Call with the MFin Co-Director

4 Mar 2024

5 Mar 2024

Time to be confirmed


Open to: All


(where applicable, further details sent upon registration)

Request a call with Marwa Hammam

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Take this unique opportunity to ask your questions directly to Marwa Hammam, Cambridge Master of Finance (MFin) Co-Director on a one-to-one phone call on 4 or 5 March.

During the 15-minute conversation you will get an exclusive opportunity to ask MFin Co-Director any specific questions related to the areas below:

  • programme structure
  • careers service
  • class profile
  • admissions criteria
  • fees and funding
  • student experience of the programme and the University of Cambridge

The number of slots is very limited, so please apply before 1 March to secure your slot. Please note that you will be required to submit your CV as part of the registration process, and successful applications will be approved by email confirmation.

About the MFin Co-Director

Marwa holds a Master of Finance degree from Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, an MBA from Birmingham Business School and a BA in Business Administration and Economics from the American University in Cairo. She has 14 years of banking experience and began her career with Citi in EMEA, where she held a number of roles in relationship management, investment banking, credit, country and market risk management between 1996 and 2002.

She currently holds the post of Co-Director of the Cambridge Master of Finance (MFin) programme with overall responsibility for the day to day running of the programme, curriculum review and enhancement, corporate development, careers coaching and marketing. Marwa developed the credit component of the programme and delivers the core fundamentals of credit course.

Marwa is also a regular guest speaker on credit risk management and regulatory change within the banking sector through the Business School’s Executive Education programmes. She is an alumna of the Cambridge MFin and prior to rejoining the Business School held the role of Portfolio Banker covering Western European Power and Utilities with Citigroup in London and had Senior Credit Officer designation.