Dr. Gereon Hillert
Dr. Gereon Hillert is a manager in the Valuation, Modeling & Economics department at Ernst & Young in Munich. Mr. Hillert specializes in company valuations on various occasions as well as the modeling of complex financial relationships.
He studied business administration in Germany, Canada and Chile and did his doctorate on a topic in the field of company information and company valuation at the Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich.
Further, Mr. Hillert is a lecturer at Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich and teaches the courses “Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation” and “Introduction to Machine Learning in Finance and Accounting” at the Munich International Summer University. He is interested in research and practical development in the areas of financial modeling, data analysis and business intelligence in transaction advisory.
At MBS: Lecturer for Corporate Finance and Portfolio Management, International Financial Management
Programs: Master International Business
Focus: Corporate Finance, Financial Management, Machine learning in finance and accounting, Mergers and Acquisitions
Hillert, G. (2019): Qualitative and quantitative invormation in corporate disclosures, Dissertation, München 2019.
Sellhorn, Th., Hillert, G., Menacher, J. (2019): Automatisierte Textanalyse für Bewertungszwecke und Portfolioentscheidungen, in: Digitalisierung und Unternehmensbewertung (Hrsg. Ballwieser, Wolfgang/Hachmeister, Dirk), Stuttgart: Schäffer-Poeschel-Verlag, S. 119-148.
Hillert, G., Woltschläger, A. (2019): Operating leverage and learning from peer investment, working paper.