Nirav Parikh is a Lecturer in RMIT's School of Economics, Finance and Marketing.
Dr Parikh is a finance researcher. He completed his PhD in Finance at RMIT University in 2017 and since then has been working as a Lecturer for RMIT.
Dr Nirav's research area is finance with a focus on developing countries. Through his work, he aims to explore and understand the impact of regulatory changes in Initial Public Offers (IPOs) on underwriter behaviour and investor participation, and its effect on IPO pricing. His research also examines the relationship between corporate governance practices in IPO firms and investor behaviour.
Publications under Review
- Parikh, N., Marisetty V., Tan M., “Do Underwriters Misuse Discretionary Powers?”, Journal of Banking and Finance (Ranked A*)
Publications in Draft
- Parikh, N., Marisetty V., Tan M., “Why do Underwriters Syndicate”.
- Parikh, N., Marisetty V., Tan M., “Underwriter Signaling in pre-IPO market and its effect on Investor Participation in IPOs”.
- “Regulating Allocation Discretion and Underwriter Syndication” 2016, 7th Financial Markets and Corporate Governance Conference, Melbourne, Australia.
- “Underwriter Allocation Discretion and its impact on Retail Investor participation” 2018, 30th Asian-Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues, San Francisco, USA (Accepted).
- Investment Analysis
- Corporate Finance
- Financial Markets
- PhD in Finance, RMIT University, 2017
- Master of Finance, RMIT University, 2011
- RG146 (Tier 1-Financial Planning), RMIT University, 2010
- Bachelor of Engineering, Mumbai University, India, 1993
- 16+ years of professional experience in wealth management, portfolio management, stockbroking and investment analysis.
- Good understanding of corporate lending and investment banking business.
5 PhD Current Supervisions