Priyank Gandhi is currently Assistant Professor of Finance at Rutgers Business School. Before joining Rutgers, Priyank Gandhi was with the University of Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business. He obtained his Ph.D. in Finance from UCLA's Anderson School of Management. Priyank served as a manager at the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC) in India and also has been a consultant to investment banks and real estate firms.
His research has been presented in seminars (including presentations by co-authors) at the University of Chicago, NYU, Harvard, Emory University, University of Rochester, DePaul University, and other leading business schools.
Priyank's research has also appeared in leading academic journals including the Journal of Financial Economics and the Journal of Finance. His work has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Germany's leading newspaper (Handelsblatt). Harvard Law Review Blog, and VoxEU.
Education & Training
University of California, Los Angeles
Masters in Financial Engineering
University of California, Berkeley
Masters in Business Administration
MDI Gurgaon, India
Bachelor in Electrical Engineering
Topics: Bank diversification, Bank valuation
Regulation of financial markets and banks
Topics: Too-big-to-fail, Dodd-Frank Law, Bank regulation
Asset pricing and valuation
Topics: Credit default swaps, Interest rate options, Effect of taxes on asset values