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STEVEN L. SCHWARCZDuke Law SchoolBox 90360Durham, N.C. 27708(919) 613-7060(919) 613-7231 (fax)e-mail: schwarcz@law.duke.eduLAW TEACHINGStanley A. Star Distinguished Professor of Law & Business, Duke UniversitySchool of Law, since 2004; Professor of Law, 1996-2004 (teaching coursescovering commercial law, bankruptcy and insolvency law, corporatereorganization, securitization and structured finance, financial regulation andsystemic risk, and international finance and capital markets).Distinguished Visiting Professor, University College London (UCL) Faculty ofLaws (Spring 2018).Leverhulme Visiting Professor of Law, University of Oxford (Fall 2010).Founding Director, Duke University Global Capital Markets Center; FacultyDirector, 1997- 2002 and Co-Academic Director since 2006.Professor of Business Administration (Adjunct), Fuqua School of Business, DukeUniversity, January 2001-August 2004; Stanley A. Star Professor of Law &Business since that date.Visiting Professor, University of Geneva Faculty of Law, 2001-2009(May-June), teaching advanced U.S. business law courses in the Master ofAdvanced Studies in Business Law Programme.Senior Fellow, The University of Melbourne Law School, spring 2004.Visiting Lecturer, Yale Law School, 1992-96, teaching courses in commerciallaw, bankruptcy and finance.Lecturer in Law, Columbia Law School, 1993-96, teaching courses in corporatereorganization, bankruptcy and structured finance.Adjunct Professor of Law, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, YeshivaUniversity, 1983-92, teaching seminars in bankruptcy and corporatereorganization.Teaching Fellow in Property Law, Columbia Law School, 1974.resume-SLS

2LAW PRACTICEPartner and Chairman of Structured Finance Practice Group, Kaye, Scholer,Fierman, Hays & Handler (now Kaye Scholer LLP), New York, 1989-96,concentrating in asset securitization; structured, corporate, and internationalfinance; bankruptcy and corporate reorganization; and secured lending. Alsopartner in charge of the firm’s training program in domestic and internationalfinance. Special Counsel July 1996-May 2004; Special Consultant June 2004through June 2007.Partner, Shearman & Sterling, New York, 1983-89, concentrating in corporateand international finance, securitization, bankruptcy, corporate reorganization,commercial transactions and secured lending; associate, 1974-82.Member of the New York Bar since 1975, registration no. 1419241.EDUCATIONColumbia University School of Law, 1974, J.D.Research Assistant, Legislative Drafting Research Fund, 1972-74;Chairman, Environmental Law Council, 1973-74.New York University School of Engineering and Science, 1971, B.S., SummaCum Laude, Aeronautics and Astronautics.Graduated number one in class (3.94/4.00). First prize, 1971, SandhamPublic Speaking Contest (the University’s public speaking contest).George Granger Brown Scholar. Tau Beta Pi (national engineering honorsociety—engineering equivalent of Phi Beta Kappa in liberal arts). SigmaGamma Tau (national aeronautical engineering honor society).Ranked number one in high school. Skipped senior year to begin collegeearly on full academic scholarship. Declined invitation to begin collegeafter sophomore year. While in high school, co-founded an “amateurrocket society” which built and launched the first non-governmentalsatellite, memorabilia of which were acquired by the Smithsonian NationalAir and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. (these rocket exploits werefeatured on American Public Media’s “The Story,” Jan. 9, 2008, programarchived at ence; andrebroadcast on Aug. 12, 2008, in a “Best of The Story” series).resume-SLS

3PROFESSIONAL HONORSFellow, American College of Bankruptcy.Fellow (and during 2008-09, also a Regent), American College of CommercialFinance Lawyers.Founding Member, International Insolvency Institute.Senior Fellow, the Centre for International Governance Innovation (“CIGI”)(since October 2014).Liberty Fellowship, University of Leeds School of Law (Spring 2021).MacCormick Visiting Fellow, The University of Edinburgh Law School (MayJune 2019).Distinguished Visiting Professorship, University College London (UCL) Facultyof Laws (Spring 2018).Appointed to the P.R.I.M.E. Finance “Panel of Recognized International MarketExperts in Finance” (August 2017; this international panel, headquartered in TheHague Peace Palace, comprises 150 “of the most senior people in the financialmarkets” and has the mission of “foster[ing] a more stable global economy andfinancial marketplace by reducing legal uncertainty and systemic risk”).Recognized in University of Chicago Professor BRIAN LEITER’S LAW SCHOOLREPORTS (August 17, 2018) as the second most-cited of the “Ten Most-CitedCommercial Law scholars in U.S., 2013-2017 (including contracts andbankruptcy).” See 17.html. Additionally, recognized inBRIAN LEITER’S LAW SCHOOL REPORTS (May 25, 2016) as the second most-citedof the “Ten Most-Cited Faculty in Commercial Law (including contracts andbankruptcy), 2010-2014 (inclusive).” See Address, University of New South Wales (UNSW) (August 26,2020).TePoel Lecture/Keynote Address to 2020 Creighton Law Review Symposium,Creighton University School of Law (February 21, 2020).Appointed as Distinguished Honorary Professor, University of Durham LawSchool (2019) (and presentation of the Law School’s Honorary ProfessorshipInaugural Lecture, May 28, 2019).resume-SLS

4Radboud University Nijmegen Distinguished Financial Law Lecture (May 23,2019).Keynote Address, Sustainable Finance Roundtable, University College LondonFaculty of Laws (November 8, 2018).Distinguished Fellow, University of Michigan Law School (September 21-22,2018, “Soft Law in International Insolvency and Commercial Law” conference).Distinguished Visiting Professorship Lecture, University College London Facultyof Laws (May 10, 2018).CLC Lecture, Harris Manchester College (Oxon) (May 9, 2018).Annual SICCL Lecture, The University of Sheffield School of Law (April 25,2018).The Hamburg Lecture in Law and Economics, University of Hamburg (April 18,2018).Distinguished Public Lecture, University of Copenhagen Faculty of Law (April16, 2018).Inaugural Lecture, Distinguished Visitor Public Lecture Series, TrinityCollege Dublin School of Law (March 20, 2018).3CL Travers Smith Seminar, University of Cambridge Faculty of Law (March 13,2018).EURO-CEFG Distinguished Lecture on Economic and Financial Governance,Erasmus University Rotterdam (March 8, 2018).Selected by the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law toformally present my paper, “A Proposal for UNCITRAL Research: A Model-lawApproach to Sovereign Debt Restructuring,” at its 50th anniversary Congress (July2017, in Vienna).Hazelhoff Guest Lecture, Leiden University (December 14, 2016); also, LeidenUniversity held an invitation-only “Rondetafelgesprek” (roundtable) on my worksponsored by the Hazelhoff Centre for Financial Law and attended by financiallaw scholars and senior representatives of government and industry.Keynote Speaker, Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Symposium,University of Durham, England (and co-sponsored by Newcastle University)(September 26, 2016). This speech was subsequently published at 72 BUSINESSLAWYER 409 (2017).resume-SLS

5Keynote Speaker, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, symposium on“Complying with Law: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue” (delayed; originallyscheduled for September 23, 2016).Distinguished Fellow, Centre for Financial Regulation and EconomicDevelopment, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (since August 2016).Keynote Speaker, National Business Law Scholars Conference, The University ofChicago Law School (June 23, 2016).14th AIIFL Distinguished Public Lecture, “Securitisation and Post-CrisisFinancial Regulation,” The University of Hong Kong (June 2, 2016).Speech, “Managing Systemic Risk: An American View,” Woodrow WilsonInternational Center for Scholars, May 17, 2016.Keynote Speaker, University of Minnesota, Minnesota Journal of InternationalLaw Symposium (25th Volume Celebration, March 30, 2016; the KeynoteAddress itself was published in that 25th volume, at 311-20).Appointed as Adjunct Professor 2016-2019, Shanghai University of InternationalBusiness and Economics.Distinguished Public Lecture on Corporate Governance, University of Florence(November 20, 2015).Twenty of my articles translated into Chinese and published as Collection ofArticles Written by Professor Steven L. Schwarcz on Financial Innovation andRegulation [金融创新与监管前沿文集(jin rong chuang xin yu jian guan qian yanwen ji)] (Shanghai Far East Publishers 2015; Professor Gao Lingyun, et al.,translators).Peer-review selected speech, “Sovereign Debt Restructuring: A Model-LawApproach,” Columbia University conference on “Sovereign Debt Restructuring”(September 22, 2015).Keynote Reflections, University of Georgia School of Law, Law ReviewSymposium on “Financial Regulation: Reflections and Projections” (March 20,2015).Fred L. Carhart Memorial Lecture, Ohio Northern University Pettit College ofLaw (February 2015).resume-SLS

6Distinguished Senior Expert Advisor, China Securitization Forum (since October2014; and de facto senior advisor prior to that date (see 4 14 967.aspx)).Visiting Fellow, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat Munchen (LMU) Center forAdvanced Studies, June 29-July 5, 2014.Public Lecture, Queen Mary University of London, on “The GovernanceStructure of Shadow Banking: Rethinking Assumptions About Limited Liability”(June 25, 2014).Public Lecture, London School of Economics and Political Science, on “TheFunctional Regulation of Finance” (June 25, 2014).Keynote Address, University of St. Thomas School of Law conference, “BeyondCrises-Driven Regulation–Initiatives for Sustainable Financial Regulation” (April10, 2014).Public Lecture, Queen Mary University of London, on “Ring-Fencing” (June 28,2013).“Featured Speaker,” University of Iowa College of Law conference, “FiscalReform, Monetization, or Default: How Will the US Solve the Problem of itsNational Debt?” (April 13, 2013). Podcast is available Address, American University Washington College of Law symposium,“Transactional Lawyering: Theory, Practice, & Pedagogy,” co-sponsored byAmerican University Business Law Review (April 5, 2013).Appointed as Honorary Director of the Financial Law and Policy Center ofShanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU)’s KoGuan Law School (since December2012).Appointed as Guest Professor of Law 2013-2016 and as Adjunct Professor 20162019, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics (formerlyShanghai Institute of Foreign Trade).Keynote Speaker, Peking University Economic Law Lectures (December 11,2012).Firestarter and Expert, World Economic Forum, Industry Partnership StrategiesMeeting 2012 (October 3, 2012).Framing Address, Berle IV Symposium, “Rethinking Financial Markets,”University College London (June 14, 2012).resume-SLS

7Inaugural Address, Boston University Review of Banking & Financial LawInaugural Symposium (February 24, 2012).Speaker, Penn Program on Regulation Risk Regulation Seminar Series (a jointprogram of the University of Pennsylvania Law School and The Wharton Schoolof the University of Pennsylvania) (January 24, 2012).The Roberta Mitchell Lecture, Capital University Law School (October 28, 2011).Keynote Address, European Central Bank conference, Regulation of FinancialServices in the EU (October 20, 2011) (for conference details, l/reg fs.en.html).International Insolvency Institute creates a “Schwarcz Collection” library ofarticles on its website, ewcategory/653.html.Keynote Speech, “Identifying and Managing Systemic Risk: An Assessment ofOur Progress,” at George Mason University AGEP Advanced Policy Institute onFinancial Services Regulation (March 10, 2011).The 2011 Diane Sanger Memorial Lecture, “Protecting Investors in SecuritizationTransactions: Does Dodd-Frank Help, or Hurt?,” at Georgetown University LawCenter (March 28, 2011). This Lecture was funded by the Sanger family andpresented under the auspices of the SEC Historical Society, a non-profitorganization, independent of the SEC, which shares, preserves, and advancesknowledge of the history of financial regulation (see Dialogue Series Address, “Ex Ante Versus Ex Post Approaches toFinancial Regulation,” Chapman University School of Law (January 28, 2011).This talk also served as the Keynote Address of The Chapman Law Review 2011Symposium on The Future of Financial Regulation.Leverhulme Visiting Professorship, University of Oxford (Michaelmas Term2010).Leverhulme Lectures 2010, University of Oxford (Nov. 9, 10, and 11, 2010).Distinguished Public Lecture, The National Assembly of the Republic of Korea(April 30, 2010).Distinguished Guest Lecture, Industrial Bank of Korea (April 29, 2010).Distinguished Public Lecture, Korean Financial Supervisory Service (April 28,2010).resume-SLS

8Keynote Plenary Address, 2010 Annual Conference, Corporate Law TeachersAssociation of Australia, New Zealand, and Asia-Pacific (February 8, 2010).Keynote Speaker, New York Law School Law Review symposium on Fear,Fraud, and the Future of Financial Regulation (April 24, 2009).In the July 11, 2009 THE hard posner/2009/07/the role of the law schools in the recovery from the current depression.php), Judge RichardPosner said (emphasis added) that “with a few notable exceptions, such as LucianBebchuk, Edward Morrison, and Steven Schwarcz, academic lawyers (andBebchuk and Morrison have Ph.Ds in economics, as well as law degrees) havenot made a contribution to the understanding and resolution of thecurrent economic crisis, even though it bristles with legal questions.”Keynote Speaker, New York University School of Law and Journal of Law andBusiness, Symposium on Modernizing Financial Regulatory Structure (February20, 2009).“Featured Speaker,” ABA Section of Business Law Annual Leadership Meeting(January 17, 2009).Inaugural Georgetown Law Journal Author Lecture (November 3, 2008).Keynote Speaker, University of South Carolina, Law Review symposium on thesubprime mortgage crisis (October 24, 2008).2008 Roy R. Ray Lecture, Southern Methodist University, Dedman School ofLaw.Distinguished Speaker (in Series), Corporate Governance Center, The Universityof Tennessee, 2008.Business Law Advisor to the American Bar Association Section on Business Law,2007-09; Continuing Advisor since 2009. Also, member of ABA Business LawSection Coordinating Task Force on Financial Markets and Institutions (since2009).Academic Advisor to the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland on thesubprime mortgage crisis (2007).Keynote Speaker, 2004 Annual Conference, Corporate Law Teachers Associationof Australia and New Zealand.Senior Fellow, The University of Melbourne Law School (spring 2004).resume-SLS

9Parsons Visitor, University of Sydney Law Faculty (spring 2004).National University of Singapore “Public Lecture” (2004).Keynote Speaker, Asian Securitisation Forum (2004, New Delhi).4th AIIFL Distinguished Public Lecture, “Intermediary Risk in GlobalFinancial Markets,” The University of Hong Kong (2002).Keynote Speaker, Moody’s Corporation Annual Global ManagementOffsite (2002).Keynote Speaker, National Economics Research Association (NERA)annual meeting (2002).1996 Benjamin Weintraub Distinguished Professorship Lecture, HofstraUniversity School of Law.FACULTY WORKSHOPS AND SIMILAR SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONSHave given faculty workshops or similar scholarly presentations at Yale LawSchool, University of Pennsylvania Law School, University of Michigan LawSchool, The University of Chicago Law School, Harvard Law School, StanfordLaw School, Georgetown University Law Center, Vanderbilt University LawSchool, UCLA School of Law, Washington University School of Law (St. Louis),Boston College Law School, University of Florence (Italy), Temple University,James E. Beasley School of Law, University of North Carolina School of Law,Chapel Hill, University of Illinois College of Law, Washington and LeeUniversity School of Law, University of Iowa College of Law, The University ofGeorgia School of Law, American University—Washington College of Law,University of Alabama School of Law, The University of Melbourne Law School,the University of Sydney Faculty of Law, Monash University Law School,National University of Singapore, Victoria University Centre for InternationalCorporate Governance Research, The University of Tennessee College of Lawand College of Business Administration, George Mason University School ofLaw, Wake Forest University (School of Law and Babcock School ofManagement), Florida State University College of Law, The University ofRichmond School of Law, University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law,William & Mary, Emory Law School, Notre Dame Law School, SouthernMethodist University Dedman School of Law, The University of Hong Kong,Faculté de droit de l’Université de Genève (through the Centre for Banking &Financial Law), The George Washington University Law School, The CatholicUniversity of America Columbus School of Law, Syracuse University College ofLaw, Georgia State University School of Law, Western Ontario Universityresume-SLS

10Faculty of Law, Duke University (numerous School of Law faculty workshops;Fuqua School of Business Finance Workshops; Duke Finance & Law Workshop;Globalization, Equity & Democratic Governance University Seminar; and GlobalCapital Markets Center Interdisciplinary Workshops), The Wharton School of theUniversity of Pennsylvania, Cornell Law School, University of CaliforniaBerkeley School of Law, University of California Hastings College of Law,University of California Davis School of Law, The University of Arizona JamesE. Rogers College of Law, Elon University School of Law, Campbell UniversitySchool of Law, Bocconi University, Hongik University, Korea Institute ofFinance, Samsung Economic Research Institute, and Seoul National University(joint faculty seminar for Law School and Economics Department, hosted bySNU Institute for Research in Finance and Economics), University of Manchester,Queen Mary University of London, University of Cambridge Faculty of Law,University College London Faculty of Laws, London School of Economics andPolitical Science, Oxford-Man Institute at the University of Oxford, The GlobalEconomic Governance Programme at University College of the University ofOxford, the University of Oxford Faculty of Law, University of Edinburgh,Leiden University, University of Zurich Institute of Law(Rechtswissenschaftliches Institute), University of Zurich Centre for FinancialRegulation, The University of Tokyo, University of Bonn, Max Planck Institute(MPI) for Research on Collective Goods, Ohio Northern University Pettit Collegeof Law, Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) KoGuan Law School, ShanghaiInstitute of Foreign Trade (SIFT), Shanghai University of International Businessand Economics (SUIBE) School of Law, Fudan University School of Law, ChinaUniversity of Politics and Law (CUPL), Peking University Law School, TsinghuaUniversity School of Law, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, University ofNottingham School of Law, The University of Sheffield School of Law,University of Warwick School of Law, University of Glasgow School of Law,University of Copenhagen, University of Hamburg, Humboldt University ofBerlin, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Radboud University Nijmegen, theEuropean Research Centre for Economic and Financial Governance, GoetheUniversity Frankfurt, University of New South Wales, Trinity College Dublin.Have moderated or lectured in scholarly and policy-oriented programs at theEuropean University Institute, the European Central Bank, the World EconomicForum, the Centre for Corporate and Commercial Law (3CL) of the University ofCambridge, the Centre for Commercial Law Studies of the University of London,the University of Toronto, Australian National University, The University ofMelbourne, the University of Sydney, The University of Tokyo, the RoyalInstitute of International Affairs (Chatham House), Ludwig-MaximiliansUniversitat Munchen (LMU) Center for Advanced Studies, the Centre forInternational Governance Innovation (CIGI), Leiden University, CatholicUniversity of Chile (co-sponsored by the Ministry of Finance of Chile), TheUniversity of Auckland Research Centre for Business Law, National Universityof Singapore Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Asia Institute of InternationalFinancial Law (Distinguished Visitor), Stanford Law School, University ofresume-SLS

11Edinburgh Law School, the Asia-America Institute in Transnational Law at TheUniversity of Hong Kong, the University of Michigan Law School, the AmericanSecuritization Forum, the University of Durham, the Asian Securitisation Forum,University of St. Thomas School of Law, University of Delhi Faculty ofManagement Studies, Georgetown University School of Law, Columbia LawSchool, Columbia University Initiative for Policy Dialogue, Columbia UniversityRichard Paul Richman Center for Business, Law, and Public Policy, ColumbiaLaw School Center for Law and Economic Studies, The University of ChicagoLaw School, The George Washington University Law School, University ofMinnesota Law School, the University of Wisconsin Law School, theInternational Insolvency Institute, Brooklyn Law School, Rutgers University LawSchool, Chapman University, University of Colorado School of Law, The AspenInstitute Business and Society Program, the American Conference Institute, theAssociation of American Law Schools (AALS), the American Law andEconomics Association (ALEA), University of Connecticut, The FederalistSociety, The Association of the Bar of the City of New York, the Heyman Centeron Corporate Governance at Cardozo Law School, the United NationsCommission on International Trade Law, the U.S. Department of State, theUniversity of Oxford Banking Forum, the National Conference of BankruptcyJudges, the University of Cincinnati, New York Law School, The University ofGeorgia School of Law, Temple University School of Law, University of IowaCollege of Law, Creighton University School of Law, The Institute for Law andEconomics of the University of Pennsylvania, the Wharton Financial InstitutionsCenter (of the University of Pennsylvania), the Judge Business School(Cambridge University), Queen Mary University of London, University ofCalifornia Berkeley School of Law, University of South Carolina School of Law,the University of Illinois College of Law-American Bankruptcy Institute 2008“Debt” Conference and the University of Illinois College of Law-AmericanBankruptcy Institute 2014 “Symposium on Chapter 11 Reform,” American BarAssociation Section on Business Law, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, TheUniversity of Hong Kong Faculty of Law (Distinguished Public Lecture series),Imperial College London (Brevan Howard Centre for Financial Analysis), TheUniversity of Chicago Booth School of Business (Initiative on Global Markets),the P.R.I.M.E. Finance Foundation, the Financial Markets Lawyers Group(sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York), University of Utah S.J.Quinney College of Law, Inns of the Court—Middle Temple (Barristers’Lecture), The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Radboud University Nijmegen,The Law Society of Hong Kong, Notre Dame Law School, Boston UniversitySchool of Law, University of Texas School of Law, New York University Schoolof Law, Yale Law School, Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission, HongKong Monetary Authority, The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, The EuropeanBanking Institute, the Financial Markets Law Committee (FMLC), the FinancialRisk & Stability Network, University of British Columbia, the InternationalMonetary Fund (IMF), and the International Bank for Reconstruction andDevelopment (The World Bank).resume-SLS

12GOVERNMENT TESTIMONY AND OTHER PUBLIC-INTERESTCONTRIBUTIONSFederal Reserve Bank of New York, Financial Markets Lawyers Group, presentation attheir request of “Central Bank Digital Currencies and Law” (Oct. 1, 2020).Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), advice at its request regarding improving SECRegulation AB and disclosure to facilitate public offerings of residential mortgagebacked securities (RMBS) (Sept. 2020).Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI), serving (since April 2020) as one of five internationalexperts for the IAI’s Research Project on Digital Currency, examining the implications ofdigital currencies’ development on macroeconomics and the structure of financialmarkets. The IAI is a leading independent and non-profit international-relations thinktank.Bankruptcy and COVID-19 Working Group, member of this group and of its LargeCorporate Bankruptcy Scholars Committee of 20 leading bankruptcy scholars (legal andfinance-based) studying, and recommending to Congress (including on May 7, 2020),how the bankruptcy system should be reformed to address the pandemic.Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, comments on its “Minneapolis Plan to End TooBig to Fail” (Dec. 8, 2016), available at 2883143.U.S. Government Accountability Office, advice at its request on the “swaps push-outrule” under section 716 of the Dodd-Frank Act, Sep. 7, 2016.U.S. Financial Stability Oversight Council (“FSOC”) Office of the Independent Member,Washington, DC, presentation at its request on “Perspectives on Regulating SystemicRisk,” Mar. 15, 2016.Member, The Financial Stability Group (since January 2016).Federal Reserve Board and Reserve Bank staff, Washington, DC, presentation at theirrequest on “Regulating Systemic Risk in Insurance,” Oct. 19. 2015.International Insolvency Institute (III), Lead Author and Reporter, Working Group onSovereign Insolvencies (2015).Legislative staff for Sen. Elizabeth Warren, oral advice at the staff’s request on shadowbanking reform, Oct. 13, 2015.Amicus Curiae Brief to the New York Court of Appeals in Ace Securities Corp. v. DBStructured Products, Inc., APL-2014-00156, New York County Clerk’s Index No.650980/12 (brief filed March 2015), also available at 2584516.resume-SLS

13Financial Stability Board (“FSB”), comments on behalf of the Centre for InternationalGovernance Innovation, on the FSB’s September 29, 2014 Consultative Document,“Cross-Border Recognition of Resolution Action,” available .51.pdf.World Bank Insolvency and Creditor/Debtor Regimes (ICR) Global Task Force, Membersince 2014.Department of Finance, Canada (Joan Monahan, General Counsel, and ElizabethWoodman, Senior Project Leader), advice at their request on systemic risk and theDepartment’s August 2014 proposed Capital Markets Stability Act, September 19, 2014.U.S. Government Accountability Office, advice at its request re “GAO Study on Benefitsand Costs of the Dodd-Frank Act,” March 27, 2012 (the resulting published report,FINANCIAL REGULATORY REFORM: FINANCIAL CRISIS LOSSES AND POTENTIAL IMPACTSOF THE DODD-FRANK ACT (Jan. 2013), is available at Bankruptcy Institute, Commission to Study the Reform of Chapter 11, Memberof Advisory Committee on Bankruptcy Remote Entities, Bankruptcy-Proofing, andPublic Policy 2012-2014.Public Service Commission of Maryland, November 9, 2011, expert testimony on ringfencing in connection with Case No. 9271, In the Matter of the Merger of ExelonCorporation and Constellation Energy Group, Inc.European Systemic Risk Board, roundtable advice to the Secretariat of the Board (at therequest of Francesco Mazzaferro, Head of ESRB Secretariat), Oct. 21, 2011.Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Subcommittee on Securities,Insurance, and Investment of the U.S. Senate, written and oral testimony at theCommittee’s request at formal hearing on “The State of the Securitization Markets,” May18, 2011 (testimony available ction Hearings.Testimony&Hearing ID d9a647ee-3af5-4355-ae6c-c3ffb9584fc4&Witness ID 8d3ce989-6498-492d-807784394b67c919) (and also available at 1844407).U.K. Independent Commission on Banking (ICB), oral advice to the Chairman andSecretariat at the request of the Chairman (Sir John Vickers), All Souls College,University of Oxford, Nov 12, 2010.Ministry of Finance, Republic of Chile, oral and written advice on reforming regulationof financial markets to the Ministry’s Commission assessing capital market reform(Macarena Varges and Jorge Andres Tapia R., Secretaries) at the Commission’s request,September 30, 2010.resume-SLS

14Korea Financial Supervisory Service, The National Assembly of Korea LegislativeCounseling Office, Korea Institute of Finance, and Industrial Bank of Korea, oral andwritten advice at their request on global financial crisis-related issues (April 28-30,2010).Subcommittee on Domestic Policy (of the Committee on Oversight and GovernmentReform) of the U.S. House of Representatives, oral advice on bank bailouts toSubcommittee staff member Daryn Burke at his request, July 14, 2009.High Court of New Zealand, expert testimony (with duty to the Court) on the norms ofinternational finance (in BNZ Investments Ltd. v. Comm’r of Inland Revenue, CIV 2006485-1028, Wellington Registry), May 7, 2009.Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs of the U.S. Senate, oraladvice on financial regulatory reform to Counsel and Legislative Assistant for EconomicPolicy Ryan McCormick and other Committee staff members Seth Grossman, JonathanTrayton, and Mary Beth Schulz at their request, Jan. 9, 2009.U.K. High Court of Justice, Chancery Divisi

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Agile software development with Scrum is first introduced with its elements. Next, we use three development process lenses (communication, coordination, and control) to study how Scrum supports each of development processes, how they are related each other, and how they affect the performance of Scrum. In the following section, we analyze Scrum practices from social factor theories (social .