About the Journal

About AJBFI

Advance Journal of Banking, Finance and Investment (AJBFI) provides an outlet for empirical research on all aspects of accounting, banking, finance and investment. Theoretical research with the potential for empirical applications and in-depth literature reviews is also considered. AJBFI serves both academics and practitioners concerned with the financial management of nonfinancial businesses, financial institutions, banks and public or private not-for-profit organizations. The Journal seeks to provide an outlet for the increasing flow of scholarly research concerning financial institutions and the money and capital markets within which they function.

Aim of the Journal

The Journal’s purpose is to improve communications between, and within, the academic and other research communities and policymakers and operational decision makers at financial institutions – private and public, national and international, and their regulators

Scope of the Journal

AJBFI particularly welcomes papers dealing with topics that link accounting and banking such as: auditing of banks; the use of cost accounting in banks and financial firms; corporate governance of banks; financial reporting of banks; and the impact of accounting and auditing regulations in the banking and financial industry. The topics related to this journal include but are not limited to: Finance and banking, Financial markets and institutions, Corporate finance, International finance, Financial derivatives, Rural finance, Insurance, Fixed income securities, Alternative investments, Portfolio and security analysis, Real estate finance, Behavioral finance, International finance, Time value of money, Mergers and acquisitions, Microcredit, Valuation and financial management, Risk and return, Risk management, Bank Fund management, Portfolio management, Foreign exchange management, Liquidity management, Project management, Foreign direct investment, Financial accounting, Management accounting, Taxation, Cost accounting, Corporate financial reporting, Financial statement analysis, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Econometrics models, Conventional vs. non-conventional banking, Internet banking, Mobile banking, Retail banking, E-banking, CSR of bank, SMEs banking, Online banking, Offshore banking, Investment banking, Merchant banking, Central banking, International banking, Rural banking and Balance of payment.