Larry Katzen, businessman and former partner at Arthur Anderson will speak at the Edward Jones Dean’s Breakfast Series at the John Cook School of Business on Thursday, Dec. 7.
The presentation, “The Collapse of Anderson: So, Who Was Really at Fault?” will be held in the Anheuser Busch Auditorium at Cook Hall and will begin with a networking breakfast at 7:30 am.
Katzen is the author of And You Thought Accountants Were Boring? My Life Inside Arthur Andersen. He has alsorecently worked with a script writer in creating a film script about the Enron debacle and resulting blame game that ruined Arthur Andersen.
There is no cost to attend, but registration is required. The event includes a networking breakfast, the presentation and parking in the University’s Olive/Compton Garage, 3338 Olive Blvd., or Laclede Garage, 3642 Laclede Ave. A complimentary parking ticket will be provided for non-SLU guests at the registration table.