CUNY Distinguished Professor
School of Public Affairs
One Bernard Baruch Way, Box B4-297
New York, NY 10010
Office Location: 55 Lexington Avenue, Room B4-297
Phone: 646 312-3839
Fax: 646 312-4441
Ned Regan is a Professor at Baruch College in the City University of New York (CUNY) and teaches at the University Honors College on civic and economic issues affecting New York City. He is a consultant to the chairman of the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), working on a project with the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) to create a global set of high-quality financial reporting standards. He is a member of the Research Advisory Council of the proxy advisory firm, Glass Lewis. He is active in many civic organizations such as the Council on Foreign Relations, the Committee for Economic Development (CED) and the New York Economic Club, and serves as the public member of the NYS Society of CPA’s Professional Ethics Committee.
Mr. Regan, a lawyer, was president of Baruch College, served as The New York State Comptroller (the state’s chief auditor, accounting standard setter, and sole trustee of its $150 billion pension fund) for over 15 years, was chairman of the NYC Municipal Assistance Corporation (MAC), the president of the Levy Economic Institute of Bard College, and was a twelve-year trustee of Oppenheimer Mutual Funds. He was a trustee on the Financial Accounting Foundation (FAF) that oversees the FASB and the GASB. He has taught at several universities and served on numerous for-profit and nonprofit boards, frequently as chair of their audit committees.