Associate Clinical Professor
Eugene Cantor retired in 2015 after 31 years of federal service to return to his alma mater the University of Maryland to teach on a full-time basis. He served 25 years as an attorney with the Securities & Corporate Practices Division of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, an office of the United States Treasury Department. He also served as an investigative auditor with the former General Accounting Office, as an attorney with the United States Securities & Exchange Commission and as a legal honors intern with the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Cantor also practiced tax and corporate law with a Miami law firm and was the general counsel of a regional Miami-based investment banking firm. He has been a member of the University of Maryland adjunct faculty for the past ten years, teaching courses in federal income taxation and financial and managerial accounting in Maryland’s undergraduate, EMBA AND OMBA programs. He is a member of the Florida Bar and a Maryland CPA. He received the Krowe Teaching Excellence Award for the 2006-2007 academic year and has received Top 15% or teaching recognition awards every hear he has taught at Maryland. He also received the highest level teaching recognition award as an adjunct faculty member at University of Maryland, University College, where he taught prior to joining Maryland’s adjunct faculty.
Online MBA Course Offerings:
The Impact of Taxation on Business Entities