The keynotes by Frank Partnoy reflect his extensive knowledge and experience in the realm of modern finance and financial market regulation. Considered one of the world's leading experts in finance-related issues and debates, Partnoy's resume includes positions as an author, trader and law professor.
After completing his undergraduate studies at the University of Kansas, he went on to complete his JD at Yale University, graduating in 1989. He then took a position at Morgan Stanley as a derivatives structurer, followed by a two year stint as a lawyer at Covington & Burling.. In 1997, he became a faculty member at the USD School of Law.
In addition to this, Partnoy also authored a number of highly regarded books including 'Wait: the Art and Science of Delay' and his most popular book 'F.I.A.S.C.O.: Blood in the Water on Wall Street.' Keynotes by Frank Partnoy demonstrate why he is regarded by many as the father of modern finance.