Professor Emeritus, Finance

Profile

Larry Wynant is a Professor Emeritus of Finance. He was formerly Acting Dean (June-Dec 2008), Associate Dean - Programs (2004-08) and from 1999-2004, was stationed in Hong Kong as the Associate Dean, Ivey Asia. Wynant has taught courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels in financial management and the management of financial institutions. He has served as a faculty member at the University of the West Indies and he has been a visiting professor in several universities in South America. He earned an MBA degree from Western University and his doctorate from Harvard Business School.

Wynant's research interests include Asian financial management practices, commercial lending and financial structuring and he has co-authored several books including The U.S. Handbook of Commercial Lending, Canadian Commercial Lending, Canadian Cases in Financial Management and Banks and Small Business Borrowers. He has worked as a consultant for a large number of financial institutions, corporations and government groups in Canada and internationally. 

Teaching

  • Finance
  • Management of Financial Service Businesses

Education

  • BCom, Manitoba
  • MBA, Western
  • DBA, Harvard

Recent Refereed Articles

  • Wynant, L., 1980, "Essential Elements of Project Financing", Harvard Business Review, May/June 58(3): 165 - 173.

Experience

  • Credit Officer and Money Market Trader, Royal Bank of Canada

Research/Course Development

  • Asian Financial Institutions
  • Corporate Financial Strategy