Maclyn L. Clouse, PhD, is a professor of finance at the Reiman School of Finance in the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver. The Reiman School is the premier school of financial management education in the Rocky Mountain Region, and its program provides a strong foundation in financial theory as well as practical application.
Clouse’s primary areas of teaching are corporate finance, microfinance and investment banking. For 30 years, he taught the finance courses in the Executive MBA program. In addition to his traditional graduate and undergraduate finance classes, twice a year, he takes students to New York for the Organized Walk Down Wall Street course, which was first offered in 1991. In June of 2016 and 2017, he took students to Brussels and London for a Financial Capitals of the World class. He has also developed and presented customized financial management seminars for corporations such as US WEST, the Manville Corporation, Contel IPC, Diners Club, Coast RV, Northern Indiana Public Service Company, Toshiba, Kaiser Permanente, Vail Associates, New Century Energies, OMI Inc., Galileo, Intrado, Cenveo and First Data Corporation.
Clouse also has been certified as an expert witness in court cases involving the valuation of businesses, small business management and economic loss determination. Over three different time periods, he served as Finance Department chair/Reiman School director for 25 years.
PhD, Finance, University of Washington
MBA, Operations and Systems Analysis, University of Washington
BA, Economics and Mathematics, Willamette University