Mr. Greaney, Director of ESOP Administration Services for Equity Expansion International, is a Certified Public Accountant with over 15 years of experience assisting ESOP companies to comply with the vast array of federal and state ESOP regulations. He designs and implements accounting systems, and has audited profit and non-profit organizations throughout the world with the American Red Cross, Georgetown University Medical Center, and the U.S. Federal Election Commission. Mr. Greaney developed a state-of-the-art accounting and administration manual for the Alexandria Tire Company ESOP in Egypt, the first ESOP in the developing world. This manual was used as a template for ESOP privatizations in the transforming economies of Eastern Europe. Mr. Greaney, who computerized EEI’s ESOP allocation process, has performed financial projections and feasibility analyses for ESOPs. He has also performed financial reviews of overseas privatization projects.
Mr. Greaney serves as Secretary and executive committee member for the Center for Economic and Social Justice, as well as CESJ’s Director of Research. Mr. Greaney, who has authored numerous articles on expanded ownership, money and credit, and social development, was a contributing author and the associate editor of the book, Curing World Poverty: The New Role of Property, published in 1994 by the Social Justice Review in collaboration with the Center for Economic and Social Justice. Mr. Greaney received his B.B.A. in Accounting from the University of Notre Dame in 1977 and his M.B.A. from the University of Evansville in 1979.