Private Finance vs. Public Finance:
Latest Developments and the Impact of the Internet
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The Penn & Wharton Club of Arizona and Turnaround Management Association present Professor David Musto, Finance Chair at The Wharton School.
Join us for an engaging discussion with Dr. David Musto, who will be speaking about the latest developments in the private and public financial markets. Dr. Musto will discuss the JOBS act and how this has helped private companies raise equity and also ease the path to the public markets. He will also discuss the major impact the Internet has had on the financial markets (e.g. crowdfunding, peer to peer lending) and how companies have been evaluating the decision to go public or stay private.
David K. Musto is the Ronald O. Perelman Professor in Finance and Chair of the Finance Department at the Wharton School, where he has been on the faculty since 1995. He has a B.A. from Yale University and a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, and between college and graduate school he worked for Roll and Ross Asset Management in Culver City, CA. Most of his work, both theoretical and empirical, is in the area of consumer financial services, mutual funds and consumer credit in particular. He has also published work on corporate and political voting, option pricing, short selling, and cross-border taxation.
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