Crimson President Anthony Ferrari named to MIT’s Golub Center for Finance & Policy Advisory Board

By September 27, 2019 March 12th, 2021 No Comments

• September 2019

Managed by MIT Sloan’s Finance Group under the leadership of Deborah Lucas (director); Edward Golding (executive director); and co-directors Andrew Lo (Head of Risk Initiatives), Nobel Laureate Robert Merton and Jonathan Parker (Head of Consumer Financial Policy Initiatives); the Golub Center is a MIT-wide multidisciplinary initiative and one of the leading research centers of its kind in the world.

The mission of the MIT Golub Center is to serve as a catalyst for innovative, cross-disciplinary and non-partisan research and educational initiatives that address the unique challenges facing governments in their role as financial institutions and regulators of the financial system. Research initiatives supported by MIT’s Golub Center are organized into three main tracks: 1/ Regulation of Financial Markets and Institutions, 2/ Measurement and Management of Risk, and 3/ Evaluation and Management of Government Financial Institutions.

Anthony Ferrari is also the current Chair of the Advisory Board for Cornell University/Tech CPIP, the leading academic center for the study of infrastructure policy, investing & technology in the world. And Visiting Scholar at Stanford University’s Global Projects Center.