Norm Champ speaks frequently around the country and has lectured at many of America’s premier venues and Universities, including the New York Bar Association, the Saudi Central Bank, UCLA and Princeton.

Norm has addressed audiences in a wide variety of corporate, institutional, and educational settings. In his lectures, he draws on the experiences and knowledge gained from his extensive academic, financial and governmental background. To contact Norm about a possible speaking engagement click here.

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“Norm is an engaging and lively speaker who was very popular with our students both times he spoke. Norm is engaged with what his audience wants so that he covers the career questions students have at the same time that he covers important issues of interest to them.”

Wendell CollinsDirector of Corporate Relations, Princeton University

“Norm has spoken at our events for years, both before he entered government service and while he was in his position at the SEC. We have continued to invite Norm back to speak because of his ability to address complicated topics and translate them into practical advice for our audiences. Norm always receives high ratings from our conference attendees for his engaging speaking style and his excellent substantive content.”

Carl AyersPublisher, LA Watch

“Norm is a skilled speaker who knows how to engage his audience. We invited him to give a speech to a group of PhD’s and math professors and he successfully managed to interest them in the data issues at the SEC and relate the issue of data analytics to a real world policy context. Norm can make the complicated world of finance and regulation understandable to a wide audience.”

Russel CaflischDirector of the Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics, UCLA