Jack Rader is an adjunct instructor in the Finance Department, teaching the Applied Security Analysis class. He is also the recently retired executive director of the Financial Management Association International (FMA).
He has published articles on a variety of finance topics and served as editor of the Financial Management Collection. He also edited the book Careers in Finance, contributed a chapter on cash management to the AMA Management Handbook, and is co-author of two books: Managing Pension Plans: A Comprehensive Guide to Improving Plan Performance and Managing Pension and Retirement Plans: A Guide for Employers, Administrators, and Other Fiduciaries, which won The Clarence Arthur Kulp/Elizur Wright Memorial Award for outstanding original contribution to the literature of risk and insurance from the American Risk and Insurance Association in 2000.
Rader holds an MBA from USF and a B.S. in management science from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. He was awarded the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation in 1991. Rader has taught at USF for 30 years, and is former owner and president of the Financial Analysts Review of the United States, a company that trained money managers and security analysts from around the world. He also conducted seminars on managing mutual fund and equity portfolios for the American Association of Individual Investors, has provided litigation support on various economic issues, has conducted executive education programs for Fortune 500 companies and other organizations, and has consulted for the pension fund community.
- FIN 4560 - Applied Security Analysis