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Michael Imerman Bio Page
Posted: Monday, May 23, 2022

Michael ImermanMichael B. Imerman, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Finance

Claremont Graduate University

Dr. Michael Imerman is currently an associate professor of finance in the Drucker School of Management in Claremont Graduate University (CGU).  He has spent the Spring 2022 semester as a Visiting Scholar in the FinTech Group at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.  Professor Imerman previously served as co-director of CGU’s nationally-ranked MS in Financial Engineering program from 2018 to 2021.

Prior to joining the Drucker School, Imerman was a faculty member at Lehigh University, where he was assistant professor of finance and held the Theodore A. Lauer Distinguished Chair of Investments. Before Lehigh, he was an NSF-funded postdoctoral researcher at Princeton University.

Professor Imerman’s primary areas of expertise are in credit risk modeling, banking, financial regulation, risk management, structured finance, and financial technology. He has presented on all of these topics at academic conferences, seminars, regulators’ offices, and executive training sessions across the United States and on three different continents.  His most recent research interests are in the application of machine learning algorithms to financial risk management, ESG and climate risk, and FinTech innovation in banking and lending.  His forthcoming book, The Economics of FinTech, will be published by MIT Press.

Dr. Imerman consults regularly with financial services companies, both established and startups, on issues related to technological innovation and risk management. He currently serves on the editorial advisory board of the Journal of Financial Data Science and was previously an associate editor for the Journal of Risk Finance.

Before his career in academia, Imerman worked as an analyst on Wall Street supporting high-grade corporate bond and credit derivatives traders. He received his PhD in finance and economics and BS in finance from Rutgers University.



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