I started to teach about 20 years ago when I was still a PhD student at Boston College. Between 1998 and 2001, I taught undergraduate modules in Statistics and Money, Credit, and Banking at Boston College, and an MSc course in Investments at Brandeis University. After a long spell at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta where the President of the Atlanta Fed was my only student, I resumed teaching in 2010 at EDHEC Business School, where I delivered an MSc module on Financial Modeling. After leaving the Atlanta Fed, I engaged in teaching at all levels at Imperial College London, University of Rome Tor Vergata, University of Georgia, and University of Warwick. At an undergraduate level, I taught Financial Institutions and Markets and Financial Econometrics; at an MSc level, I taught Mathematical Finance, Financial Market Models, Quantitative Methods for Finance and Financial Management, Modeling for Banks and Insurers; and at a PhD level, I delivered modules on Asset Pricing, Econometrics, Financial Econometrics, and Practice of Financial Research. Finally, I taught Financial Management and Accounting & Financial Management at an executive MBA level at the University of Warwick.