Andrew Fastow, the former Chief Financial Officer of Enron was a speaker at Camp Alphaville, a conference hosted by the Financial Times' well-known finance blog Alphaville. Since leaving prison, he's been talking to business students about ethics in business.
While the off-balance sheet transactions that triggered Enron's collapse were approved by the company's lawyers, accountants and management, Fastow said, he nevertheless deserved to go to jail for misleading investors.
As Fastow said at the event on Wednesday: 'I wasn't the Chief Finance Officer at Enron, I was the chief loophole officer'.
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