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GEORGE (YIORGOS) S. ALLAYANNIS
Darden School of Business Tel: (434) 924-3434
University of Virginia Fax: (434) 243-5021
P. O. Box 6550 Email: email@example.com
Charlottesville, VA 22906-6550 Web:http://faculty.darden.virginia.edu/allayannisy/
University of Virginia, Darden School of Business Professor of Business Administration 2010-present Associate Professor of Business Administration 2007-2010 Citigroup Global Markets Inc., Investment Banking Division Director, Financial Strategies Group 2005-2007 Responsible for providing analytical solutions to investment banking and corporate clients related to capital structure, risk management, dividend and share buyback policy, M&A, divestitures, credit ratings, liquidity management, cost of capital and valuation. Involved in several strategic and financing transactions. Worked extensively with clients in industrials and financial institutions sectors. Published several corporate finance reports distributed widely to client CEOs and CFOs.
University of Virginia, Darden School of Business Associate Professor of Business Administration 2002-2005 Assistant Professor of Business Administration 1996-2002 New York University, Leonard N. Stern School of Business 1994-1996 Instructor, Finance Department, taught Financial Management (Core undergraduate course) EDUCATION New York University, Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York, NY Ph.D. in Finance, 1996; M. Phil. in Finance, 1995 Dissertation Title: Exchange Rates, Hedging, and the Value of the Firm University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA M.B.A, 1990 National Technical University of Athens, Athens, Greece DIPLOMA (Five-Year Degree including a thesis) in Electrical and Computer Engineering, 1988 TEACHING Designed and taught Financial Institutions and Markets, Second-Year Elective, MBA Program, 2008-present Faculty Adviser, Darden Capital Management, 2000-2005, 2007-present Valuation in Financial Markets, First-Year Elective, MBA Program, 2007-2009 Designed and Taught Portfolio, Second-Year MBA Elective, 1996-2000, 2001-2002, 2003-2005 First-Year Finance (Corporate Finance), MBA Program, 1999-2005, Course Head, 2004-2005, Co-designed and Co-taught Conversations and Debates in Globalization, Second-Year MBA Elective, 2003-2005 Capital Market Flows and Institutions, Second-Year Elective, MBA Program,1996-1999 Doing Business in Central Europe, 1999 The Mind of the CFO: Becoming a Strategic Leader, Executive Education Program, 2007 Developing Managerial Excellence, Executive Education Program, 2000-2004 The Gulf Executive Program, 1999-2004 Investment Banking, Executive Education Program, 1999 Custom Executive Education Programs: AES, Mass Mutual, 2004-2005 HONORS University of Virginia Alumni Association Distinguished Professor Award, University of Virginia, April 2011 Member, Editorial Board, Journal of International Financial Management and Accounting, January 2011-present Outstanding Faculty Award, Darden School, University of Virginia, April 2010 Elected Faculty Marshall, Class of 2010, Darden School, University of Virginia, April 2010 Visiting Fellow, Hicks, Muse, Tate, and Furst Center for Private Equity Finance, UT Austin, Nov 2-6, 2009 Outstanding Faculty Award, Darden School, University of Virginia, April 2009 Elected Faculty Marshall, Class of 2009, Darden School, University of Virginia, April 2009 Member, Editorial Review Board, Journal of International Business Studies, January 2009-present Teaching Recognition Award, Darden School, University of Virginia, January 2008 Outstanding Faculty Award, Darden School, University of Virginia, May 2005 Elected Faculty Marshall, Class of 2005, Darden School, University of Virginia, May 2005 Member, Academic Advisory Board, International Treasurer, 2004-2005 Elected Faculty Marshall, Class of 2004, Darden School, University of Virginia, May 2004 Wachovia Award for Research Excellence, Darden School, University of Virginia, November 2002 Outstanding Faculty Award, Darden School, University of Virginia, May 2002 Elected Faculty Marshall, Class of 2002, Darden School, University of Virginia, May 2002 Outstanding Faculty recognition, Business Week Guide to the Best Business Schools, 2002 NYU Salomon Center Award for Excellence through research in finance, NYU, May 1997 Student-Teacher Award for Outstanding Teaching, Stern School of Business, August 1996 University Doctoral Fellowships, New York University, 1991-94 Elected Ph.D. Student Representative, Stern School of Business, 1992-94 Academic Excellence Award for first rank, University of Massachusetts, MBA Class of 1990 University of Massachusetts Merit Scholarships, 1988-90
JOURNAL PUBLICATIONSDo Investors Value Smooth Performance? with Brian Rountree (Rice) and James Weston (Rice), Journal of Financial Economics 90 (2008), pp. 237-251.
The Impact of Negative Cash Flow and Influential Observations on Investment-Cash Flow Sensitivity Estimates, with Abon Mozumdar, (Virginia Tech), Journal of Banking and Finance 28 (2004) pp. 901-930.
Capital Structure and Financial Risk: Evidence from Foreign Debt Use in East Asia, with Gregory W. Brown (UNC) and Leora Klapper (World Bank), Journal of Finance, December 2003, 58, 6, pp. 2667-2709.
Exchange-Rate Hedging: Financial vs. Operational Strategies, with Jane Ihrig (Federal Reserve Board) and James Weston (Rice), American Economic Review Papers & Proceedings, 91 (2) 2001, pp. 391-395.
Exchange Rate Exposure, Hedging, and the Use of Foreign Currency Derivatives, with Eli Ofek (NYU), Journal of International Money and Finance, 20 (2001), pp. 273-296.
Exposure and Markups, with Jane Ihrig (Federal Reserve Board), The Review of Financial Studies Fall 2001 Vol. 14, No. 3, pp. 805-835.
The Use of Foreign Currency Derivatives and Firm Market Value, with James Weston (Rice), The Review of Financial Studies Spring 2001 Vol. 14, No. 1, pp. 243-276.
Abstracted at The CFA Digest, August 2001, Vol. 31, No. 3.
OTHER PUBLICATIONS2007: The Year Ahead, Citigroup Corporate and Investment Banking, Financial Strategy Group, (co-authored with members of the group), January 2007.
Pruning for Growth: Why Divestitures Create Value in the Financial Services Sector, with Anil Shivdasani, Citigroup Corporate and Investment Banking, Financial Strategy Group, November 2006.
A New Era of Energy Prices: Challenges and Opportunities, with Marc Zenner and Gavriel Kimyagarov, Citigroup Corporate and Investment Banking, Financial Strategy Group, June 2006.
Creating Value by Hedging Risk in the Emerging Markets: New Challenges, More Tools, with Carsten Stendevad, Gavriel Kimyagarov, and Michael Simonetti, Financial Strategy Group, March 2006.
Hot Topics 2006, Citigroup Corporate and Investment Banking, Financial Strategy Group, (Co-authored with members of the group), January 2006.
Exchange Rate Exposure Revisited, Essays in honor of Professor A. Panayotopoulos, University of Piraeus, pp. 109-142, 2006.
The Impact of the Asian Financial Crisis on U.S. Multinationals, with James Weston (Rice), in Global Risk Management: Financial and Insurance Strategies, edited by J.J. Choi and M. Powers, International Finance Review, volume 3, 2002, pp. 117-130, JAI Elsevier Science.
The Use of Foreign Currency Derivatives and Industry Structure, with James Weston (Rice), in Corporate Risk: Strategies and Management, edited by G. Brown and D. Chew, Risk Books, pp. 329-338, 1999.
A Comment on: Corporate Hedging: The Relevance of Contract Specifications and Banking Relationships, by I. Cooper and A. Mello, European Finance Review, Vol. 2, No. 2 pp. 225-228, 1999.
WORKING PAPERSCorporate Governance and the Hedging Premium around the World, with Ugur Lel (Federal Reserve Board) and Darius Miller (SMU), 2003, last revised May 2010, Revise and Resubmit, Journal of International Economics Financial Policies and Hedging, with Michael Schill (Darden), February 2011 Earnings Smoothing, Analyst Following, and Firm Value, with Paul Simko (Darden), 2009, last revised August 2009 Legal Effectiveness and External Capital: Evidence from Foreign Debt, with Greg Brown (UNC) and Leora Klapper (World Bank), 2004, last revised March 2005
WORK IN PROGRESSThe Growth and Volatility Tradeoff, with Charles Murry (UVA) and Paul Simko (Darden), 2010 Are U.S. Firms rated higher by credit rating agencies? with Arturo Bris (IMD) and Christos Cabolis (ALBA),
PRESENTATIONS AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGSAmerican Finance Association, Washington D.C. 1995, New Orleans 1997, 2001 Western Finance Association, Sunriver 1996, San Diego 1997, Monterrey 1998, Tucson 2001 European Finance Association, Brussels 1994, Milan 1995, Oslo 1996, Helsinki 1999 European Financial Management Association, Lisbon 1998, Athens 2000 Georgia Tech International Finance Conference, Atlanta, GA, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2004, 2005
DISCUSSIONS AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS
American Finance Association, Chicago 1998, Atlanta 2002, San Diego 2004, Atlanta 2010 Western Finance Association, San Diego 1997, Sun Valley 2000, Los Cabos 2003 European Finance Association, Copenhagen 1993, Brussels 1994, Milan 1995, Oslo 1996, Helsinki 1999, Athens 2008 European Financial Management Association, Lisbon 1998, Athens 2000 Georgia Tech International Finance Conference, Atlanta, GA, 1997, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2003 UNC-Duke Corporate Finance Conference, 2004 FEA-Texas Austin, 2008
SESSION CHAIR AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGSEuropean Financial Management Association, Lisbon 1998, Athens 2000 European Finance Association, Helsinki 1999 Georgia Tech International Finance Conference, Atlanta, GA, 2002, 2004 Paris Spring Corporate Finance Conference, Paris, May 2009, May 2010
SEMINAR PRESENTATIONSBoston University (1995), Texas A&M (1996), Alberta (1996), UVA (1996), Georgia (1996), HKUST (1996), KU Leuven (1997), ESSEC (1997), Lancaster (1997), Tilburg (1997), Virginia Tech (1997), Maryland (1998), Georgetown (1999), UNC-Chapel Hill (2000), The World Bank (2000), Rice University (2000), Western Ontario (2001), University of Maastricht (2001), INSEAD (2001), American University (2002), NYU (2002), McGill (2003), Utah (2003), Amsterdam (2003), Washington University-St Louis (2003), Norwegian School of Management (2003), Stockholm School of Economics (2003), Arizona (2004), Oklahoma (2004), Federal Reserve Board (2009), University of Oxford (2010), UNC-Chapel Hill (2011)
OTHER PRESENTATIONSPanelist, “The State of Banking and Finance in Emerging Markets”, CIBER, Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, Washington DC, April 2011 Speaker, “Funding Growth in Emerging Markets” and panelist on Emerging Markets Corporate Finance Issues, Forum for Corporate Finance, New York, November 2010 Speaker, “The Credit Crisis, Capital and the Failure of Risk Management”, VALCON09, American Bankruptcy Institute, Las Vegas, February 25-27, 2009 Panelist, “Managing Political Risk”, Conference on Managing in a Global Era, Harvard Business School, June 17-18 2008 Panelist, Symposium on “The Competitive Edge: Is the U.S. Losing Ground in the Capital Markets?
Virginia Law and Business Review, February 2008