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Andrew S. Pedersen, MBA


Marketing and International Business
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Andrew S. Pedersen, MBA

Professor Pedersen has worked in the banking, manufacturing and publishing industries during his professional career.  After completion of his MBA in Finance from New York University’s Stern Business School, he continued a career in banking and helped oversee the eventual merger of Chemical Bank into JP Morgan Chase. 

He served for ten years as the CFO and then president of a privately held textile manufacturing company called Frank Ix and Sons which employed 1,500 people and wove synthetic filament yarns based in New York, Virginia, North Carolina and Six Mike Bridge, Ireland.

In the latter part of his career he worked another fifteen years in publishing for The New York Times and Vanity Fair magazine as well as serving as consultant and special advisor to several publications including The Nation, National Review, Congressional Quarterly, Fast Company, The New Republic and Financial Advisor magazine. 

He is currently an advisory member of a British based firm, Oxford Analytica, which provides geo-political risk and macro-economic advisory services to both public and private institutions around the world. The firm has offices in New York, Paris, Washington D.C. and Oxford, England.


MBA, New York University

BA, Montclair State College