The University of Chicago Booth School of Business announced plans to partner with Deutsche Bank in an effort designed to expand risk management and financial regulation.

Through the partnership, Deutsche Bank will fund the creation of a new series of guest lectures for Chicago Booth MBA students, as well as a new summer conference for PhD students.

The guest lecture series will start on February 9th, with Douglas Diamond, professor of finance and visiting scholar at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. The event will be open to Booth MBA students and selected guests, and be held at Booth's Harper Center.

For more information, please see Booth's website

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