Corporate Law Expert Writes on Credit Rating Agencies
John H. and Mary Lou Dasburg Professor of Law
Former investment banker and corporate advisor Robert Rhee brings real-world experience to academia, offering an insider’s perspective on the world of corporate finance. He was brought to the University of Florida through its new “Preeminence Plan,” devised to boost UF into the strata of the nation’s top universities. Rhee is a premier business law scholar with a focus on presenting solutions to longstanding problems regulating credit rating agencies and making the world of business a more efficient and fair place.
Read Rhee’s latest article: “Why Credit Rating Agencies Exist,” 44 ECONOMIC NOTES, 161 (2015).