Ayça Altintig

Ayca Altintig has taught corporate and international finance at both undergraduate and graduate levels. Prior to joining the Drucker School in 2012, Altintig was a faculty member at Chapman University. She also worked as a financial controller at Turk Henkel, the Turkish branch of the chemical giant Henkel A.G.



Mantecon, T., J. Conover, Z.A. Altintig and R. Song, 2012, “The Effects of the Reporting of Off-Balance Investments on EPS Uncertainty, Leverage and Shareholders’ Wealth” forthcoming in Financial Management

Song, K., T. Mantecon and Z.A. Altintig, 2012, “Chaebol-Affiliated Analysts: Conflicts of Interest and Market Responses,” Journal of Banking and Finance, 36 (2): 584-596.

Uslay, C., Z.A. Altintig, and R. Windsor, 2010, “An Empirical Examination of The Rule of Three: Implications for Top Management, Marketers and Investors,” Journal of Marketing, 74:20-39.

Altintig, Z.A., K.P. Arin, E. Fees and C. Schumacher, 2009, “You Are One of Us Now: How do Share Prices of Rivals React to Privatization?” Journal of Industrial Economics, 52 (2): 265-293.

Altintig, Z.A., J. Broughton and G. Erenburg, 2009, “Local Temperature Deviance and National Prices: The US Natural Gas Market,” Journal of Applied Business Research 25 (1): 127-137.




Henry Schellhorn

Professor Schellhorn joined the faculty at Claremont Graduate University in the fall of 2005. He had previously been on the faculty of The University of Lausanne in Switzerland and created the exchange program between the Financial Engineering program and the University of Lausanne. Schellhorn also has ten years experience as a quant in private industry.

In his time working for Oracle, he was the head of a research group which developed a system for using Monte-Carlo simulations to calibrate Value at Risk models and he currently holds a US patent for the procedure. More recently, Schellhorn ran one of the math clinics where he worked with students to develop new approaches to assessing credit risk.