For investors, an important question is whether active mutual fund managers have the skills to beat their benchmarks. The answer is crucial to steering asset allocation decisions.
Retiring baby-boomers and changes in banking have contributed to an acute shortage of credit analysts and lenders. But few institutions are able to commit to providing the training needed for those who review, approve, or reject loans.
Sometimes Denise Patrick, a lecturer in Bauer College’s Department of Marketing & Entrepreneurship, can’t believe the simplicity of the business advice she frequently offers to students and professionals alike: Check assumptions.
A lecturer at the C. T. Bauer College of Business has been awarded Educator of the Year by the Greater Houston Area Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
Undergraduate students from the C. T. Bauer College of Business recently put their skills to practice during the Bauer Supply Chain Forum Case Competition, sponsored by BHP and CB&I.
Many financial institutions are experiencing a shortage of new credit analysts and lenders, but few are able to commit the resources needed for a traditional credit-training program.