Adele Hogan is a capital markets advisor who frequently works on regulatory, bankruptcy, structured finance, mergers and acquisitions and FinTech matters, including Blockchain. Adele has also led anti-financial crimes investigations, risk framework implementations and corporate governance matters.
Adele’s work involves diverse industries, including: financial institutions; energy and utilities; healthcare (medical devices, biotech and pharmaceuticals), leisure (gaming and hotels); real estate, telecommunications, media and technology; transportation (airlines, automotive, shipping, rail); and retail. Adele is a frequent speaker on securities regulation issues.
Adele frequently chairs and speaks at national law programs. She has served as an adjunct law professor at Fordham University School of Law and speaks at Cornell University Law School and the Levin Institute.
Adele worked for over ten years at Cravath Swaine & Moore LLP, and was a partner at White & Case LLP and Linklaters LLP. Adele most recently served as director – group audit (legal and regulatory) at Deutsche Bank.
New York City Bar Association (Securities Regulation Committee (former Chair), Financial Reporting Committee (former Chair), Banking Law Committee, M & A Committee)
New York State Bar Association, Business Law Section (Executive Committee)
American Bar Association, Federal Securities Law Committee
Association of Corporate Counsel
100 Women in Finance
Women in Derivatives (WIND)
National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD)
Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals
Cornell University Law School
Bachelor of Arts
Cheryl is Professor of Accounting and former Associate Dean, College of Business at the University of Texas, San Antonio. She served as Academic Fellow at the U.S. SEC in 2005-2006 in the Office of the Chief accountant, and in 2007-2008 at the Division of Corporation Finance, where she participated in IFRS filing reviews and led staff training. She teaches financial and international accounting at the undergraduate, executive MBA and PhD levels and has been honored with college level and university-wide teaching awards.
Her research interests include the application of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and SEC reporting issues, including SEC comment letters and IFRS reporting. Her publications appear in Review of Accounting Studies, Journal of International Accounting Research, Accounting Horizons, Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, Journal of International Financial Management and Accounting, CPA Journal, Strategic Finance, and the Multinational Business Review. Cheryl is the past President of the International Accounting Section of the American Accounting Association.