Dominique JACQUET holds a PhD from Bordeaux University in Management of Innovation. He is a civil engineer (Ecole des Ponts) and got his MBA from INSEAD. He was a finance executive (controller, treasurer, CFO) before joining the academic world. Professeur agrégé des universités, he chaired the Economics & Finance dept. of Ecole des Ponts. Currently, he is an affiliate professor at Africa Business School and HEC Montréal, professor of corporate finance at Collège des Ingénieurs and CEDEP, and teaches on the INSEAD campus, where he has been involved in executive education for 30 years.
Dominique has published articles on the interaction between business strategy and sustainable value creation, and on innovation, R&D, uncertainty and real options thinking in resource allocation.
Dominique has an experience in MBA and executive programs.
He has been teaching the main topic of corporate finance in MBA programs at HEC Montréal, University of Ottawa, IMD, Collège des Ingénieurs and Ponts Business School.
He was also very much involved in program design for large industrial firms (L’Oréal, Valeo, Renault, etc.): company-specific programs for middle and top managers on general management, business development, innovation marketing & finance.
Dominique teaches not only the technical aspects of corporate finance, but also what managers must know of the financial rationality when they take business decisions. His teaching is very transversal.
His teaching blends off-line e-learning and videos, and live webinars to support classroom experience.
Apart from teaching, Dominique is a consultant in financial strategy (financial structure, acquisitions, resource allocation) and an experienced coach for C-level executives.