Daniel Rivetti

Daniel Rivetti
Phone: (619) 260-4844
Office: Olin Hall 312

Associate Professor of Finance

  • DBA, Kent State University, Finance and International Business
  • BS, The Pennsylvania State University, Finance

Daniel A. Rivetti is an associate professor of finance in the University of San Diego School of Business. As an international finance consultant, with expertise in real estate financing, he directed all funding activities for the largest private investment along the U.S. and Mexican border. He established a first and second floor lending arrangement with Banamex and Bancomext respectively for Matrix Aeronautica S.A.de C.V. This project resulted in the largest heavy jet repair facility in Latin America.

His consulting experience includes the use of real option theory and has utilized state of the art derivative instruments for one of the largest Crown Corporations in Canada, Ontario Power Generation. He has served on two publicly listed board of directors: (BHBC) Beverly Hills Bancorp (assets sold to Mitsubishi and Sanwa Banks) and (TGRA) Tigera Group. Rivetti created a special purpose corporation for Rohr to facilitate the sale and refurbishment of Boeing 727 aircraft to primarily Latin American customers. Currently Rivetti serves on the board of directors for Polexis, where he helped arrange an Imperial Bank (U.S.) led management LBO.

He has published numerous international and corporate finance articles, which have been featured in publications including the Global Watch Report, Academy of Information and Management Science Journal, Real Estate Business, International Real Estate Journal, International Property Report and the Journal of Buyouts and Acquisitions. Along with Yiu K. Li and Mark C. Chan, he is the co-author of Money Maker for Windows: A Guide for Investors.

Selected Publications

  • Rivetti, D., Worzala, E. (2003) An Investigation of the Credit Tenant Characteristics of Department of Defense Contractors, The Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management, 9(2).
  • Rivetti, D., Scheider, G., Bruton, C. (2000) Enterprise Resource Planning Software as an Organizing Theme for MBA Curricula, Academy of Educational Leadership Journal.