Researcher biography

Mark Tanner is an Associate Lecturer in Finance and the Coordinator for the Bachelor of Advance Finance & Economics Committee, at UQ Business School.

He is an active practitioner, consultant, and researcher in the areas of risk aversion, financial risk tolerance, financial planning, personal finance, investments, financial modelling, financial risk management, and the creation of shareholder value.

He is well known in industry for his work in helping to establish the Bachelor of Advance Finance & Economics with Prof. Stephen Gray. Mark teaches a range of award and executive education courses in financial management, investments, and corporate finance at UQ Business School. His teaching has been recognised by the award of a UQ Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning.

He has an Honours degree in Commerce and degree in Economics from the University of Queensland.

He is an active and passionate member of the UQ Alumni Community having served as an Alumni Ambassador on the Brisbane Council of the UQ, Faculty of Business, Economics and Law - Alumni Ambassador Council.