Stephen Sholty is an assistant professor and member of the clinical finance faculty at Walsh College. He teaches finance classes and a treasury management course for undergraduate and graduate students and manages the Walsh College Finance Lab.
Mr. Sholty spent most of his corporate career as a treasury manager with Ford Motor Credit Company and Ford Motor Company where he managed and marketed commercial paper and medium-term note programs to institutional investors throughout North America. He has been registered and served as a securities representative, a securities principal and a financial and operations principal.
Mr. Sholty received a B. A. degree from Michigan State University with a major in Spanish and as a result of attending classes at the University of Madrid, he has a professional working proficiency in the Spanish language. He received his M. B. A. degree in finance from Wayne State University and began working for Ford Export Corporation shortly thereafter.
Mr. Sholty began teaching as an adjunct instructor at Walsh College from 1982 to 1985 and returned to adjunct instruction at Walsh College in 2008. He is a Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) and is a member of the Detroit Treasury Management Association and the Association for Financial Professionals.
Last updated: October 2013