Jeffrey Warren is an assistant professor in the department of Accounting & Finance. He brings to the classroom over 40 years of experience in public and industry accounting with extensive experience in all aspects of the accounting and finance function including consolidations, financial reporting and analysis, budgeting and forecasting and mergers and acquisitions.<br><br>The majority of Professor Warren’s career was spent as the controller of a global NYSE manufacturing company with sales of approximately $7.0 billion and total assets of $7.4 billion. In addition, he was an elected Trustee of the Paramus Board of Education from 2011 to 2015.<br><br>Professor Warren is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Management Accountant (CMA).
Controllership and various aspects of financial accounting in the corporate world.
MBA, Finance, 1986, Pace University, White Plains, NY
BA, Economics, Accounting, 1975, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ
Controller and CFO,
B&A Food Brokerage.
(December 2012 - August 2016).
Sealed Air Corporation.
(May 1979 - December 2012).
Refereed Published Articles
- Yang, J., Metallo, V., Warren, J. The Impact of the New United States Tax Law on International Taxation (July 2018). Journal of International Taxation,
- Yang, J., Warren, J. (2017). The Impact of the Net Investment Income Tax on Non-American Investors (June 2017). Bulletin for International Taxation, 71 (6a), pp. 106-111.