The 92-Year-Old Woman Who Is Still Shaking Up Wall Street
Wall Street Journal, 12/2/2017
Most people measure patience in hours, weeks or months. Tamar Frankel measures it in decades. Ms. Frankel, a law professor at Boston University, is the intellectual godmother of the fiduciary rule, a regulation from the U.S. Department of Labor requiring anyone being paid to provide investment advice … Read more
The award honors a lawyer whose work has had a significant impact on women, the legal community, and the academy.
Professor of Law and Michaels Faculty Research Scholar Tamar Frankel has been selected to receive the Ruth Bader Ginsburg Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Association of Law School’s (AALS) Section on Women in Legal Education. … Read more.
2014 Tamar Frankel Fiduciary Prize receives joint appointment
MIT Sloan School of Management and the MIT Media Lab today announce the joint appointment of Gary Gensler as Senior Advisor to the Director of the Media Lab and Senior Lecturer, MIT Sloan School of Management. … Read more.
Exclusive Interview with Tamar Frankel: DOL Should Return to ERISA’s Original Definition of Fiduciary
Fiduciary News, 7/23/2017
Just days ago, The Institute for the Fiduciary Standard announced Robert A. G. Monks as the first winner of the Frankel Fiduciary Prize. According to the press release issued by the Institute, the Frankel Fiduciary Prize, named for Professor Tamar Frankel, the Michaels Faculty Research Scholar at the Boston University School of Law, was established to acknowledge individuals who have made significant contributions to the preservation and advancement of fiduciary principles in public life. We are honored to feature Professor Frankel in this month’s FiduciaryNews.com Exclusive Interview. … Read More.
Professor Tamar Frankel and Law Reviews
March 2, 2017
Tamar Frankel, Professor of Law at Boston University School of Law, explains the importance of student-edited law journals and her choice to publish with the University of Bologna Law Review. View here.
Examining the Ponzi Scheme Through the Mind of the Con Artist
New York Times, 8/20/2012
Maybe “Ponzi scheme” should have its own spot in the Dewey Decimal System. Along with biographies of the schemers, a growing stack of scholarly references, legal tomes and articles aims to collect knowledge about this age-old crime. … Read more.
Lawyer Limelight: Tamar Frankel
On Oct. 29, Boston University School of Law is honoring law professor Tamar Frankel with a conference on The Role of Fiduciary Law and Trust in the 21st Century. … Read More.
Top Woman in Wealth 2010
Think Advisor, 2010
One of Wealth Manager’s 50 Top Women in Wealth for 2010, Tamar Frankel has been in demand for decades as a top scholar in fiduciary law—perhaps never more than this past year, however, as the debate over whether brokers who provide advice should have fiduciary duty to their clients. … Read more.
Struggling Over a Rule for Brokers
New York Times, 2/16/2010
While most of the debate about financial overhaul legislation has focused on the impact on how big banks do business, one piece that would affect consumers directly has received little public notice: a requirement that stock and insurance brokers act in their customers’ best interest. … Read more.
The Buck Starts Here: Professor Tamar Frankel on Ponzi Schemes
Boston University, 3/25/2009
On March 25, 2009, BU Law professor Tamar Frankel discussed Ponzi schemes as a part of The Buck Starts Here series. View Here.
Lawyers Are Warned on Mutual Fund Roles
New York Times, 12/5/2003
Regulators may soon open a new front in their investigation of possible wrongdoing at mutual funds, focusing on the role of lawyers who represent them, a senior Securities and Exchange Commission official said yesterday. … Read More.
Fiduciary Thinker: Scholar Tamar Frankel
Think Advisor, 8/6/2010
Scholar Tamar Frankel leads the way on fiduciary law. One of Wealth Manager’s 50 Top Women in Wealth for 2010, Tamar Frankel has been in demand for decades as a top scholar in fiduciary law–perhaps never more than this past year, however, as the debate continues over whether brokers who provide advice should have fiduciary duty to their clients. Read More.