Minu Scaria is a scholarly teaching fellow in the Department of Business Law and Taxation at the Monash Business School, Monash University. Minu completed her Masters in Banking and Finance Law from Melbourne Law School, Melbourne University and is currently pursuing her PhD studies in Swinburne School of Business and Law.
Prior to joining Monash as a Scholarly Teaching Fellow, Minu worked as a sessional Lecturer of Charles Sturt University, Melbourne Study Centre, teaching Business Law and Corporations Law to undergraduate and post graduate students. As a Teaching Associate with Monash Business School, Minu has taught Banking Law, Business Law, Corporations Law, Commercial Law and International Trade Law. Minu has also worked in the banking and finance sector in Australia and abroad, securing expertise in retail and commercial banking.
Minu is interested in studies relating to regulatory aspects of banking and finance sector. She is particularly interested in issues related to microfinance, anti-money laundering, counter-terrorism financing, non-performing assets (NPA), securitisation transactions and consumer credit.