#### Andrew Clark

His focus in teaching is to pitch the material at the right level so that the majority of students, if not possibly all of them, learn the concepts needed to be successful.

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### Hello. This is my story.

Andrew Clark was an instructor in the Finance department of the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado Boulder from January 2015 through May 2020. Prior to that he worked at Citibank (1976-1994) and Refinitiv (2000-2014).

While at the Leeds School, he taught basic financial analysis via P&Ls and balance sheets, investment theory with an extensive use of math, especially statistics. He also taught financial markets and calculus. The typical class size was 30-50 students and he taught 2-3 sections each semester.

His focus in teaching is to pitch the material at the right level so that the majority of students, if not possibly all of them, learn the concepts needed to be successful. Individual instruction is something he enjoys as he comes to know the student better and hence can gear his response to whatever question or questions she/he may have.