for market risk
» Progress in adopting the Principles for effective risk data aggregation and risk reporting
» Prudential treatment of problem assets – definitions of non-performing exposures and forbearance – consultative document
» Reducing variation in credit risk-weighted assets – constraints on the use of internal model approaches – consultative document
» Regulatory consistency assessment programme (RCAP) – Analysis of risk-weighted assets for credit risk in the banking book
» Regulatory Consistency assessment programme
» Standardised Measurement Approach for operational risk – consultative document

Basel Committee on the Global Financial System

» Asset encumbrance, financial reform and the demand for collateral assets
» Basel II, 2.5 and III Implementation
» Central bank collateral frameworks and practices
» Central bank operating frameworks and collateral markets
» EME banking systems and regional financial integration
» Fixed income market liquidity
» Fixed income strategies of insurance companies and pension funds
» Global liquidity – concept, measurement and policy implications
» Implementation of the New Capital Adequacy Framework
» Interactions of sovereign debt management with monetary conditions and financial stability
» Long-term issues in international banking
» Market-making and proprietary trading industry trends, drivers and policy implications
» Operationalising the selection and application of macroprudential instruments
» Payment aspects of financial inclusion
» Regulatory change and monetary policy
» The impact of sovereign credit risk on bank funding conditions
» The macrofinancial implications of alternative configurations for access to central counterparties in OTC derivatives markets
» Trade finance developments and issues

BIS Papers

» Channels and determinants of foreign bank lending
Cross Border Portfolios Assets liability and Non flow adjustments
Debt in Monetary System
Moore’s Law vs. Murphy’s Law in the financial system who’s winning
Re-thinking the lender
The transmission of unconventional monetary policy to the emerging markets
Towards a “new normal” in Financial Markets


Working Papers

» A comparative analysis of Development in Centeral bank Balance Sheet
» A new dimension to currency mismatches in the emerging markets
» Bank standalone credit ratings
» Bond markets and monetary policy dilemmas for the emerging markets
» Booms and banking crises
» Breaking free of the triple coincidence in international finance
» Can a bank run be stopped
» Capital flows and the Current Account
» Commercial bank failures during The Great Recession the real (estate) story
» Credit and macroprudential policy in an emerging economy a structural model assessment
» Do banks extract informational rents through collateral
» Does variance risk have two prices Evidence from the equity and option markets
» Exchange rates and monetary spillovers
» Expectations and investment
» External shocks, banks and optimal monetary policy in an open economy
» Financial intermediation and monetary Policy transmission

» International trade finance and the cost channel of monetary policy in open economies
» Investor redemptions and fund manager sales of emerging market bonds
» Is macroprudential policy instrument blunt
» Labour reallocation and productivity dynamics financial causes, real consequences
» Leverage on the Buy Side
» Macroeconomic Effects of Banking Sector Losses across Structural Models
» Macroprudential Policies in a Commodity Exporting Economy
» Managing price and financial stability objectives – what can we learn from the Asia-Pacific region
» Monetary policy and financial spillovers losing traction
» Monetary policy spillovers and currency networks in cross-border bank lending
» Mortgage risk and the yield curve
» Moving in tandem bank provisioning in emerging market economies
» Optimal inflation with corporate taxation and financial constraints
» Optimal time-consistent macroprudential policy
» Phases of global liquidity, fundamentals news, and the design of macroprudential policy
» Self-oriented monetary policy, global financial markets and excess volatility of international capital flows
» Sovereign yields and the risk-taking channel of currency appreciation
» The causal effect of house prices on mortgage demand
» The Collateral Trap
» The determinants of long-term debt issuance by European banks evidence of two crises
» The evolution of inflation expectations in Canada and the US


Financial Services Authority Advisor


VAT Advisor


CFO Advisor


Entrepreneurship Advisor


Financial & Risk Advisor


Management Advisor


Internal Auditing Advisor


Islamic Finance Advisor


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