After moving to Miami in 1995, I started teaching at the University of Florida’s Warrington College of Business, Hough Graduate School of Business, in 1996.
From 1996 until 2005, I created and taught a three-hour course in the MBA program entitled “Investment Banking” with over 40 Wall Street professionals as guest lecturers.
In 2008 I created and teach a four-hour course entitled “Capitalism” (now in its 14th year) in the MSF program. I also mentor MSF candidates and give a series of seven 90-minute sessions on select investment banking topics.
Three years of heading panels on primary capital markets as a Trustee of the Securities Industry Institute at the Wharton School in the early 1980s, a one-off lecture on investment banking at Michigan State University’s Eli Broad College of Business (MBA program) in 1998, a panelist on mergers & acquisitions at a Business Week-sponsored event at Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law in 1984 and four annual lectures at the University of Miami School of Law’s securities course entitled “The Anatomy of an Initial Public Offering” from 1978-to-1981 round out my teaching portfolio.