Kenneth Bigel, Ph.D., MBA, CFP

Chair, Business Department

Professor, Finance

Department of Business

Lander College for Men

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Dr. Kenneth Bigel is a professor of finance and chair of the business department at the Lander College for Men. He has worked for Bankers Trust Company, Ford Motor Company and Prudential Securities, and has provided expert testimony in some highly visible cases, including the Enron scandal.

Dr. Kenneth Bigel holds an MBA and a PhD from New York University, where he taught MBA students for ten years before joining the Lander College faculty. He won two Dean’s Awards for Teaching Excellence at NYU. He has conducted extensive research in the field of financial ethics and has served for many years as a consultant to major Wall Street brokerage firms. He is the author of two textbooks, Introduction to Financial Analysis and Corporate Finance.

Areas of Expertise

Financial ethics and ethical psychology


  • BA, Philosophy and Mathematics, Brooklyn College
  • MBA New York University
  • PhD, New York University
  • CFP, College for Financial Planning


  • Bigel, K. S. (2023). Corporate Finance. Retrieved from
  • Bigel, K. S. (2022). Introduction to Financial Analysis. Retrieved from
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