Mr Mohamed Aljarallah

Research project: Structure and Operation of Financial Regulatory Authority


The purpose of this study is to investigate how the structural change of the financial regulatory authority is derived and how to achieve an optimal structure considering prudential, conduct of business regulation and the position of the central bank for an efficient regulatory and supervisory framework. This study will also investigate how the international financial regulatory structure is limited to preforming well. In addition, this study will examine how theories should shape financial regulation so as to enhance social welfare. To answer the research questions the researcher will adopt a qualitative method. The data sample will be a collective of senior financial regulators from national and international financial regulatory authority. 

  • Research degree: PhD
  • Title of project: Structure and Operation of Financial Regulatory Authority
  • Research supervisor: Dr Mohamed Nurullah


I am a full time PhD student at the Department of Accounting, Finance and Informatics. I am a former PhD representative to the FRDC, URDC and Senate committees. I obtained two masters degrees from Kingston Business School; MSc Banking and Finance and MRes, and a bachelors degree from Taibah University in Business Administration and Management. I was also trained at the London School of Economics for my qualitative research skills. 

I have worked for the public sector in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA); Saudi Arabia Monetary Agency and Madinah Principality. For the private sector, I have served as a financial advisor to the CEO of an industrial company.

I have voluntary experience both in the KSA and UK. In Saudi, I launched and managed the financial education program with the Awareness of Social and Rehabilitation Association. In the UK, with the British Red Cross and as a PGR mentor at Kingston University.

Areas of research interest

  • Financial regulation
  • Central banking
  • Organisational structure
  • Qualitative research method


  • Qualitative Research Methods, Summer School, London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London
  • MRes Business and Management, Kingston Business School, Kingston University, London
  • MSc Banking and Finance, Kingston Business School, Kingston University, London
  • BSc Business Administration and Management, College of Business Administration, Taibah University

Conference papers

Watching the watchers: Understanding the Perspectives of Financial Regulators and Supervisor

Belk-Kingston-Mercator Doctoral Workshop / August 15-16 2016  

The goal of the conference is to allow later and early-stage doctoral students the opportunity to present original research (full paper or nearly completed paper) in a workshop setting. The workshop is organized to allow the students ample time to present their papers and to have a deep discussion of the results. It is a joint workshop that includes PhD candidates from Kingston Business School London, Belk College of Business Charlotte (Event Holder), and Mercator School of Management Duisburg.