Why financial analysts are providing inadequate scrutiny of fraudulent CEOs

As FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried is convicted for perpetrating "one of the biggest financial frauds in US history", research finds analysts are often blinded by the "truth bias".

by Jane Simms


- Dishonest, egregious and often illegal deception is more pervasive in CEO communications than many might expect

- Financial analysts – especially the most highly-regarded – are providing inadequate scrutiny and challenge.

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