Jessica Mandel is an Executive Vice President with Compass Lexecon based in Chicago. She specializes in the areas of financial economics, securities and financial markets, financial institutions, corporate finance, corporate governance and valuation. She has managed engagements and directed studies involving a wide range of industries including financial services (banking, investment banking, private equity, hedge funds and REITs), healthcare (insurance, pharma and biotech), oil and gas (exploration, extraction, equipment and technology), various segments of high tech, and many others. Mandel’s work has analyzed the economics of mergers and acquisitions, loss causation and materiality, securities trading patterns, accounting restatements, the actions of corporate boards, shareholder activism, among other things. She has been involved in recent cases involving allegations of insider trading, improper accounting, market manipulation, securities fraud, financial reporting, damages, valuation issues relating to both public and privately held corporations, and breaches of corporate governance. Mandel attended The University of Chicago Booth School of Business, concentrating in finance and accounting and Johns Hopkins University, majoring in Political Economy.
Jessica P. Mandel
Executive Vice President
- MBA in Accounting and Finance, University of Chicago
- BA in Political Economy, Johns Hopkins University
Compass Lexecon’s Client the United States Prevails in $1 Billion Chrysler Dealers Takings Litigation