Robert S. Khuzami was the Deputy U.S. Attorney for the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York until March 22, 2019. He previously was a United States federal prosecutor and Assistant United States Attorney for the office, and a former director of the Division of Enforcement of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. He was previously a partner at law firm Kirkland & Ellis. and general counsel of Deutsche Bank AG. Khuzami graduated from the University of Rochester (BA), and Boston University (JD).
Don Clark is a former FBI Special agent who did a parallel investigation into the stock fraud allegations of “EagleTech” and called it “the stepping stone case in stock fraud investigations.” He was convinced the case produced enough evidence needed to prove there is a real-time organized crime syndicate working and operating currently within Wall Street.
Bill Majcher is a highly experienced professional with 35 years combined experience in public service, international finance, and capital markets. Mr. Majcher started his career as a Eurobond trader in London, England. He later used this experience over a 23 year career with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), where Mr. Majcher enjoyed remarkable success in covert and public market investigations that often saw him working with law enforcement, intelligence, and securities regulators from around the globe.
Robert Morris Morgenthau (July 31, 1919 – July 21, 2019) From 1975 until his retirement in 2009, Mr. Morgenthau was the District Attorney for New York County (the borough of Manhattan), having previously served as United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York throughout much of the 1960s on the appointment of John F. Kennedy. After graduating high school, Morgenthau enlisted in the United States Navy, serving for four and a half years during World War II. He attained the final rank of lieutenant commander, and served as the executive officer of both the USS Lansdale and the USS Harry F. Bauer. After the war, Morgenthau studied law, graduating from Yale Law School in 1948. He joined the New York law firm of Patterson, Belknap & Webb, becoming a partner in 1954.
Sean X. McKessy is an attorney for Phillips & Cohen. He was the first Chief of the SEC Office of the Whistleblower. Mr. McKessy helped establish the processes the office follows and the policies that guide the SEC whistleblower program. His office assessed and reviewed whistleblower tips, evaluated whistleblower award claims and made whistleblower award recommendations to the Commission.
Carl T. Hagberg is the chairman and CEO of Carl T. Hagberg & Associates. The company was formed in January, 2014 to separate our fast-growing business of providing highly qualified Independent Inspectors of Election from our consulting and publishing businesses. The company publishes The Shareholder Service OPTIMIZER − a quarterly newsletter that helps readers to understand and implement “best practices” in a fast-changing environment − and to get the most value possible out of their investor relations and shareholder servicing budgets.
David Weild is Founder, Chairman and CEO of Weild & Co. The studies that he co-authored have documented the long-term decline in equity capital formation in the United States and provided the core arguments that gave rise to the JOBS Act and many of the specific provisions contained in the JOBS Act. For these reasons, he has been called “The father of the JOBS Act.” The work has been cited by a broad range of legislators, regulators, academics, the IPO Task Force and the White House Jobs Council leading up to the JOBS Act. David has testified in Congress (most recently in June 2013) and at the SEC (most recently at the Roundtable on Decimalization) on these and other market issues and attended the signing of the JOBS Act by President Obama in the Rose Garden on April 5, 2012.