Saxe Distinguished Professor of Finance
BA Iona College Economics 1967 PhD Pennsylvania State University Finance 1973
Areas of Expertise:
Martell, T.F. and Webb, G.P., "The Performance of Stocks that are Reverse Split", Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, Vol. 30, No. 3, 2008.
Bali, T., Hume, S. and Martell, T.F., "A New Look at Hedging with Derivatives: Will Firms Reduce Market Risk Exposure?" Journal of Futures Markets, Vol. 27, No. 11, November 2007, pp. 1 -31.
Anand, A., Chakravarty, S., and Martell, T.F., "Empirical Evidence on the Evolution of Liquidity: Choice of Market vs. Limit Orders by Informed and Uniformed Traders", Journal of Financial Markets, Vol. 8, No. 3, August 2005, pp. 289-309.
Karagozoglu, A., Martell, T.F. and Wang, G., "The Split of S&P 500 Futures Contracts: Effects on Liquidity and Market Dynamics", Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, December 2003, pp. 323-348.
"Changing the Size of a Futures Contract: Liquidity and Microstructure Effects" (with A. Karagozoglu). Financial Review, 34 (4): 75-94, November 1999.
Karagozoglu, A. and Martell, T.F. "Changing the Size of a Futures Contract: Liquidity and Microstructure Effects," Financial Review, Vol. 34, No. 4, November 1999, pp. 75-94.
Terrence F. Martell is the director of the Weissman Center for International Business at Baruch College/CUNY where he is also the Saxe Distinguished Professor of Finance. As Director, he oversees a myriad of international programs and projects.
His particular area of expertise is international commodity markets. He teaches and conducts research in this area. He is a director of the IntercontinentalExchange (ICE). He serves on the Audit Committee of ICE. He is vice chair of ICE Futures U.S., the domestic regulated futures exchange of ICE. He is Chairman of ICE Clear US. He is a director of ICE Clear Credit which clears credit default swaps. He is chair of the Risk Committee for ICE Clear Credit. He serves as a board member of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce and is a member of the Executive Committee of the Chamber. He is a trustee of the PSC/CUNY Welfare Fund which manages health benefits for the employees of the City University of New York. He chairs the Audit Committee of the Fund. He is a trustee of the PSC/CUNY Welfare Fund Employee Retirement Plan. He is a member of the New York City District Export Council of the US Department of Commerce. He is chair of the Baruch Faculty Senate. He is chair of the University Faculty Senate. He is a trustee of CUNY and serves on the Fiscal, Audit, and Investment Committees.
A resident of Pelham, New York, he served as President of the Pelham School Board and the United Way of Pelham.
Awards, Honors, etc.:
The Baruch Distinguished Faculty Award, 2011
Beta Gamma Sigma, Baruch Chapter, Faculty Honoree, 2003
Golden Key International Honor Society, Baruch Chapter, Facutly Honoree, 2002
Zicklin School of Business Award for Teaching Excellence, 1995 and 1999.