Conference with Fahmi Quadir, a Short Seller, Entrepreneur and Netflix Star
CFA France and the S&O Institute are happy to invite you to their conference with Fahmi Quadir on the theme “ Frauds in Capital Markets: The Role of Short Sellers” on January 26th 7 p.m. in Paris, at the Station F (5 Parv. Alan Turing, 75013 Paris).
Frauds in Capital Markets: The Role of Short Sellers
Orchestrated by Luc Paugam, Associate Professor at HEC Paris Accounting Department and CFA charterholder, the event will be preceded by an academic workshop with the S&O Institute Research Community.
3.30 p.m. to 6.00 p.m.: Workshop with 3 paper presentations by HEC Professors:
Julien JOURDAN, “From organizational Misconduct to Corporate Scandal: An Empirical Study Of Dieselgate”
Guillaume VUILLEMEY, “The Origins of Limited Liability: Catering to SafetyDemand with Investors’ Irresponsibility”
Albert MENSAH: “Do Banks Learn from Activist Short Sellers? Evidence from Loan Pricing”
7.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m.: Conference with Fahmi Quadir on “Frauds in Capital Markets, the Role of Short Sellers”.
Fahmi Quadir is the founder and chief investment officer of Safkhet Capital - a New York based short-only hedge fund focused on fraud identification and deep forensic research, which she founded in 2017. Previously, Quadir managed short investments at Krensavage Asset Management, where she played a pivotal role in successfully shorting Valeant Pharmaceuticals during a bull market.
Quadir appears in the Netflix series “Dirty Money” and “Skandal! Bringing Down Wirecard”
She was listed on Forbes 30 under 30 in 2018.
For more information about the event, please contact Iiris Sacchet: email@example.com