Double wins for Notre Dame Investment Club
Students Jack Viscuso (BBA ’25), Jack Wayman (BBA ’25) and Ellie Wyshner (BBA ’25) took first in the Undergraduate Stock Pitch Challenge at Cornell University’s SC Johnson College of Business.
Peter Easton testifies in ongoing trial of FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried
University of Notre Dame Accountancy Professor Peter Easton was hired by the U.S. Department of Justice to provide a detailed analysis of the exchange of billions of dollars between FTX and its sister hedge fund, Alameda Research.
Accounting expert accuses Sam Bankman-Fried’s FTX of mishandling customer deposits
Peter Easton, accountancy professor at the University of Notre Dame, testified at the ongoing trial against fallen crypto tycoon Sam Bankman-Fried. Investing.com covered Easton’s analysis which showed a significant discrepancy between FTX’s user deposits and bank balances.
Judge in Sam Bankman-Fried trial reams out lawyers for having witnesses ‘hauled up here’ from across the country without much to say
Business Insider referenced testimony Peter Easton, accountancy professor at Mendoza College of Business, gave on his analysis of FTX and Alameda's finances.
The mystery of FTX’s missing $9 billion unraveled at SBF trial
Peter Easton, an accounting professor at the University of Notre Dame, said in a Bloomberg Law article that $11.3 billion in FTX customer funds were supposed to be held at Alameda Research, but only $2.3 billion were actually in its bank accounts.
Time is on management’s side when addressing material weaknesses in financial reporting, study shows
Research from Andrew Imdieke finds that time is the best indicator for success when remediating material weaknesses in internal controls.
Expert opinions: Best savings accounts
Michal Zator, assistant professor of finance, was asked for his expert position in a Wallet Hub article about the best savings accounts.
The accountant shortage is showing up in financial statements
“This is an economic shock where larger companies are not able to fill these roles as opposed to choosing not to fill these roles,” said Andrew Imdieke, an assistant professor of accounting at the University of Notre Dame.
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Study finds that people who work hard for their money are less likely to risk their earnings
A fascinating new study shines a light on this intriguing correlation, challenging long-standing assumptions and broadening our understanding of the dynamics between effort, earnings, and risk tolerance.
Investors overvalue companies that align with presidential policies – and their mistakes leave money on the table
Finance researcher Zhi Da analyzed how presidential politics affects the performance of individual stocks, especially those that could benefit or be hurt by a president’s policies.