Andrew Fastow was the chief financial officer of Enron Corporation, an energy-trading and utilities company, from 1998 to 2001. In 2004, he pleaded guilty to fraud and money laundering and was sentenced to six years in prison. His sentence ended in 2011, and Mr. Fastow now lives with his family in Houston, Texas. He provides legal support services within a law firm and advises management, legal counsel and hedge fund representatives on the best ways to identify critical issues in finance, accounting, compensation and culture.
Since his release from prison, Mr. Fastow has been regularly invited as a speaker by universities and companies.