Jas Bagri has extensive financial experience gained in both the corporate world and in the not-for-profit sectors. Jas qualified as a chartered accountant in the United Kingdom whilst working at PwC. After completing his MBA at Durham University Business School he worked in the not for profit sector. He also worked as a senior internal auditor for the Red Cross with assignments in locations such as Liberia and North Korea before becoming the Chief Financial Officer at a leading nutrition-based organization in Geneva.  His corporate experience ranges from financial accounting at a NASDAQ listed company to working in the family office of a Swiss private bank, where he was responsible for wealth management. Jas is known for sharing his valuable real-world insights and enlivening discussions of theory in the classroom.

Jas Bagri
Jas Bagri

Whilst it is important to impart knowledge, it is even more important to encourage critical thinking so that students are better prepared for the future world of work.

Finance and Accounting Lecturer
Geneva Campus
Education
1994-1995

Durham University Business School: MBA

1989

Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales: MBA

Employment
2013-

Consultancy in Financial Management expertise for International Organizations/non-profit sector

2012-2013

Global Alliance for Improve Nutrition: Head of Internal Audit, Chief Financial Officer & Head of Accounting and Administration

2008

International Centre for Trade & Sustainable Development: Finance Manager/Finance Analyst

2001-2005

Bank AMAS/AMAS Trust: Senior Manager

2000-2001

Quantum: Senior Accountant

1999-2000

United Nations: Project Manager

1999-2000

International Federation of Red Cross: Management & Financial Auditor

1992-1996

Consultant on audit, tax and delivery of business courses

Teaching
2015-

EU Business School: Professor of Finance & Economics