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PROF. FREDRICK MUKOMA KALUI

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Faculty of Commerce
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ACCOUNTS FINANCE AND MGT SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
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SUMMARY

Prof. Kalui Fredrick Mukoma (PhD) is a...

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

January 2010- 2014: PhD in Accounting & Finance - The Open University of Tanzania (Darles salam)

2002 – 2004: Master in Business Administration (Finance) - University of Nairobi

1992 – 1996: Bachelor of Education (Maths) - Kenyatta University

1998- 2000: Certified Public Accountant CPA (K), (KASNEB) - Strathmore University

1997-1990: Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education - Kaumoni Boys

1978 – 1985: Kenya Certificate of Primary Education - Songeni Primary School

FIELDS OF SPECIALIZATION
  • Accounting & Finance
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
  • Certified Accountants Kenya( ICPAK)
WORK EXPERIENCE

2021 to present: Professor, Department of Accounting and Management Science - Egerton University

April 2015 to 2021: Senior Lecturer, Department of Accounting and Management Science - Egerton University

May 2009-2015: Lecturer, Department of Accounting and Management Science - Egerton University

2008-2009: Assistant Lecturer, Department of Accounting and Finance - Kenyatta University

2004- 2008: Auditor, Kenya National Audit Office (KENAO).

2003-2004: Accountant, Knight Frank Kenya Limited Box 39773, Nairobi

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Accounting & Finance

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

Journals Articles

  1. Kalui F. M. (2013) “A Study on the Extent to which Risk Based Audit Factors have been Applied in Internal Audit factors have Been applied In Internal Audit in the Public Sector”: Case of South Right Region, Kenya Scholarly Research Journal for Humanities and Englis
  2. Kalui F. M. Mulwa D. W. and Oira P. O. (2014) “An Investigation Into Factors Affecting University Employee Commercial Banks’ Borrowing”: Case of Egerton University Kenya Scholarly Research Journal for Humanities and English Language. Volume 1, Issue II Page 168 – 180. March 2014. h Language. Volume I, Issue IV Page 785-805, February 2013.
  3. Kalui F. M. And Mbakaya J. A. (2014) “An Analysis of Audit Quality Attributes and Client Satisfaction for Companies Quoted at Nairobi Securities Exchange Scholarly Research”. Volume 1, Issue V Page 764-785 September 2014.
  4. Kalui F. M. And Linda A. O. (2014) “Audit Risk Assessment and Detection of Misstatement in Annual Report for Audit Firms Registered By Registration Accountants Board in Nairobi County Kenya” International Scholarly Research Journal for Humanities and English Language’ Volume I, Issue V Page 747-763. September 2014.
  5. Mulwa D. M., Kalui F. M. And Nyambeki L. M. (2014 “An Investigation Into The Factors Affecting The Adoption Of E-Learning In Public Secondary Schools In Makadara District, Nairobi County, Kenya”. An Intermation Scholarly Research Journal for Humanities Science and English Language. Volume 1, Issue in May (2014).
  6. Kalui F. M. (2014) “Assessing Institutional Factors Contributing to Loan Defaulting In Microfinance Institutions in Kenya”.Journal Of International Organization of Scientific Research Volume 19, Issues May 2014.
  7. Munya A. Kalui F. M. And Ngeta J. (2014) “The Relationship Between Capital Budgeting Techniques And Financial Performance of Companies Listed at Nairobi Stock Exchange, Kenya” An International Scholarly Research Journal For Humanities, Science And English Language. Volume I, Issue –V August – September 2014.
  8. Fredrickkalui, &Mr. HusbornOsoroKenyanya “An Investigation into Selected Factors Hindering Access to Mortgage Finance in Kenya” IOSR Journal of Business and Management (IOSR-JBM) e-ISSN: 2278-487X, p-ISSN: 2319-7668. Volume 17, Issue 4.Ver. I (Apr. 2015), PP 71-78
  9. Bernard MavuiMusyoka, Fredrick Kalui, Dr. AquilarsKalio(2015) “The Effects of Ownership Structure onFinancial Performance of Unit Trusts in Kenya.The International Journal Of Business & Management (ISSN 2321–8916)Vol 3 Issue 10 October, 2015
  10. FredrickMukomaKalui,& Kellen NyaguthiiKamwaro(2016)The Relationship Between Selected Corporate Governance Principles And Financial Performance of Investment Banks In The Nairobi Securities Exchange.Scholarly Research Journal's for interdisciplinary studies ( ISSSN 2278-8808)MAR-APRIL 2016, VOL-3/23
  11. Fredrick Kalui&Winfred MusangiMulinge ( 2016)Knowledge Management Strategies And Their Contribution To Small And Medium Enterprises Sales Growth: A Case Of Hospitality Industry In Nakuru Town” International Journal of Business and Management Invention ISSN (Online): 2319 – 8028, ISSN (Print): 2319 – 801X
  12. Fredrick M. kalui& Susan Wanjiku Kahuthu(2016) “The Effects of Credit Risk Management Practices on Growth of Saccos' Wealth in Nakuru Town”European Journal of Business and Management ISSN 2222-1905 (Paper) ISSN 2222-2839 Vol.8, No.32, 2016.
  13. Dr Fredrick Kalui (2017) “The applicability of pecking order theory in Kenyan listed firms”Research Journal of Finance and Accounting iiste.org ISSN 2222-1697 (Paper) ISSN 2222-2847 (Online) DOI: 10.7176/RJFA Vol.8, No.22, 2017.
  14. Fredrick Kalui and Njenga ( 2018)” Influence of selected factors on the choice of capital structure of small and medium enterprises in kiambucounty,Kenya”Research Journal of Finance and Accounting www.iiste.org ISSN 2222-1697 (Paper) ISSN 2222-2847 (Online) DOI: 10.7176/RJFA Vol.9, No.10, 2018.
  15. Isaiah Miroro&Dr. Fredrick M. Kalui (2018)“Factors affecting financial performance of water service providers. A case of public water companies in Kenya”.Journal of Economics and Finance (IOSR-JEF) e-ISSN: 2321-5933, p-ISSN: 2321-5925.Volume 9, Issue 6 Ver. II (Nov. – Dec.2018), PP 31-37.
  1. Kerosi O. Davis,Mugo K. Robert & Kalui M. Fredrick(2018) “The Relationship between Capital Structure and Profitability of Firms Listed at The Nairobi Securities Exchange”African development finance journal http://journals.uonbi.ac.ke/index.php/adfj September Vol2 No.1, 2018 PP 182-216 ISSN 2522-3186.
  2. Fredrick Oluoch& Fredrick M. Kalui (2019) “Financial Factors Determining Micro-Loan Uptake by Women Enterprise Groups in Nakuru East Constituency, Nakuru County” Research Journal of Finance and Accounting www.iiste.org ISSN 2222-1697 (Paper) ISSN 2222-2847 (Online) DOI: 10.7176/RJFA Vol.10, No.8, 2019.
  3. Brenda JebiwottRop& Fredrick M. Kalui (2019) “ Effect of Determinants of Lending Interest Rate Fluctuations on the Profitability of Commercial Banks in Kenya” Research Journal of Finance and Accounting www.iiste.org ISSN 2222-1697 (Paper) ISSN 2222-2847 (Online)  Vol.10, No.8, 2019.
  4. FredrickKalui and Gabriel Cho Garang. “The Relationship between Earnings Announcement and Stock Prices at the NSE”. International Journal Of Economics, Commerce and Management Vol VI ,Issue 5,May 2018 ISSN 2348-0386
  5. Dr Fredrick Kalui and lucy kalekye ( 2019),Factors influencing the development of Nairobi securities exchange” European scientific journal, ISSN: 1857-7431 VOL(15),No 4 (2019)
  6. Elizabeth Kakiya and FredrickKalui(2019); Effect of Financial Leverage on Profitability of Listed Manufacturing Firms in Kenya” Scholarly Research Journal For interdisciplinary studies ISSN 2278-8808September –October 2019, Vol-7/53.
  7. Caroline Muriuki and Fredrick Kalui (2019), The Effect of Bank Specific Factors on Financial Performance of Commercial Banks in Kenya. Research Journal of Finance and Accounting www.iiste.org ISSN 2222-1697 (Paper) ISSN 2222-2847 (Online) Vol.10, No.20, 2019.
  8. Mary Bosire1, George Owuor, Irene Asienga andFredrick Kalui,Effects of Demographic Factors on Value of Investments of Teachers in Kisii County, KenyaResearch Journal of Finance and Accounting iiste.orgISSN 2222-1697 (Paper) ISSN 2222-2847 (Online)

Vol.9, No.20, 2018

  1. Monica Wanjiru Muiru1,Lawrence KangogoKibet,Fredrick Kalui;Foreign Exchange Risk Hedging, Corporate Governance and Financial Performance: Evidence From Kenya,Research Journal of Finance and Accounting iiste.org ISSN 2222-1697 (Paper) ISSN 2222-2847 (Online) DOI: 10.7176/RJFA Vol.10, No.5, 2019
  2. Keston Enock Kiplagat and Fredrick Kalui,Prudential Regulations and Financial Performance of Commercial Banks in Kenya,Research Journal of Finance and Accountingiiste.org ISSN 2222-1697 (Paper) ISSN 2222-2847 (Online) Vol.11, No.14, 2020
  3. Mary Bosire1,GeorgeOwuor, Irene AsiengaFredrick Kalui,Personal Financial Management Practices of Secondary SchoolTeachers in Kisii County Kenya.Research Journal of Finance and Accountingiiste.org ISSN 2222-1697 (Paper) ISSN 2222-2847 (Online) DOI: 10.7176/RJFA Vol.10, No.6, 2019
  4. Monica Wanjiru Muiru, Sifunjo E. Kisaka and Fredrick Kalui, Effect of Foreign Exchange Risk Hedging Techniques on Financial Performance of Listed Firms in Kenya.International Journal of Accounting and Financial Reporting ISSN 2162-3082 2018, Vol. 8, No. 3http://ijafr.macrothink.org
  5. Stephen Mutuku Mumina1 &Kalui Fredrick,Debt Rescheduling, A Necessary Strategy In Management Of Non-Performing Loans: Insights From Microfinance Institutions In Nairobi City County,Scholarly Research Journal for Interdisciplinary Studies, Online ISSN 2278-8808, SJIF 2019 = 6.380, srjis.com,
  1. Ann WachukaMootian& Kalui Fredrick,Firm Specific Factors and Financial Performance of Real EstateFirms Listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange In KenyaResearch Journal of Finance and Accounting www.iiste.orgISSN 2222-1697 (Paper) ISSN 2222-2847 (Online) Vol.11, No.14, 2020
  2. Nancy KeruboNyasani and Fredrik Kalui,Factors Affecting Financial Inclusion Among Small And Medium Enterprises Owners In Nairobi County, Kenya .International Journal of Business Management and Processes (IJBMP)Vol 5. Issue No.4. March, 2021. PP 54-66. ISSN 2616-320
  3. Erick JoramAlusa and FredrickKalui,Influence Of Stock Market Liquidity on Performance of Firms Listed in Nairobi Securities Exchange in Kenya,International Journal of Business Management and Processes (IJBMP) Vol 5. Issue No.4. March, 2021. PP 34-53. ISSN 2616-3209
  4. Chepkirui Stella Soy and Fredrick Kalui,Effects Of Micro and Macro Economic Factors On Bank Liquidity in Kenya ISSN 2616-1818 International Journal of Business Management & Finance 3(1): 19-30, 2021 © SERIAL PUBLISHERS, 2021 www. serialpublishers.org
  5. Fredrick M.Kalui, Institutional Micro Credit Determinants and Portfolio Quality of Investment Groups.European Scientific Journal February 2020 edition Vol.16, No.4 ISSN: 1857 – 7881 (Print) e - ISSN 1857- 7431
  6. Anne LodenyiBulimuand Fredrick MukomaKalui,Effect of Internal Audit Practices in Prevention of Material Misstatement in Financial Reports Among Universities in Kenya,International Journal of Business Management and Processes (IJBMP) Vol 5. Issue No.4. January, 2021. PP 1-13. ISSN 2616-3209

ACADEMIC STUDY MODULES WRITTEN

  1. KALUI. F.M (2020) , Finance Seminar Study Module: Master’s in business administration, faculty of commerce, Egerton University
  2. KALUI. F.M (2019) , Accounting seminar Study Module: Master’s in business administration, faculty of commerce, Egerton University
  3. KALUI. F.M (2019), Auditing and Assurance Study Module: Master’s in business administration, faculty of commerce, Egerton University
  4. KALUI. FM (2018), Financial Management Module: Bachelor of Commerce, Faculty of Commerce, Egerton University
  5. KALUI. F.M (2018), Auditing Study Module: Bachelor of Commerce, Faculty of Commerce, Egerton University
  6. KALUI.F.M(2016), Principles of Accounting study Module: Bachelor of Commerce, Faculty of Commerce, Egerton University
TEACHING AREAS

Accounting, Finance

  • I have supervised over 500 undergraduate students dissertations in accounting and finance. The courses that I have taught at under graduate level include ; Financial Management, Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Auditing,  Financial statement analysis Business Finance, Intermediate Accounting and investment analysis

Postgraduate teaching and supervision

  • I have been involved in teaching courses in Masters/doctorate in Business Administration. The courses that I teach and examine are: Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Advanced Financial Management, Finance Theory and Finance Seminar
  • I am currently supervising over 50 MBA students,37 have graduated and others will be graduating in December 2021 while others are still writing their proposals.
  • I am also supervising ten (10) PhD students in accounting and Finance of which two (2) graduated  and  others expected to graduate in the near future.
POSTGRADUATE SUPERVISION
MASTERS LEVEL :
  1. Peter Oira - Factors Influencing Public University Employees Borrowing from Commercial Banks - Graduated
  2. Wairimu Samuel - Evaluation of Risk Based Audit factors Affecting Performance of Internal Audit in the Public Sector -Graduated
  3. Makori Linet - An Assessment into the Factors Affecting the Adoption of E-Learning in Public Secondary School in Makara Sub County Nairobi County - Graduated
  4. Gatimo Eric - Assessing Institution Factors Contributing to Loan Defaulting in Micro Finance Institutions in Kenya - Graduated
  5. Linda Okeyo - Audit Risk Assessment And Detection of Misstatement in Annual Reports For Audit Firms -Graduated
  6. Mbakaya Joab - An Analysis of Audit Quality Attributes and Client Satisfaction for Quoted Companies at Nairobi Stock Exchange - Graduated
  7. Kiawa Eunice - Analysis of the Effects of Credit Risk Management Procedure on Financial Performance Among Microfinance Institutions In Kenya - Graduated in June 2015.
  8. Mavui Benard - Effects of Organizational Factors on Financial Performance of Unit Trust In Kenya - Graduated in June 2015
  9. Phostine Kanyi - The Effects of Tax Policy Reforms on Tax Revenue In Kenya -Graduated in June 2015.
  10. Husbon Kenyanya - An Investigation into Selected factors Hindering Access to Mortgage Finance In Kenya -Graduated in June 2015.
  11. Omwanza J. - Effects of Microfinance Institution; Products on Financial Performance of SME: A Case of Machakos County - Graduated in June 2015
  12. Isaac Soi David - A Survey of the Effects of Credit Risk Management Practices on Performance of Commercial Banks in Kenya - Graduated in December 2015.
  13. Nyaguthii Kamwaro - The Relationship Between Selected Corporate Governance Principles And Financial Performance Of Investment Banks In The Nairobi Securities Exchange - Graduated in June 2016.
  14. Susan Wanjiku Kahuthu - The Effects of Credit Risk Management Practices on Growth of Sacco’s' Wealth in Nakuru Town - Graduated in December 2016.
  15. Benard Njenga - Selected Factors Influencing Choice of Financing By Small and Medium Size Enterprises in Kiambu County, Kenya - Graduated in December 2017.
  16. Emmy Cherotich Koech - Prediction of financial distress in light of financial crisis: A case of listed firms in Nairobi securities exchange - Graduated in December 2018.
  17. Lucy Kalekye - An Analysis Of The Factors Affecting The Development Of Nairobi Securities Exchange - Graduated in December 2018
  18. Kerosi O. Davis - The Relationship Between Capital Structure and Profitability of Firms Listed at The Nairobi Securities Exchange Graduated in December 2018.
  19. Mr. Isaiah Miroro - Factors affecting financial performance of water service providers. A case of public water companies in Kenya - Graduated in June 2019.
  20. Fredrick Oluoch - Financial Factors Determining Micro-Loan Uptake By Women Enterprise Groups In Nakuru East Constituency, Nakuru County - Graduated in June 2019.
  21. Breda Rop - Determinants of Lending Interest Rate Fluctuations on the Profitability of Commercial Banks in Kenya - Graduated in June 2019.
  22. Gabriel choGarang - The Relationship between Earnings Announcement and Stock Prices at the NSE - Graduated in June 2019.
  23. Emily Borongo - Micro credit determinants and portfolio quality of investment groups under Sidian Bank, Nairobi region - Graduated in December 2019.
  24. Carolyne Wangu Muriuki -The effect of selected bank specific and macroeconomic factors on financial performance of commercial banks in Kenya - Graduated in December 2019.
  25. Elizabeth Kakiya -The Relationship Between Financial Leverage and Profitability of Listed Manufacturing Firms - Graduated in December 2019.
  26. Fancy Chepngetich Chepkwony - An Evaluation of Selected Factors Influencing Share Price Behaviourof Commercial Banks Listed In The Nairobi Securities Exchange - Graduated in December 2019.
  27. Keston Enock Kiplagat - Effect of Prudential Regulations on Financial Performance of Commercial Banks in Kenya - Graduated in December 2019.
  28. Stephen Mumina Mutuku - Influence of Debt Restructuring Strategies on The Level of Non-Performing Loans in Microfinance Institutions In Nairobi County - Graduated In June 2020.
  29. Ann Wachuka Mootian - Effect of Selected Firm Specific Factors on Financial Performance of Real Estate Firms Listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange in Kenya - Graduated June 2020.
  30. Anne Lodenyi Bulimu - Effect Of Internal Audit Practices In Prevention Of Material Misstatement On Financial Statements In Universities In Kenya - Graduated June 2021.
  31. Chepkirui Stella Soy - Effects of Micro and Macro Economic Factors on Bank Liquidity in Kenya - Completed.
  32. Erick Alusa -Influence of Stock Market Liquidity On Performance of Stocks of Firms Listed in Nairobi Securities Exchange in Kenya - Graduated June 2021.
  33.  Jepchumba Christabel - The Effect of Firm Characteristics on Capital Structure of Manufacturing Firms in Nairobi County, Kenya - Graduated June 2021.
  34. Jackson Macharia Kirikiru - Selected Financial Factors Influencing Financial performance of Small And Medium Enterprises In Kenya - Graduated June 2021.
  35. Julia Waruguru Kibara - The Effect of Selected Macroeconomic Variables on Stock Returns of Companies Listed In Nairobi Securities Exchange - Graduated June 2021
  36. Nancy Kerubo Nyasani - Factors Affecting Financial Inclusion Among Small and Medium Enterprises Owners in Nairobi County, Kenya - Graduated June 2021
PhD. LEVEL :
  1. Mrs Mary Bosire: Personal Financial Management Practices and Effects on Investment By Teachers In Kenya. A Case of Kisii County - Graduated June 2019
  2. Mrs Monica Muiru: Effect Of Foreign Exchange Hedging Techniques, Firm Specific Factors, Corporate Governance On Financial Performance Of Listed Firms In Kenya - Graduated in December 2019
  3. Okeyo owuor: The Impact of Prudential Financial Management Practices on The Success of Public Universities In Kenya - On progress
  4. Francis kipkoech: The capital structure and financial performance of non financial firms listed at NSE - On progress
OTHER SOCIETIES
  1. Member of the Institute of Certified Accountants Kenya( ICPAK)-
REFEREES

M. Karanja

Lecturer Department of Accounting

School of Business, University of Nairobi

P. O. Box 30197-00100

Nairobi

 

Daniel Auka

Ag. Principal, NTCC

Egerton University

P. O. Box 536

Egerton

 

Josphat Oluoch

Senior Lecturer

Department of Accounting

Jomo Kenyatta University

P. O. Box 6200-00200

Nairobi

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