BRG adds four senior advisors with expertise in accounting reporting, financial reporting, real estate financing and credit risk
EMERYVILLE, California., 25 August 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Berkeley Research Group (BRG) has expanded its pool of experts with the addition of four senior advisers, each with extensive experience in their respective disciplines.
“We bring a range of expertise, methodologies and approaches, offering the diversity of perspectives that today’s challenges demand,” said BRG CEO and President. MacDonald Tri. “Our newest university affiliates strengthen our base of top talent to solve clients’ most complex problems. ”
André Léone is the Keith I. DeLashmutt Chair of Accounting Information & Management at Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. His research focuses on the role of accounting information in procurement and capital markets. He has published in leading academic journals including Journal of Accounting and Economics, Journal of Accounting Research, The Accounting Review, Contemporary Accounting Research, Review of Accounting Studies, Journal of Health Economics, and Management science. His research has received awards, including the Distinguished Contributions to Accounting Literature Award from the American Accounting Association (AAA) (2019); Provost University Research Prize, Miami University (2014) ; AAA Award Notable contributions to accounting literature (2013); Emerald Management Reviews‘Citation of Excellence Award (2012); and AAA Notable Contribution to Management Accounting Research Award (2005).
Karen nelson is the MJ Neeley Professor of Accounting at the Neeley School of Business at Texas Christian University (TCU). She is an internationally renowned scholar who focuses on financial reporting and disclosure matters, including the role of regulators, auditors and private securities litigation in monitoring the quality of financial reporting. She has lectured at numerous conferences and business schools in the United States and abroad and has published her research in leading journals in accounting, finance and law. She is also an award-winning teacher and co-author of three textbooks. She got her doctorate. of University of Michigan and a bachelor’s degree from University of Colorado. Before joining TCU, she was part of the faculty of Stanford University and Rice University and as a visiting professor at the University of Michigan. She is a Chartered Accountant and a former member of the Standing Advisory Group of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board.
Anthony B. Sanders is Emeritus Professor of Real Estate Finance at the School of Business of George Mason University. He previously taught at the University of Chicago (Graduate School of Business) and the Ohio State University (Fisher College work). He was Director and Head of Asset Backed and Mortgage Backed Securities Research at Deutsche Bank in New York City. His research and teaching focus on investments, financial institutions and real estate finance. He has published articles in journals including Finance Review, Financial and quantitative analysis journal, Business Journal, Financial Services Research Journal, Real estate economics, and Housing Economics Journal. Professor Sanders has received six teaching awards and three research awards. He is associate editor of several leading journals. He made presentations to the Federal Reserve of Cleveland, Bank of England, European Central Bank in Frankfurt and Bank of Japan, as well as presentations from academic and executive training in Australia, Chile, Italy, Germany, the UK, Japan, China, Poland, Mexico, South Africa and United States.
Stephen H. Shore is head of the department and professor in the Department of Risk Management and Insurance of Georgia State University Robinson College work. He holds the R. Means Davis Chair and the Kenneth Black Chair. He has a doctorate. in economy of Harvard University. He previously served on the Wharton School faculty at the University of Pennsylvania and to Johns Hopkins University and was Assistant Deputy Secretary of the Treasury. He has published in journals including Journal of the American Statistical Association, The Review of Economics and Statistics, The Review of Financial Studies, and Financial and quantitative analysis journal. He is the elected president of the Risk Theory Society. His research focuses on personal income risk and consumer credit risk. His work quantified the variation in income volatility, both between individuals and over time. He also identified the sources of this variation, ranging from the role of parental influence or career choices to the importance of business cycles. He has evaluated programs aimed at alleviating consumer credit delinquency and explored the role of characteristics of financial contracts such as minimum payments, interest rates and negative equity on mortgage and card delinquency. consumer credit.
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