Associate Director and Senior Fellow
Harvard Law School Programs on Corporate Governance and Institutional Investors
- Widespread public ire at “Wall Street” is rooted in a chronic divergence between the expectations of grassroots savers and the mission, productivity, alignment, and performance of the financial industry.
- Advances in managing governance risk at public corporations are now being matched with rising demand to overhaul practices at investing institutions.
- Innovative solutions stand ready to rebuild trust in a market ownership ecosystem for the 21st century.