Andy Fastow, former CFO of Enron, is a great speaker for any organization hoping to teach their employees and affiliates about business ethics, following government regulations, and avoiding fraud.

Fastow has learned from his mistakes at Enron firsthand and now shares his harrowing experience with a variety of audiences, including business schools, accounting firms, and more.

If you are interested in booking Andy Fastow to give the audience food for thought at your next event, feel free to contact AAE for fees and availability.

Andy Fastow delivers a keynote via webcast at Ivey Business School in Ontario, Canada. 

Andrew “Andy” Fastow was the Chief Financial Officer for Enron at the time of their corporate fraud scandal. After spending six years in prison on charges of fraud, money laundering, and conspiracy, Fastow began to give lectures about business ethics, corporate governance, and avoiding fraud.

Since his release in December 2011, Fastow has become a popular guest speaker at universities and business schools nationwide, and an expert financial speaker for any audience wanting to learn about ethics or catching fraudulent practices.

In addition to numerous corporations and accounting firms around the world, Fastow has keynoted at the UN’s Principles of Responsible Management Conference, as well as the FBI’s Advanced Financial Crimes Seminar.

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