Booth and Deutsche Bank Form Academic Partnership

The Booth School of Business and Deutsche Bank announced a multi-year academic partnership Tuesday aimed at strengthening education related to risk management and financial regulation. As part of the relationship, Deutsche Bank will fund a new speakers series for Chicago Booth MBA students as well as a new summer conference for PhD students.

The “Risk and Regulation in Financial Markets” speaker series will kick off with Douglas Diamond, the Merton H. Miller Distinguished Service Professor of Finance, on Feb. 9, 2010, at Chicago Booth’s Harper Center. The event will be open to students and selected guests of Chicago Booth.

The new PhD program will consist of a multi-day summer conference focused on the regulation of financial markets which is designed to complement the current PhD curriculum. The program will be open to PhD students and invited junior faculty from the top business schools.

“This partnership will enable Chicago Booth to strengthen its leadership position in risk management and financial regulation,” said dean Edward Snyder in a statement. “We are delighted to deepen our close ties with Deutsche Bank, which provide great benefits to our students and alumni.”

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