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Art Selender

Finance

Visiting Assistant Professor

PhD, University of Chicago

Fincher 430C

214-768-2999
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Bio

Dr. Arthur Selender has a PhD in Finance from the University of Chicago, and has extensive experience as both a Practitioner and a Professor of Finance. He managed an analytical Options Fund for Cogent Partners for two years, returning 20.26% in 2007 and 6.26% in 2008. He has held positions at top institutions, including NatWest Markets where he ran Currency Exotic Options Sales and Structured Marketing, Goldman Sachs & Co., and McKinsey & Co. He has advised many institutions, including, UBS Asset Management.

Dr. Selender is currently a visiting assistant professor of finance at Cox business school at the Southern Methodist University, where he teaches classes to MBAs and MSFs in financial management, Portfolio Management, and Derivatives. He is also an adjunct professor of finance at the University of Luxembourg where he lectures on structured products.

Dr. Selender is a Special Consultant to Findex, Australia on Hedge Fund and Fixed Income Investments and manages their Tail Risk Hedging strategy jointly with Altair Investments.
He is also CIO and one of the founders of Four Peaks Wealth Management. He is on the board of Georgia BioFuels a wood pellet manufacturer and Hover Inc, a company which sells state of the art wind turbines globally.

Dr. Selender was a professor at Maastricht University, the Amsterdam Institute of Finance, and Southern Methodist University where he developed and taught many Executive, PhD, MBA and undergraduate finance courses. Dr Selender was an adjunct Professor of Finance at Southern Methodist University and was a clinical professor of finance at the University of Texas in Dallas, teaching several finance classes to MBA and MSF students. This included classes in Fixed Income,Valuations, Private Equity, Derivatives, Portfolio Management, and Alternative Assets.


Teaching

Financial Management
Portfolio Management
Derivatives