Financial Education for Securities, Banking, & Insurance Professionals.
GS 810 Financial Institutions
HS 322 The Financial System in the Economy
Richard A. Hinckley, Jr. is an adjunct faculty member at The American College. He received a BA in Mathematics and an MBA in Finance and Decision Science from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and a MSEE in Computer and Information Science from the Moore School of the University of Pennsylvania.
He has been a guest lecturer at the Fox Graduate School of Business, Temple University, speaking on risk finance issues, and he has taught undergraduate and MBA courses in statistics, finance, and information technology at both Temple and Philadelphia University. He has presented papers at the Insurance Accounting and Statistics Association and Risk and Insurance Management Society conferences on topics ranging from financial reporting to alternative risk transfer mechanisms.
Mr. Hinckley was instrumental in creating the American Express Purchase Protection plan, as well as developing and underwriting other innovative financial risk products including letter of credit alternatives, Internet B2B counterparty risk, healthcare receivables collection risk, residual value insurance, and credit enhancements. He was awarded a patent for developing stochastic financial algorithms as a basis for the healthcare receivables collection risk product.
Mr. Hinckley has been involved in the community in a number of roles, including treasurer of the Wharton Club of Philadelphia, Vice Chairman of Junior Achievement of the Delaware Valley, board member of St. Joseph's University Business School, and as the financial officer of Friends of Penn Track. He has also been a member of the Association for Systems Management and the American Mathematical Association.