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Graduate School of Business
Class of 1968 Building, Room C101
Join us for a lunch discussion with Professor Frank Partnoy, co-author of What’s Inside America’s Banks? (featured in The Atlantic) and author of F.I.A.S.C.O.: Blood in the Water on Wall Street. Hear his insights about market regulation, the inside scoop on Wells Fargo, and more!
RSVP here by Monday, November 21. Lunch will be provided. Space is limited.
This event is hosted by the Finance and Society Interdisciplinary Visitor Program, bringing the nation’s leading academics and practitioners to Stanford University to discuss the complex and interacting forces that impact finance and society.
Co-sponsored by the Stanford Graduate School of Business and Stanford Rock Center for Corporate Governance
About Frank Partnoy
George E. Barrett Professor of Law and Finance, University of San Diego Professor
Frank Partnoy is the founding director of the Center for Corporate and Securities Law at the University of San Diego. An expert on the complexities of modern finance and financial market regulation, he the author of several books and numerous scholarly articles about the culture of banking, ethics, disclosure, and governance, as well as recent academic work on shareholder activism, financial regulation, and the role of the corporation in society.
Professor Partnoy also has written dozens of essays for publications including The Atlantic, The New York Times, and the Financial Times. Professor Partnoy has testified as an expert before both houses of Congress. During the 1990s, he worked as a derivatives structurer at Morgan Stanley and CS First Boston and wrote F.I.A.S.C.O.: Blood in the Water on Wall Street, a best-selling book about his experiences there. His most recent book is WAIT: The Art and Science of Delay.