{ "instructor": { "name": "Chris Broderick", "expertise": ["Accounting","Financial Statement Analysis"], "short desc": "Chris specializes in courses related to U.S. generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) accounting and financial statement analysis. He has experience with financial modeling, risk management, strategic planning, project management, due diligence, capital markets, mergers and acquisitions and fixed income.", "current position": "A consultant, Chris is also an adjunct professor of accounting at Baruch College.", "past positions": "Chris worked for DeloitteTouche (auditing) and JPMorganChase (credit and training). At Deloitte he focused on the financial services industry, mainly insurance. At JPMorganChase he provided credit review and compliance services for bank groups including large corporate borrowers, personal banking, commodities, financial services and middle market, both in the U.S. and internationally. He also worked for the International Management Center in Budapest, Hungary.", "education": ["BS, Lehigh University","MBA, Duke University"], "certifications":["Certified Public Accountant"] } }