John Taft Discusses "Finance for the Greater Good" at Wake Forest University

Baird Vice Chairman John Taft spoke at the Wake Forest University School of Business on April 2 about the role that finance should play in advancing the goals of society. Taft noted how ethics, stewardship, and inclusion and diversity are essential ingredients in order for finance to advance society. In addition, he touched on numerous themes highlighted in his books "Stewardship: Lessons Learned from the Lost Culture of Wall Street" and "A Force for Good: How Enlightened Finance Can Restore Faith in Capitalism."

To learn more about John’s conversation at Wake Forest University School of Business, visit their news pageFor more of John Taft’s insights, visit his blog "Finance For The Greater Good."

Taft (right) addresses attendees at the Wake Forest University School of Business on April 2 in North Carolina.
Taft (right) addresses attendees at the Wake Forest University School of Business on April 2 in North Carolina.


Taft (right) having a candid conversation, moderated by Wake Forest University School of Business professor Matthew Philips on April 2 in North Carolina.

Taft (right) having a candid conversation, moderated by Wake Forest University School of Business professor Matthew Philips on April 2 in North Carolina.