Assistant Professor of Finance
Dr. Patrick Gosselin is an Assistant Professor of Finance in the School of Management at Marist College. His research focuses on the corporate finance and asset pricing implications of financial distress. Prior to joining Marist, Professor Gosselin accumulated nearly fourteen years of professional experience in various business and leadership roles. He began his career as an Army officer and deployed overseas multiple times, including a tour in Iraq. After transitioning to civilian life, Dr. Gosselin held roles with the corporate finance and restructuring practice at FTI Consulting, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, and as a freelance writer and consultant. During the height of the 2008 financial crisis, he helped distressed companies recover value for their investors; among others, he advised the creditors to Lehman Brothers—the largest corporate bankruptcy filing in U.S. history. He originally joined Marist as an adjunct instructor in 2015 and is a CFA charterholder.
PhD, Business Administration - Finance, University of Connecticut
MBA, Mays Business School, Texas A&M University
BA, University of Richmond
Financial Distress, Asset Pricing, Corporate Finance