Peter York joined the Fisher College of Business in 2023 as an adjunct professor. He teaches Corporate Restructuring and Bankruptcy.  Peter joined Fisher after a 30+ year banking career having spent the past 21 years as a Managing Director at JPMorgan Securities.  Peter's focus was on secured bank lending in the global debt capital markets, specifically leading JPMorgan's Global Investment Banking, Syndicated, Asset-Based Lending product.

Peter is also a competitive age group triathlete and is ranked All-American and All-World Athlete.  Peter has competed at numerous national championships, three world championships and will be racing for Team USA at the ITU World Championships in Spain in Sept 2023.

Peter lives in Columbus with his wife.

Areas of Expertise:

Debt Capital Markets

Corporate Bankruptcy

Leveraged Buyout Finance


FINRA Series 7, 24 & 63

AICPA (non-active)


BUSFIN 7213/4213 - Corporate Restructuring and Bankruptcy

The course is particularly useful to students interested in a corporate finance career within a public or private company, in a career in investment banking, or in corporate consulting. The course relies extensively on the case discussion approach as the method of learning.


BSBA Fisher College of Business


  • BUSFIN 7210 - Corporate Financing

    Advanced valuation skills and theories and applications in capital structure and security issuance. Prereq or concur: MBA 6223, or enrollment in SMB-Finance program.