Daniel R. Siciliano

Senior Lecturer, Lee Business School
Expertise: Managerial Accounting, Financial Accounting, Cost Accounting, Corporate Finance, Audit Management


Daniel "Danny" Siciliano brings 20 years of industry experience in corporate finance, accounting, and audit planning and reporting to his role as senior lecturer in UNLV's Department of Accounting. 

Prior to joining UNLV, Siciliano served as senior vice president of Treasury and Corporate Finance at International Game Technology, where he designed and executed significant capital market transactions. Siciliano also managed audits in the gaming, real estate, banking, and nonprofit sectors as an audit manager at Deloitte.

Siciliano teaches financial, managerial, and cost accounting courses, and leads the university's accounting internship program. He's also coached student teams to first-place wins at prestigious national accounting competitions. Most recently, UNLV accounting students won first place at the Institute of Management Accountants annual National Student Case Competition for the third year in a row.


  • M.B.A., Finance, UNLV
  • B.S.B.A., Accounting, UNLV

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Las Vegas Review Journal
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Accounting Today
Two teams representing the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Lee Business School and its department of accounting competed in the final round of the Institute of Management Accountants' annual National Student Case Competition in Indianapolis on June 17, and one of them ultimately won the competition.
The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants has announced that students from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas have earned first place in the 2014 AICPA Accounting Competition. Their top finish in the competition earned a $5,000 award for their school.