UC Berkeley hosts an intimate discussion in New York City of the critical issues, technologies, and policies that drive financial fraud around the world.
Berkeley’s annual “Fraud Fest” program brings together thought leaders from the worlds of academia, finance, journalism, law, and more for an intimate discussion on the critical issues, technologies, and policies driving financial fraud around the world. Our 2019 symposium brought over 200 experts and practitioners to the Bay Area and we look forward to continuing the conversation with you in New York in 2020!
Confirmed speakers for 2020 include:
- Anat Admati, Stanford School of Business
- Randy Baron, Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP
- Carson Block, Muddy Waters
- Jim Chanos, Kynikos Associates
- David Enrich, New York Times, author of Dark Towers
- Maureen Farrell, Wall Street Journal, co-author of forthcoming book about WeWork
- Daniel Fischel, Compass Lexecon and former Dean, University of Chicago Law School
- Herb Greenberg, Pacific Square Research
- Diana Henriques, author of The Wizard of Lies
- Robert Jackson, NYU School of Law and former SEC Commissioner
- Cory Johnson, entrepreneur, investor and journalist
- Michele Johnson, Latham & Watkins
- Erika Kelton, Phillips & Cohen
- Matt Levine, Bloomberg
- Linette Lopez, Business Insider
- Omeed Malik, Farvahar Partners
- Bethany McLean, author of The Smartest Guys in the Room
- Andi McNeal, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
- Michael Osnato, Simpson Thacher
- Frank Partnoy, University of California, Berkeley
- Fahmi Quadir, Safkhet Capital
- The Honorable Jed S. Rakoff, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
- Steven Davidoff Solomon, University of California, Berkeley
- Jordan Thomas, Labaton Sucharow
- Alexandra Wrage, TRACE
Thank you to our generous co-sponsors for making this event possible:
Finance professionals and attorneys who want to explore the latest issues, technologies, and policies driving financial fraud around the world.
An intimate discussion of the critical issues, technologies, and policies that drive financial fraud around the world.
Thursday, May 21, 2020
The program fee is $750 per person with a pre-sale of $500 until March 31, 2020. Proceeds will be used by UC Berkeley to build a new institute for the study of financial fraud. Discounts will also be available for alumni and scholarships are available for students.
Space is limited, so we encourage you to register early.
California and New York MCLE credit pending approval.