Saïd Business School
University of Oxford
Park End Street
Marc holds a chair as Professor in Business Administration at the University of Bordeaux and was on the faculty of INSEAD, the European Institute of Business Administration in Fontainebleau France, for more than twenty years.
His areas of interest include corporate and financial strategy, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital, financial markets, corporate ownership and governance, risk management and international finance.
Marc has been a Visiting Professor at the Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University in 1974 and at the Harvard Business School in 1986-1987, 1990-1991 and since 1998 where he taught finance in the MBA program, in the Advanced Management Program (AMP) and in The General Manager Program (TGMP). He has been elected best teacher on numerous occasions and has won several awards for excellence and innovation in the classroom. In 1999, 2000 and 2003, he received the Harvard Business School's Faculty Award. For ten years, Marc has been a regular Faculty of the Advanced Management Programme at Saïd Business School, where he was a co-founder of the Oxford Senior Executive Finance Programme, a Visiting Fellow in Finance in 1997 and has been an Associate Fellow since 2001.
Marc is the author or co-author of six books, two videos and more than fifty published articles on various financial topics.He is a referee for several journals in the US and in Europe.
Marc has also developed and taught in a large number of executive programmes all over the world. He has been a consultant to a wide variety of organisations. Assignments have involved him in many different finance related topics including financial planning, working capital management, corporate valuation, mergers and acquisitions, value management, new ventures and hedging interest rate and foreign exchange exposures. He is a very popular guest speaker all over the world. Marc is a Director of the Board of several organisations in Europe, the US and Asia.
Marc holds Master degrees with Honors in Economics (1967) and Political Science (1969) from University of Paris and a Doctorate in Business Administration (1978) with Distinction from University of Bordeaux. He received his MBA (1973) and his PhD in Finance (1976) from Northwestern University's Graduate School of Management, where he has been a Distinguished Scholar and a Beta-Gamma-Sigma.