Manju Tripathi

 Manju Tripathi


  • PhD (Finance), Indian Institute of Technology Delhi.
  • MBA (Finance), B K School of Business Management, Gujarat University.
  • B. Sc. (Physics Honours), Banaras Hindu University.

Areas of Expertise

Financial performance management, banking, and Behavioural Finance

Manju Tripathi

Profile & History

Manju Tripathi has over 19 years of industrial experience across corporate treasury, corporate finance, and banking at managerial levels. The organisations and her level of associations are, Sr. Vice President and Sector Head Sales (Cash Management) with HSBC India; Dy. General Manager (Treasury) with Jet Airways, and Manager (Treasury) with Tata Motors and Indian Petrochemicals Corporation (now a part of Reliance Industries). Since 2011, she has switched to academics with teaching at Galgotias Business School, Greater Noida, and later pursued doctoral research from the Department of Management Studies, IIT Delhi, obtaining a Ph.D. degree in 2018. Credited with publishing several articles in journals of repute, she has contributed to chapters in books published by HSBC on Global Cash and Treasury during her corporate tenure. Her paper on "Linking Executive Compensation to Economic Value Added" was nominated for the best paper award at Fourth PAN-IIM World Management Conference, IIMA, 2016.

  • Courses taught: Financial Management, Banking, and Fraud Detection in Banking and Insurance.


Research Papers:

  • Tripathi, M., Kashiramka, S., & Jain, P. K. (2019). Has EVA evolved to outperform conventional earnings measures in determining firm’s value? A case of Indian consumer firms. Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics, 1-15.
  • Tripathi, M., Kashiramka, S., & Jain, P.K., (2019) "Social construction of linking executive compensation to EVA: a study on Indian corporates", Journal of Indian Business Research, 11 (3), 202-219.             
  • Tripathi, M., Kashiramka, S., & Jain, P. K. (2018). Flexibility in measuring corporate financial performance, EVA versus conventional earnings measures: Evidences from India and China. Global Journal of Flexible Systems Management, 19, 123-138.
  • Tripathi M., Kashiramka S., & Jain P.K. (2017). Significance and relevance of salient Management Accounting parameters in the context of global financial crisis: Focus on economies of India and China. Journal of Financial Management and Analysis, 30(2), 11-21.
  • Tripathi M., & Chattopadhyay T. (2013). Study of behavioural dimensions of perceived risk of investment of financial experts and laymen in equity mutual funds in India. Journal of Commerce & Accounting Research, 2(4).

Book Chapters

  • Tripathi M., & Chaini D. (2008). Construction industry: Poised to take off. In HSBC Guide to Cash and Treasury Management Asia Pacific 2008. 
  • ISBN: 978- 988-17026-3-0
  • Manju Tripathi and Nandini Solanki (2007). Tata Motors Finance – Warehousing of Post Dated Cheques. In HSBC Guide to Cash and Treasury Management Asia Pacific 2007.
  • ISBN: 13:978- 988-99326-0-2

 Papers at Conferences

  • Grounding of Jet Airways: is it Crony Capitalism or Mismanagement?  (2020 World Finance and Banking Symposium)
  • Linking Executive Compensation to Economic Value Added (EVA): Findings from Survey of Indian Corporates (2017 Fourth PAN-IIM World Management Conference) - Paper was nominated for the best paper award
  • Equity Risk Premium in India: Comparative Estimates from Historical Returns, Dividend and Earnings Models (2016 International Conference on Financial Markets and Corporate Finance, IIT Madras)
  • Role of Public Private Partnership in Indian Aviation Industry (2011 National Conference on Indian Aviation and Tourism Opportunities, Challenges and New Directions, Mangalore University)  



19 years of Corporate, 5 years of Research, and 4 years 2 months in Academics.