Benjamin Anderson is an associate professor in the Department of Accounting and Finance at the Lucas College and Graduate School of Business and currently serves as co-director of the Accounting Advancement Center. His research focuses on examining how capital market participants use financial information. He is also an expert on how macroeconomic events impact businesses and individual people, particularly their investments. He holds a doctoral degree in business administration from the University of Arkansas, with a concentration in accounting.
Emmanuel Sequeira is an assistant professor of finance in the Department of Accounting and Finance at the Lucas College and Graduate School of Business. His research interests include examining the effects of changes to a firm’s information environment through various channels such as employee whistleblowing, changes in financial reporting transparency and changes in comparability of financial reports. He holds a doctoral degree in business administration with a concentration in finance from the University of Texas at El Paso.
Matthew Faulkner is an assistant professor in the Department of Accounting and Finance at the Lucas College and Graduate School of Business. His research interests intersect corporate finance and behavioral finance to understand why and how companies and management make decisions. His private consulting work is in valuation. In addition to academics, he is also a CFA® Charterholder and a FINRA arbitrator. He holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from UNC-Wilmington, an MBA in international finance and investments from the University of Valencia, Spain, and UNCW, and a doctoral degree from Florida Atlantic University.
Stoyu Ivanov is a professor of accounting and finance and assistant director of the Center for Banking and Financial Services. He is also a Nancie Fimbel Investment Fellow at the Lucas College and Graduate School of Business. Ivanov teaches corporate finance, financial markets and institutions and real estate finance. His research focuses on exchange-traded funds and indexing. He holds a doctoral degree from the University of Nebraska.