Classes Taught

Corporate Finance (UNC-Chapel Hill, 2022)

(BUSI 408, Undergraduate)

Teaching Evaluation: 4.6/5 (mean), 5/5 (median)

Course Description: Focuses on theoretical foundations of optimal financial policy. Problems and cases provide application of theory to financial decisions involving cash flow, capital structure, and capital budgeting.

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Corporate Valuation and Financial Strategy (UNC-Chapel Hill, 2022)

(MBA 777, MBA)

Course Description: The purpose of this course is to develop a framework for analyzing a firm’s investment and financing decisions. Critical aspects of applied corporate finance will be examined by focusing on valuation, real options, capital structure, security design, and project finance. 

Financial Restructuring (University of Maryland, 2017)

(BUFN 752, MBA)

Course Description: Focuses on identifying ways to increase firm value through corporate restructuring. Specific topics include: mergers and tender offers, spin-offs, carve-outs, divestitures, takeover defense strategies, leveraged buy-outs, and international acquisitions. Additionally, the theory, practice and empirical evidence related to each of these topics will be covered. Emphasis will be placed on valuation analysis and strategic considerations.