Freeman Brobbey Owusu is a qualified accountant and a lecturer in the Accounting and Finance department of the Nottingham Business School with years of experience in lecturing accounting and finance modules at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. At this current role, he teaches Accounting and Finance for managers, Corporate financial analysis, Corporate governance, The Accounting Environment etc as well as supervises students’ research projects.
Prior to joining Nottingham Business School, Freeman worked as a consultant to ProCredit Ghana Limited, as subsidiary of ProCredit Group, Germany and was responsible for training staff and young bankers in credit management. He has also worked as a financial accountant in HGL Limited. Freeman has also held academic positions in Sheffield Hallam University, Methodist University College Ghana and University of Ghana.
His current areas of research are Accounting for extractive industries, Corporate reporting and Asset and Liability Management of banks.
Owusu, F. B. and Abdul, L. A. (2020), Asset-Liability Management and Bank Profitability: Statistical Cost Accounting Analysis from an Emerging Market. International Journal of Finance Economics, 26(1),1488-1502. https://doi.org/10.1002/ijfe.1860
Alhassan, A. L., Tetteh, M. L., & Owusu, F. B. (2015). Market power, efficiency and bank profitability: evidence from Ghana. Economic Change and Restructuring, 49(1), 71–93. http://doi.org/10.1007/s10644–015–9174–6.