Kevin Crowley joined the Goizueta Business School as an adjunct faculty member in finance in 2005. He received his MBA from the University of Chicago in 1992 and holds a BA from Michigan State University in financial administration and economics. Prior to his arrival at Goizueta, Crowley worked in the investment banking industry for 14 years. He served as a managing director in the Mergers & Acquisitions group of Deutsche Bank in its New York and Tokyo offices. He also worked at J.P. Morgan Securities as a vice president in the corporate finance advisory group. During his banking career, Crowley gained extensive cross-border experience and completed a variety of advisory and financing transactions involving US, European, Latin American, and Japanese companies. He is co-founder of Sollucet Partners, a market-neutral US equity hedge fund. At Goizueta, Crowley has taught a range of courses on investment banking, international finance, and mergers & acquisitions to BBA, MBA, and Executive MBA students.
Areas of Expertise (3)
University of Chicago: M.B.A., Finance 1992
Michigan State University: B.A., Finance Administration and Economics 1985
Media Appearances (2)
Equifax takes webpage down because of malicious links; former breach included data on 10.9 million driver's licenses
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution online
Personal and financial information is valuable, and the protections used by companies and consumers are inadequate. “It’s an arms race between security and hackers and we are losing the war.”
Business Saw Lasting Change Post-9/11
Emory Business online
But the long-term tie between September 11 and the expansion or contraction of some industries may be tenuous, suggests Kevin M. Crowley, an adjunct finance lecturer at Goizueta...