Val Myteberi holds a Masters in Laws with a concentration in corporate law from Cardozo School of Law. She is the Program Director of The Samuel and Ronnie Heyman Center on Coporate Governance. Val is in charge of developing domestic and international programs, externships and events both scholarly and industry-focused, increasing exposure to and engagement with contemporary banking, corporate and securities laws. She identifies research topics for the center and provides comprehensive reports in conjunction with new banking regulations and regulatory agency proposals.
As a senior fellow of the center, Val has conducted extensive research and analysis on new comprehensive financial reform regulations in the U.S., UK and the EU with a special focus on: systemic risk, prudential supervision, expansion of agency enforcement powers and supervisory regimes after the Dodd-Frank Act, Basel III requirements, and FSA directives. Val works on an international scale and across academic, research, diplomatic and non-governmental partners, acting as a persuasive advocate for the center’s priorities, organizing symposiums, colloquiums and conferences with top professionals in various areas of the law. She maintains media relationships and responds to expert inquiries.
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