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John M. Longo, Ph.D.

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Rutgers University
Business School of Rutgers University
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John M. Longo, Ph.D.

From a macro perspective, the financial markets play an integral role in the world we live in.

John M. Longo is a Professor of Professional Practice in the Finance & Economics Department at the Business School of Rutgers University. He has also been visiting professor of finance at EMBA-Global—the joint Executive MBA program of Columbia Business School, London Business School, and The University of Hong Kong. A Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), Professor Longo earned an M.B.A. in Finance and a Ph.D. in Finance from Rutgers, where he also received his B.A. degree. He is a two-time award winner for innovative teaching at Rutgers Business School. With two decades of professional investment management experience, Professor Longo currently serves as Chief Investment Officer and portfolio manager for Beacon Trust, with 2.5 billion dollars under management. He previously served as Chief Investment Officer and portfolio manager for The MDE Group and as a Vice President in a quantitative unit of Merrill Lynch. Professor Longo is the author/editor of Hedge Fund Alpha. He is a member of the editorial board of The Journal of Performance Measurement, and he has served on the advisory board of the Bloomberg Institute. Dr. Longo has led his students on personal visits with Warren Buffett on four occasions, and he has appeared widely in the media, commenting on business topics.