Gregory Perelman

Visiting Faculty at University of California, Davis


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University of California, Davis

Visiting Faculty Gregory Perelman has worked in the U.S. banking industry since 1990. For the last 15 years he has been employed by Wells Fargo Bank in various finance and management positions. He is based in San Francisco, where he conducts analysis of small business credit markets in the U.S. and internationally. Perelman has been an adjunct professor at California State University since 2001 and has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in corporate finance, economics, bank management, financial institutions and business statistics. He has also lectured internationally at various graduate programs in Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Lithuania. He holds a Ph.D. in business history from the Russian State University of Humanities in Moscow, an MBA from Yale School of Management, and B.A. in economics from UC Los Angeles.

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