Teaching would be a great way for an investment
banker and securities analyst to give back to the profession, at least that is what a professor friend told me. After meeting just a few students, I was surprised to find I had a knack for teaching. My students were not only getting better grades, they were beginning to enjoy their classes. I was hooked!
Tell me about your academic and career goals. Together we will develop a plan to improve your learning situation for better grades, better comprehension, improved skills and just all round more satisfaction.
, managerial accounting, principles of accounting, intermediate accounting, financial statement analysis.
Principles of corporate finance
, managerial finance, securities valuation methods, portfolio management and analysis.
Study sessions are scheduled week-days in the afternoon and early evening hours.
Undergraduate: $50 per hour
Graduate: $60 per hour
Professional and Self-study: $75 per hour
4 hours notice required
$50 undergraduate level
$60 graduate level
$75+ professional coaching
Travels within 5 miles of New York, NY 10018
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