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Natalya Schenck

Ph.D.

EDUCATION

PhD - 
2014

Kent State University, Kent, OH

Concentration: Finance (Major)/Statistics (Minor)
Research Interests: Financial Markets and Institutions, Risk, Corporate Finance, Real Estate, Banking Regulation
Dissertation Title: “Impact of Charter Values on Moral Hazard in Banking"

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION – 2008
Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH

MASTER OF ARTS (ECONOMICS) –  1997           
Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH

                   
DIPLOMA OF SPECIALIST (MATHEMATICS) – 1993
St.-Petersburg State University, St.-Petersburg, Russia
College Instructor Certification


PUBLICATIONS

Schenck, N. A. (2014). Distance-to-Default Measures and Determinants for Systemically Important Financial Institutions. Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance. 

Schenck, N. A. (2013). The Effects of Government Bailouts on Default Risk and Charter Values in Banking. Banking and Finance Review. 

Schenck, N. A., & Wolf, F. M. (2010). Issues of Financial Statement Analysis of Small Homebuilders in Commercial Lending Decision Process in the U.S. International Journal of Business, Accounting, & Finance, 4(2), 33-44.

Volpe, R. P., & Schenck, N. A. (2008). Small Business Lending Environment in Emerging Economies: A Comparison of Brazil and Russia. Journal of International Business Research, 7(2), 13-30.

 

WORKING PAPERS

Salotti, V., Schenck, N.A. and Thornton, J. (2014) The Decline of Franchise Values during the 2008 Financial Crisis: Were Thrifts the Biggest Losers? Working paper.

Schenck, N. and Thornton, J. (2014).  The Dynamic Study of Non-Performing Loans and Business Lending Standards: Bank Size Effect. Working paper.

Schenck, N. A (2012). Understanding Information Flow Between Interconnected Markets: Generalized Langevin Process Approach. Working paper.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS


  • Eastern Finance Association Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, April, 2014
  • Southern Finance Association Conference in Puerto Rico, November, 2013
  • FMA Conference in Chicago, IL, October, 2013
  • Eastern Finance Association Conference, St-Pete Beach, FL, April, 2013
  • Midwest Finance Association Conference, Chicago, IL, March, 2013
  • FMA Conference in Atlanta, GA. October, 2012
  • Midwest Finance Association Conference, New Orleans, LA, February, 2012
  • Finalist for the Dean's Best Paper Award, Kent State University, 2012 and 2013

Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Kent State University, Kent, OH

FIN46068 Financial Management of Commercial Banks (1 semester)
FIN36053 Business Finance (5 semesters) /Honors (2 semesters)
FIN36059 Investments (2 semesters)

 

Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH

ECON2610 Principles of Microeconomics (5 semesters)
ECON2630 Principles of Macroeconomics (2 semesters)

ECON6900 Basic Economic Analysis/MBA (2 semesters)

FIN3720 Business Finance (1 semester)

 

St.-Petersburg Naval Engineering College, St-Petersburg, Russia

Calculus, Algebra, Statistics/Probability Theory (4 semesters/multiple sections)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

LOAN REVIEW SPECIALIST (CG-11-TERM) - JUNE 2010-AUGUST 2010
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Columbus, OH, Field Office
Review commercial loan portfolio and assign loan risk ratings during bank examinations

PORTFOLIO MANAGER- NOVEMBER 2006-JUNE 2010
First Place Bank, Business Financial Services, Warren, OH
Conduct Large Commercial Relationship reviews
Commercial Real Estate and Commercial and Industrial loan portfolios
Transition to Special Assets or Collections; Troubled Debt Restructuring
Portfolio reports, commercial property inspections

SENIOR CREDIT ANALYST- NOVEMBER 2005- NOVEMBER 2006
First Place Bank, Business Financial Services, Boardman, OH
Evaluated the credit risks of commercial clients through financial statement analysis, industry analysis, collateral valuations, cash flow and debt service

PORTFOLIO SPECIALIST – FEBRUARY 1999-NOVEMBER 2005
Mahoning Valley Economic Development Corporation, Youngstown, OH
Managed business loan portfolio with over $30 million in total assets
Annual, quarterly and monthly reporting to Federal, State and local governmental agencies
Developed and maintained business loan portfolio database

 



Natalya Schenck
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Department of Finance
CONTACT INFO
nschenck@kent.edu