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Robert Brant Hammer, M.S.

304-293-7889rhammer1@mail.wvu.edu214Business and Economics Building


Robert Brant Hammer, M.S.

Teaching Assistant Professor


Robert Hammer earned his undergraduate degree in finance at West Virginia University and his M.S. Finance degree at West Virginia University. Prior to joining WVU full time, he spent 8+ years in industry, primarily banking and consulting, while also working as an adjunct finance faculty member for WVU. His specialties and areas of interest include business valuation, corporate finance, banking and disruptive financial technology, credit risk management, portfolio management system design, and bitcoin. He is a member of The Risk Management Association (

Robert Hammer has taught courses in financial institutions, corporate finance, personal financial planning, business valuation, macroeconomics, business finance, and financial technology. His teaching spans the undergraduate and masters levels. He serves on the finance undergraduate and MBA programs curriculum committees.


• M.S., Finance, West Virginia University • B.S., Finance, West Virginia University

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