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Moise Louisy-Louise, PhD, is an Assistant professor at EDHEC Business School (Nice campus), where he teaches financial & managerial accounting, advanced financial accounting topics, financial statement analysis, and international finance topics to undergraduate and graduate students (first assignment at EDHEC in September 2016)
Moïse was formerly an Event-Driven Analyst and was affiliated to a brokerage house advising institutional clients on large European and U.S. M&A deals. He conducted thorough fundamental analysis of M&A events, monitored portfolio, and advised traders and sales team between 2014 and 2017. Prior to that, Moïse had joined the International University of Monaco in 2009 to teach financial and managerial accounting to both graduate and undergraduate students while pursuing doctoral studies in the field of pension accounting (Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis). Between 2011 and 2014, he was Program Director of the MSc in Sport Business Management and MA in Sustainable Peace through Sport.
Prior to joining IUM, Moïse worked as an equity analyst in the Hedge Fund industry for five years, where he focused on the energy, oil, banking and pharmaceutical sectors. His company participated in several major deals including the shareholder campaign that led to the $200 billion merger of Royal Dutch (Netherlands) and Shell (United Kingdom) in 2004 and the €11.4 billion buyout of Electrabel (Belgium) by Suez (France) in 2005.
In addition to academic and research activities (with focus on pension accounting, forensic accounting and fair value issues), Moïse has interests in the Sport Business industry and the SDP (Sport for Development and Peace) field. Moïse is an active member of the Monaco’s Athletics and Triathlon teams and is a fundraiser for UNICEF.
Moïse holds a PhD in Accounting (Pension Accounting) from the Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis (2014). Moïse also earned an MBA from the International University of Monaco (Finance, 2003) and a BSBA (Finance and Accounting, 2002) from Auburn University (AL, United States). Moïse speaks fluently English and Spanish (French native).