Vladislav Babin

Adjunct Instructor

Project Management & Information Technology

Education
  • MBA, Loyola University Chicago
Contact Info

Mr. Vlad Babin has over twenty years of extensive experience in finance and financial risk
management; corporate finance; investment and retail banking, including asset management and
investments; and federal regulation and supervision. He has specialized experience in advanced
financial analysis and business modeling; balance sheet and treasury management; budgeting,
business planning, and forecasting; operations, and project management.

Several years Mr. Babin worked in capital markets finance for international investment banks on
Wall Street in New York City. As a member of the Finance & Accounting Control Groups
within the Global Capital Markets, he supervised financial analysis and reporting of Global Rates
and Global Commercial Real Estate businesses. Before that he spent five years in brokerage and
asset management (fully licensed by FINRA, formerly NASD) in Chicago. In addition, Mr.
Babin worked as a senior bank examiner for Federal Housing Finance Agency, where he
supervised risk management practices in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and Federal Home Loan
Banks.

Mr. Vlad Babin has extensive teaching and coaching experience in undergraduate, graduate, and
professional programs. He has taught advanced financial courses at New York University,
Fordham University, Georgetown University, and others. Mr. Babin has taught Financial
Management, Investments & Security Analysis, Quantitative Modeling, Corporate Finance,
Financial Statements Analysis, International Finance, Derivatives and Hedging.

Mr. Babin holds an MBA in Finance and Accounting from Loyola University Chicago.

Mr. Babin served in the United States Marine Corps (honorably discharged in 2002).