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Walsh College Appoints Greshak to its Full-time Finance Faculty

Walsh College, one of the state’s largest graduate business schools, has appointed William M. Greshak, a financial consultant and former assistant prosecuting attorney, as associate professor of finance, to its full-time faculty.

Greshak has more than 14 years of professional experience in business and financial consulting. His expertise includes forensic accounting, budgets, projections, corporate valuations, internal investigations, mergers and acquisitions, industry/performance trends, fraud detection and deterrence, and internal controls.

Additionally, Greshak has worked in the valuation and litigation support practices of several large accounting firms in both Detroit and Dallas. He is a licensed attorney in the State of Michigan and has served as an assistant prosecuting attorney for Macomb County. He also holds professional certifications as Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and Certified Management Accountant (CMA).

Greshak received his J.D. from the Wayne State University School of Law in 1993. His program included a semester abroad in Russia and Poland studying international law. He earned two degrees from Walsh College: Bachelor of Business Administration in 1989 and Master of Science in Finance in 1992.

Greshak previously served on the adjunct faculty at Walsh for more than a decade. His primary instructional responsibilities have included both undergraduate and graduate courses. He has taught courses including financial modeling, financial markets and institutions, financial management, financial statement analysis, and capstone corporate finance case studies.

“Bill brings considerable business and academic expertise to Walsh College, demonstrated by his professional background and commitment to teaching excellence,” said Greg Todd, associate professor and chair, Finance and Economics Department.

“Employers are demanding exceptional finance graduates who have the skill sets to ‘hit the ground running.’ Our outstanding faculty and facilities, including the Walsh College Finance Lab, allow us to offer practical, academically rigorous finance degree programs toward meeting these demands,” said Todd.

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