Paul Serluco

Assistant Dean
Professor: Managerial Economics

Paul Serluco

Paul Serluco is a corporate money manager with over thirty years of experience in the finance function. As a Business Manager with the Boeing Company, he had primary responsibility for developing and managing multiple billion dollar U.S. Department of Defense contracts.

Before launching Arrant Management Group, he was Chief Financial Officer and General Manager of a $15 million a year award-winning financial publications firm in Orlando, Florida. In this position, he managed all financial operations including SEC reporting, budgeting, forecasting and investor relations, as well as administrative functions. He was also instrumental in raising capital for the firm. Paul has also co-authored two books (Public School Emergency Preparedness and Crisis Management Plan—published by Roman and Littlefield and Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC)—The Definitive Guide to Completing the OMB Exhibit 300—published by Government Horizons, Inc.) and has written numerous articles in support of Homeland Security publications.

Paul holds an MA and BBA in Economics and Finance from Temple University and a Program Management Certification from the Defense Systems Management College.

Read Paul’s Faculty Profile on Winning.