Mendoza School of Business


Jerry Langley

Emeriti Teaching Professor
Finance
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  • Biography
  • Background
  • Awards

Jerry Langley is Executive in Residence at the University of Notre Dame, teaching Commercial Banking, Financing the Corporation, and Bond Issue Process courses in the MBA program, and Applied Investment Management in the undergraduate and MBA programs; Global Financial Strategy in the EMBA program; and Understanding Globalization in the Certificate in Executive Education program. In addition, he serves as faculty advisor to the MBA Finance and Investment Club.

Prior to joining the faculty at Notre Dame, Langley was Vice President – Global System Finance for McDonald’s Corporation. Before McDonald’s, he was Senior Vice President, International Banking Department at American National Bank and Trust Company of Chicago.

Langley is a national board member of the Arthritis Foundation and the Volunteers of America. He also serves on the Supervisory Committee of Notre Dame Federal Credit Union and the boards of the South Bend Civic Theatre and Musical Arts Indiana. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

He received an M.B.A. from Northwestern University and did postgraduate work in accounting at DePaul University.

Education
MBA, Northwestern University
BS, University of Illinois-Chicago

Areas of Expertise
Banking
Investment Management
International Finance
Corporate Finance

Teaching
Applied Investment Management
Financing the Corporation
Bond Issue Process
Commercial Banking
Global Finance
"Outstanding Professor Award", Mendoza College of Business MBA Program, 2010