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Karla Johnstone-Zehms

Since 2002, when Congress passed the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (widely known as SOX) in the wake of several high-profile corporate accounting scandals, the size of companies’ internal audit... Read More

Brian Geier

Each week during our first year, Corporate Finance and Investment Banking students have the opportunity to hear finance professionals speak about a wide variety of topics that help students prepare... Read More

Todd Bailey

Nicholas Center for Corporate Finance and Investment Banking alumnus and board member John Hulbert spoke to our first-year class about his experiences as senior director of investor relations at... Read More

Youchang Wu

Two common phenomena in the mutual fund industry have long puzzled scholars of finance. The first is the overwhelming predominance of open-end funds, which allow shareholders to buy shares or redeem... Read More