Nathan Marshall is an Assistant Professor in the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado Boulder. His research explores the intersection of financial accounting and the capital markets. Specifically, Nathan is interested in the forces that shape information flows and financial reporting; how information intermediaries affect the capital markets; and the causes and consequences of litigation. Prior to beginning his academic career, Nathan was a manager at the litigation consulting firm The Kenrich Group in Chicago, Illinois. He worked as a litigation consultant for six years, primarily calculating and quantifying corporate damages from contractual disputes. Nathan also worked as a credit analyst for Standard Federal Bank prior to his consulting work. Nathan is a certified public accountant in the State of Illinois.
Nathan currently teaches Principles of Accounting and Finance (BCOR 2002) in the Leeds School of Business.