Shveta Singh is a Professor and the Area Chair of Finance at the Department of Management Studies (DMS), Indian Institute of Technology (IIT Delhi), India. She is also the co-coordinator of the National Centre on Corporate Governance (accredited by the National Foundation on Corporate Governance (NFCG)) at DMS. Overall, she has nearly 20 years of professional experience, having spent three years in the corporate sector prior to joining academics. She has published more than 150 research papers in journals of national and international repute. She has an h-index of 10 and around 400 citations. She has co-authored a text-book titled "Security Analysis and Portfolio Management" published by Springer. She has also co-authored three research monographs titled "Financial Management Practices: An Empirical Study of Indian Corporates" and "Equity Market in India: Returns, Risk and Price Multiples", both published by Springer and "Cash Dividend and Shares Repurchase Announcements: Impact On Returns, Liquidity and Risk in The Indian Context" published by Hamilton, UK. She has been the recipient of the Lok Sabha Fellowship and the Fetzer Fellowship from the Academy of Management, USA, for her work on CSR, as well as the National Stock Exchange - Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (NSE-IGIDR) Corporate Governance Research Initiative Grant. She has been honored by the "Leadership" award in research, which she accepted on behalf of IIT Delhi from the Institute of Business and Finance Research at the Global Conference on Business and Finance in USA. She has been honored twice with the "Literati" award for outstanding research by Emerald Publishing Inc.
Monika Singla is working with TD Bank in Toronto in the Big Data Analytics domain. She is helping the bank to develop machine learning and other analytical models/processes to facilitate business decision-making. She is a Ph.D. graduate from the Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT Delhi), India. Her research work has been published in journals of national and international repute. She is a recipient of the Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) from the University Grants Commission (UGC) of India. She is also the recipient of a research award from the National Stock Exchange of India in collaboration with IGIDR, a research wing of the Reserve Bank of India for conducting research in the corporate governance domain. Prior to joining the Ph.D. programme, she was working as an Associate Consultant at Infosys Ltd.