Distinguished Visiting Professor
Marc Bertoneche is a Distinguished Visiting Professor at HEC Paris. For many years, he has been contributing to HEC Executive Education programs as a teacher and Academic Director in Finance. In particular, he is the founder and Academic Director of the open-enrolment program “Creating Value through Strategic Financial Management”.
Holding a Chair as Professor in Business Administration at the University of Bordeaux, Marc Bertoneche has regularly taught in various universities and business schools all over the world. He was a Visiting Professor at the Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University (Chicago) in 1974. For more than twenty years, he has been on the faculty of INSEAD and has regularly taught, as Associate Fellow, at Templeton College and Saïd Business School, Oxford University. In 1986-1987, 1990-1991 and since 1998, he has been a Visiting Professor at the Harvard Business School where he teaches finance in several programs. Marc Bertoneche has been elected best teacher on numerous occasions. He has won several awards including the Harvard Business School's Faculty Award in 1999, 2000 and 2003.
Marc Bertoneche also also taught and developed consulting activities to a wide variety of organizations worldwide.
Marc Bertoneche's areas of interest include corporate and financial strategy, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital, financial markets, corporate ownership and governance, risk management and international finance. He is the author or co-author of six books and more than fifty published articles on various financial topics. He is a referee for several journals in the US and in Europe.
Marc Bertoneche holds Masters degrees in Economics (1967) and Political Science (1969) from University of Paris and a Doctorate in Business Administration (1978) from University of Bordeaux (France). He received his MBA (1973) and his Ph.D. in Finance (1976) from Northwestern University's Graduate School of Management, where he has been a Distinguished Scholar and a Beta-Gamma-Sigma.