GGU Law and Ageno School of Business are offering a joint class “Corporate Compliance and Ethics”

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GGU Law and Ageno School of Business are offering a joint class “Corporate Compliance and Ethics”

For the first time, the finance department at the Ageno School of Business and the GGU School of Law are offering a joint class titled “Corporate Compliance and Ethics” (FI 498I). The class will be composed of half law students and half MS in Finance students and co-taught by a finance professor and a law professor:

 

Yvette Hollingsworth Clark, the finance professor, is Executive VP and Regulatory Innovation Officer at Wells Fargo. She has been with Wells Fargo for 6 years in multiple roles in risk management and compliance. Prior to Wells Fargo, Yvette held positions with Barclay’s Bank, Citigroup and The Federal Reserve. She earned an MBA from Syracuse University.

 

 

 

Yvette Hollingsworth Clark, MBA

 

 

Michele Neitz, the law professor, currently teaches Business Associations, Poverty Law, and Legal Ethics at the Golden Gate University School of Law. She received her J.D. from New York University.

 

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Michele Neitz, JD

 

 

In the wake of recent corporate ethics scandals in the press, this course will help students flesh out their understanding and practice of risk management techniques within a corporation.

If you are a student or simply want to learn more about the course, please contact Andrea Anthony, Finance and Economics Department Chair & Associate Professor of Finance.

Registration for the course is now open!

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