William S. Richardson School of Law, Classroom 2: Honolulu, HI (map)
July 19, 2016 at 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
From the glamorization of greed in The Wolf of Wall Street to the deceptive trading and fraudulent practices in The Big Short, the past cou pie of years illustrate how illicit behavior on Wall Street remains a major concern in the past-Enron era. Come get inside the minds of some of the big perpetrators and examine why large corporations seem to be breeding grounds for fraudulent behavior, and how avarice transforms results, both positively and negatively.
Mary Bitterman — President, Bernard Osher Foundation; Lead Independent Director, Bank of Hawaii
Bernard Osher — Private Investor; Philanthropist (Possible Appearance)
RSVP online here. Free Admission
$6 parking after 4 p.m. on campus