Professor Maillet brings strong strategy, general management, and finance backgrounds to the McIntire School of Commerce, as well as international expertise, having worked for nearly 20 years in the global financial services industry as an investment banker, business manager, and private equity investor. Professor Maillet spent the early part of his J.P. Morgan banking career in New York and San Francisco and then spent nearly 10 years living and working in Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Singapore. His experience in mergers and acquisitions, public and private debt and equity financing, and general financial advisory spans a wide range of industries, including real estate, telecommunications, information technology, financial services, energy, and transportation. In addition to his transaction experience, Professor Maillet served as both Asia-Pacific COO and global information technology business manager, developing expertise in management, strategic planning, and business innovation. Professor Maillet’s experience in private equity investing focused on IT-driven opportunities across a variety of industries.

Since joining the McIntire School faculty in 2005, Professor Maillet has deepened his expertise in the global context of business, focusing on the social, ecological, technological, and geopolitical issues shaping our rapidly evolving world. His studies and teaching explore the complexities and challenges of the international business environment, with a particular emphasis on sustainable development and the future of global capitalism.

Professor Maillet teaches two courses that reflect his areas of expertise: Foundations of Global Commerce, which provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the global business landscape, and Reimagining Global Capitalism, which critically examines the challenges facing our current economic system and explores innovative solutions for a more sustainable and equitable future.

In addition to his teaching and scholarly pursuits, Professor Maillet plays a key leadership role in advancing McIntire's global initiatives. As the School's Executive Director for Global Strategy, he oversees the development and implementation of international programs and partnerships. He also serves as the Director of the McIntire Center for Global Commerce, a hub for education, inquiry, and engagement on issues related to global business and economic development.