Zarb at 50 (3): Presentation by Stella M. Mendes, Distinguished Alumna

This year, Hofstra University is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its recognition of the business school as a distinct entity within the University, hence “Zarb at 50.” One of the anniversary events comprised well-attended videotaped presentations by President Rabinowitz and five distinguished alumni, followed by a reception.

We are making the videos available in three ways: (1) We are posting 6 separate videos over the next couple of weeks that are divided by speaker. (2) At the Hofstra YouTube channel, a special playlist with each of the separate presentations is available. Click here. (3) At the Hofstra YouTube channel is the entire 1.5 hour event in one video. Click here.

Today, we are highlighting the presentation by Ms. Stella M. Mendes, a Hofstra alumna with a BS in Professional Studies, who is managing director at FTI Consulting based in New York. Ms. Mendes has more than 25 years of diverse banking industry experience and is a leader in FTI’s bank regulation and governance practice. Since joining FTI, she has led numerous reviews for banks, money service businesses, and other financial service providers. Ms. Mendes has established and enhanced many policies, procedures, and processes to ensure compliance with regulations and has led several compliance “look-back” reviews. She also provides advisory services on regulatory responses, anti-money laundering training to banks and other financial services firms, and gives webinars on regulatory compliance best practices.


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  1. Pingback: Zarb at 50: All Video Clips | Zarb Means Business

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