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.
MBA in FinanceUniversity of Chicago
BA in Finance Administration and EconomicsMichigan State University
What's next for Equifax?
Earlier this week, Equifax announced a second breach of customer's personal data. That brings the total number of people who have had their personal information either seen shared or stolen to a whopping 145.5 million. To put that into perspective - that's the collective populations of Georgia, California, Texas, New York, Florida, Illinois, Pennsylvania, and Missouri combined.