Tindall, Greg

Assistant Professor of Finance






The Marshall E. Rinker, Sr. School of Business

 Dr. Tindall brings rich experience as a CPA whose practice was limited to business valuation, litigation support, and ethics education, the last of which drew him back into academia.  He completed his terminal degree at Florida Atlantic University where he taught several undergraduate courses in finance.  Although he recently joined PBA as a faculty member, he taught his first course in accounting at PBA in 2003.  His research interests are in corporate finance, largely in owner-agent conflicts.  His dissertation focused on corporate policies that have been affected by shareholder proposals discussing climate change at the annual meetings of public companies.  Dr. Tindall has been accepted to present his research at several peer-reviewed conferences both here and abroad, including at the American Finance Association Doctoral Poster, Southern Finance Association, University of Florida Workshop in Applied and Theoretical Economics, Paris Financial Management Conference, European Financial Management Association.  Greg is an alum of St. Ann’s Catholic School and a Friend who attends the Palm Beach Quaker Meeting House in Lake Worth.  He enjoys spending time at the beach with his wife, Caroline, and children, Wilf and Elke.


B.A., Emory University; M.Acc., University of Florida; Ph.D., Florida Atlantic University.

Joined PBA in



Accounting (UG), Finance (UG)