Todd Jenkins
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public Administration

Todd L Jenkins is a financial services executive and has held senior level responsibilities at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Ernst & Young and Citigroup. He has 20 years of domestic and international business advisory and consulting experience in the area of risk management and regulatory compliance and has assisted banks, broker/dealers, fund and insurance companies in evaluating and enhancing their compliance program effectiveness. Much of his work has been assisting organizations in evaluating programs that have been cited by regulatory agencies, from which he has built perspectives on practical program implementations. Mr. Jenkins has worked with senior leaders and clients based in the US, Europe, South America, Asia and Africa, where the risk paradigms and management styles for doing business differ dramatically from one region to the next. His clients have included BlackRock, Citigroup, Freddie Mac, Goldman Sachs, Hong Kong Monetary Authority, IBM, and Morgan Stanley. Mr. Jenkins is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) and holds a BS in Finance from Seton Hall University, and a MPA in Public Finance from The Wagner School at New York University.

Semester Course
Spring 2010 UPADM-GP.0225.001 The International Financial System: Can it be Regulated?

This course provides a system-wide view in a U.S. context and in a comparative international context of the vital, but poorly understood, topic of regulatory compliance. Subjects investigated will range from individual firm compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley and the U.S. Patriot Act to public officials' struggle to design effective mechanisms to regulate hedge funds and other complex financial instruments and institutions. The course will survey the key areas of compliance and risk and focus on industry issues and regulatory oversight by the regulatory agencies relative to the types of services provided primarily by financial institutions. Examples of regulatory examinations, compliance breakdowns, regulatory sanctions and remediation orders will be reviewed. The course will also examine a methodology for implementing and maintaining a compliance and risk program.


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Spring 2009 UPADM-GP.0225.001 The International Financial System: Can it be Regulated?

This course provides a system-wide view in a U.S. context and in a comparative international context of the vital, but poorly understood, topic of regulatory compliance. Subjects investigated will range from individual firm compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley and the U.S. Patriot Act to public officials' struggle to design effective mechanisms to regulate hedge funds and other complex financial instruments and institutions. The course will survey the key areas of compliance and risk and focus on industry issues and regulatory oversight by the regulatory agencies relative to the types of services provided primarily by financial institutions. Examples of regulatory examinations, compliance breakdowns, regulatory sanctions and remediation orders will be reviewed. The course will also examine a methodology for implementing and maintaining a compliance and risk program.


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Spring 2008 UPADM-GP.0225.001 The International Financial System: Can it be Regulated?

This course provides a system-wide view in a U.S. context and in a comparative international context of the vital, but poorly understood, topic of regulatory compliance. Subjects investigated will range from individual firm compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley and the U.S. Patriot Act to public officials' struggle to design effective mechanisms to regulate hedge funds and other complex financial instruments and institutions. The course will survey the key areas of compliance and risk and focus on industry issues and regulatory oversight by the regulatory agencies relative to the types of services provided primarily by financial institutions. Examples of regulatory examinations, compliance breakdowns, regulatory sanctions and remediation orders will be reviewed. The course will also examine a methodology for implementing and maintaining a compliance and risk program.


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