Steven Segal is an Executive-in-Residence/Lecturer at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business where he developed, and now teaches, a graduate level course in private equity and leverage buyouts. He is the faculty advisor to the undergraduate and MBA student managed public equity investment funds. Mr. Segal was previously a co-founder and Managing Director of J.W. Childs Associates, a Boston-based middle-market private equity firm. Mr. Segal brings 20 years of private equity investment experience and applied finance to the classroom.
Louis Salemy is a Lecturer at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business where he teaches several courses for those concentrating in Finance. Prior to this, he taught Finance courses at Boston College’s Undergraduate School of Management. Mr. Salemy was previously an analyst and Fund Manager at Fidelity for 13 years and brings his experience from this role into the classroom.
Mark T. Williams is a Executive-in-Residence/Master Lecturer at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business, as well as a risk-management practitioner, and financial author. He has three decades of experience including risk management in banks, hedge funds, energy trading and utility companies. Specific focus areas include Fed monetary policy; corporate governance; business ethics; banking trading fraud and compensation practices; fraud detection and prevention, pension investments and return assessment; energy commodities risk measurement and precious metals trading.