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Stanford Business: Stimulus money might stimulate insider trading

A study co-authored by Alan Jagolinzer, Professor of Financial Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, found that “politically connected shareholders cashed in with suspiciously well-timed trades during the 2008 federal bailout.” The study examined trades made by officers and directors…

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Levelling up

More equal societies can mitigate crisis risk, says keynote speaker at annual Risk Summit of the Centre for Risk Studies. Governments should act "more as an insurer" by seeking more equitable societies rather than simply responding to crises, the CEO…

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Market integrity

Study on insider trading is relevant to coronavirus bailouts. The last big economic bailout in the United States was the $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Plan (TARP) enacted during the financial crisis in 2008. That package is now dwarfed by…

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The New York Times: U.S. SEC’s Clayton says companies seeking bailouts must disclose plans, communicate with investors

A research on insider trading co-authored by Jagolinzer, Professor of Financial Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in the article. The study suggests white-collar prosecutors and defence attorneys will be busy following big U.S. coronavirus economic stimulus package.…

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Reuters: U.S. corporate crisis bailouts may prove bonanza for insider trading

A study on insider trading co-authored by Alan Jagolinzer, Professor of Financial Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, suggests white-collar prosecutors and defence attorneys will be busy following big U.S. coronavirus economic stimulus package. Read the full article [reuters.com]…

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Bloomberg: Now there’s a mortgage crisis too

A research about the last financial crisis co-authored by Alan Jagolinzer, Professor of Financial Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in Bloomberg article. The study analysed the trading of corporate insiders at leading financial institutions during the 2007…

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Future-Proof: Addressing recruitment and retention woes

Alan Jagolinzer, Professor of Financial Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses mental health issues with traditional US career recruitment in accounting and the need to foster and train creativity and disruption in the profession. “The accounting and finance profession…

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The New York Times: Epstein estate’s first legal bill in fight against accusers: $90,000

Alan Jagolinzer, Professor of Financial Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on financial issues involved in a legal battle surrounding the estate of the late Jeffrey Epstein. Professor Jagolinzer said it raises “way too many questions” as it is…

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Market Watch: Opinion: Cannabis stock investors should pay attention to this potential threat to share prices

A study looking at a cannabis accounting case by Alan Jagolinzer, Professor of Financial Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, is mentioned in the article. The case study looks at accounting practices in the marijuana industry, and was co-authored with…

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Effective engagement

Investor engagement on environmental, social and governance issues were examined at a conference organised by the Centre for Endowment Asset Management at Cambridge Judge and Principles for Responsible Investing. How can investment practitioners engage on environmental, social and governance (ESG)…

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