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Randolph Nordby Finance (MS)

Bio
Course Coordinator for the Finance Department of the on-line MBA Program & Professional Lecturer at American University. Randy is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and has worked as an investment portfolio manager and valuation expert at Morgan Stanley, Calvert Investments, BB&T, Sol Capital, Wachovia, and other firms. Randy was recently part of the first 150 global candidates to complete the Fundamentals of Sustainability Analysis (FSA) designation that attempts to quantify the link between material sustainability information and a company's financial performance. Randy holds as MSF, MA in Economics and is currently a doctoral student at Fox Business School, Temple University. Randy also has served on the Board of Directors for the CFA Society of Washington, DC and is currently a Kaplan CFA Level 3 National Instructor.

Teaching

2021 Term 1

  • FIN-605 Managerial Econ/Corp Strategy

  • FIN-605 Managerial Econ/Corp Strategy

2021 Term 2

  • FIN-605 Managerial Econ/Corp Strategy

  • FIN-605 Managerial Econ/Corp Strategy

Fall 2021

  • FIN-614 Financial Management

2021 Term 3

  • FIN-605 Managerial Econ/Corp Strategy

  • KSB-630 Business Capitals Immersion: Airline Industry: COVID-19

2021 Term 4

  • FIN-614 Financial Management

  • FIN-614 Financial Management

Spring 2022

  • FIN-200 Pers Finance & Finan Inst

  • FIN-575 CFA Level I Intensive Review