Nayana Reiter is an Assistant Professor of Accounting at the University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management. Through both her studies and work experience in investor relations, Nayana became interested in the interactions between firms and capital market participants. Her research has focused on the role of disclosure in domestic as well as international capital markets, and whether effective communication can create more visibility and understanding, resulting in positive outcomes for firms. She is also interested in understanding the role of financial reporting quality and shareholder base composition in complex and dynamic settings, such as the banking industry.
Assistant Professor of Accounting, University of Toronto
Investor Relations, SLC Agricola, S.A.
Selected Publications - Papers
Investor Communication and the Benefits of Cross-Listing
Journal of Accounting and Economics
Information Overload and Disclosure Smoothing
Kimball L. Chapman, Nayana Reiter, Hal D. White and Christopher D. Williams
Review of Accounting Studies
Research and Teaching Interests
Financial Accounting; Corporate Disclosure; Investor Communication; Cross-Listings; Capital Markets Regulation; Institutional Holdings
Honors and Awards
Connaught New Researcher Award, University of Toronto
FARS Excellence in Reviewing Award, American Accounting Association
Rotman School of Management Teaching Award, University of Toronto