Mark Williams

williamsExecutive-in-Residence/Master Lecturer
Department of Finance and Economics
School of Management

MBA, Boston University

williams@bu.edu
(617) 358-2789
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Research Interests:

  • Risk management in renewable energy
  • Market, credit and operational risk management in the energy and banking industries

Courses Taught:

SMG FE442 Money, Financial Markets and Economic Activity

Brief Biography:

Mark Williams is a Master Lecturer in the Department of Finance and Economics in Boston University’s School of Management.  He received his MBA in Finance in 1993 from Boston University and his BSBA in Finance in 1985 from the University of Delaware.

Mark Williams has been on the Finance & Economics Faculty at Boston University since 2002. In addition to his strong teaching skills, he was hired because of his vast practical industry experience in energy as well as in banking. His area of expertise is in risk management relating to market, credit and operational risk. He is particularly experienced relating to risk management in the energy trading, banking industry and derivative matters related to the capital markets. In addition to his teaching duties at the graduate as well as undergraduate level, his expertise is called on frequently by national media. On several occasions, he has also been an expert witness in various corporate cases involving risk management matters.