Victor Abraham, M.B.A.

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Associate Professor, College of Business

M.B.A., Finance, Investment, and Banking, Boston University
B. Sc., Mathematics (with honors), Hull University


Professor Victor Abraham earned his MBA Degree in Finance, Investment, and Banking from Boston University, and his B.S. Degree, double-major in Pure and Applied Mathematics, from Hull University in England. He has been a part-time instructor for the past twenty five years at several colleges and universities located both on the east coast and the west coast: Baruch College in New York City, Pepperdine University, UCLA Extension, Woodbury University, University of Redlands, Argosy University, Keller Graduate School of Management, and Cal State, LA. He has taught environmental science, ecology, computer software application, finance, investments, computer application to real estate financial analysis, international business, and principles of exporting and importing.

Professor Abraham worked at Dean Witter Reynolds for four years as a stockbroker, commodity, and options broker, and then one year as principal broker clearing trades through Lansco, Inc. His other involvements have been as a real estate broker, real estate manager, real estate renovation and development, and life insurance broker. Special areas of interest include “Neurofinance” and “nanotechnology”–attending weekly Colloquiums at UCLA Anderson School of Management.

PUBLICATIONS: Wrote 200 End-of-Chapter M/C questions for the textbook International Financial Management, Eun & Resnick; McGraw-Hill/Irwin (ISBN 0072521279). Wrote 1,000 Power Point slides for the textbook Fundamentals of Investment Management with S&P access code, 8th Edition 2006 McGraw-Hill/Irwin (ISBN 0073134937).