Ann Logue

Lecturer in finance, College of Business Administration

Biography

Ann Logue. Photo: Jenny Fontaine/UIC Office of Public Affairs (click on image for larger file size)

Ann Logue — Photo: Jenny Fontaine

As a lecturer, Ann Logue offers students a straightforward view of finance and perhaps the chance to become a socially responsible investor. A freelance writer and consulting analyst, she has a particular interest in regulatory issues and corporate governance.

The author of “Emerging Markets for Dummies,”  “Socially Responsible Investing for Dummies,”  “Day Trading for Dummies”  and “Hedge Funds for Dummies,” she has written for Barron’s, InvestHedge, Newsweek Japan, and Businessweek Chicago, among other publications.

As an editor and ghostwriter, she worked on a book published by the International Monetary Fund and another by a Wall Street currency strategiest.

Her current career follows 12 years of experience as an investment analyst. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University, an MBA from the University of Chicago and Chartered Financial Analyst designation.

Subject areas:

  • General personal finance topics
  • Emerging markets
  • Socially responsible investing

Contact Information

loguea@uic.edu

312-996-2980

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