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”
For more information about the event, please contact Iiris Sacchet: firstname.lastname@example.org