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Faculty

Patronage

Prof. Dr. Thorsten Sellhorn

Institute for Accounting, Auditing and Analysis
Munich School of Management




Lecturers

Gereon Hillert
Former research Assistant and Doctoral Candidate;
Institute for Accounting, Auditing and Analysis at the Munich School of Management at LMU Munich

Gereon was a research and teaching assistant at the Institute for Accounting, Auditing and Analysis at the Munich School of Management at LMU Munich. He currently work for EY in th area of valuation and data analytics. Further, he spent a research stay at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Also, he is lecturer in the summer schools “financial statement analysis and valuation” as well as “introduction to machine learning”. He studied business administration with majors in Accounting and Finance at Saint Mary's University Halifax, Canada, Goethe University Frankfurt, Universidad Viña del Mar, Chile and University of Bayreuth. Gereon got practical experience at PwC AG, KPMG and Deutsche Bank AG in the areas of capital markets, M&A, financial due diligence and financial accounting. His current research interests include corporate learning and operating leverage decisions as well as disclosure policy choice around M&A transactions and topic modelling using machine learning methods.

 


Andreas Woltschläger
Former research Assistant and Doctoral Candidate;
Institute for Accounting, Auditing and Analysis at the Munich School of Management at LMU Munich

Andreas was a research and teaching assistant at the Institute for Accounting, Auditing and Analysis at the Munich School of Management at LMU Munich. He currently work for KPMG in the area of valuation and business analytics. Further he is lecturer in the summer schools “financial statement analysis and valuation” and “introduction to machine learning”. Andreas spent a research stay at Lancaster University. He studied economics at the University Paderborn and business administration with majors in Accounting and Finance at the University of Bayreuth. He was further at the University of Lancaster as visiting scholar. He got practical experience at Commerzbank AG, EY, KPMG and Wincor Nixdorf AG in the areas of equity research, M&A, financial due diligence, valuation and group accounting. His current research interests include financial statement analysis, forecasting using machine learning techniques, corporate learning and valuation.