Senior Lecturer in the Practice of Management
David M. Cromwell comes to the Yale School of Management with 30 years of work experience at JPMorgan & Co., Inc. on Wall Street, as well as in London. His expertise includes international and domestic commercial banking, financial analysis, international and U.S. securities research, corporate finance, mergers & acquisitions, venture capital and private equity investments. For six years, Professor Cromwell served as the president and CEO of JPMorgan Capital Corporation, the bank's private equity investment group. During his tenure there, JPMorgan invested nearly $1 billion in the equity of 80+ private companies. These investments showed an annual realized internal rate of return of 32%.
Professor Cromwell has won the Yale SOM Alumni Association's "Teacher of the Year" award four times.