Dr. Kevin K. Boeh was previously a Visiting Scholar the U. of Washington Foster School of Business. Boeh joined UF after UW and seven years at PLU (Associate Professor of Finance and founder of the MSF Program). Dr. Boeh is an experienced investment banker and management consultant. After his B.A. in Economics from Colorado College, he worked in management consulting for both A.T. Kearney and Accenture. He completed his M.B.A. at UCLA and moved to a career on Wall Street. His investment banking experience includes over 100 successful strategic advisory, public and private corporate finance, and M&A clients for which he has raised over $6B (US), and completed over $5B (US) in M&A transactions. After collecting a couple of million frequent flier miles, he returned to academia for a Ph.D. Dr. Boeh’s research involves the intersection of corporate finance and corporate strategy with an international emphasis. He currently serves on the boards of directors of two private companies, runs a venture investment fund, and is on the investment advisory board of the (~$1.5B) Tacoma Employee Retirement Fund.


Corporate finance, IPOs, M&A, investment banking, international business


  • PHD – Ivey Business School, Western University (f/k/a U. Western Ontario), 2008
  • MBA – UCLA, Anderson School, 1996
  • BA – Colorado College, Economics, 1990