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Dec. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Alliance for Economic Stability, Inc. (AES)
www.eally.org, an organization dedicated to advancing decision making ethics in financial regulation for the benefit of all Americans, today announced the appointment of Mr.
David Fisher to the AES Board of Directors. Mr. Fisher is an acclaimed author of more than 50 books, including 17 New York Times bestsellers, and will bring to the AES a progressive perspective, ensuring that the AES continues to cultivate bipartisan solutions to issues that impact America's economic stability.
Mr. Fisher's most recent bestseller is
No One Would Listen, a collaboration with
Harry Markopolos, the Madoff whistleblower who attempted to alert the SEC to the massive Ponzi scheme. Other bestsellers by Mr. Fisher tell real-life stories spanning crime, entertainment, and sports. Last year, Mr. Fisher collaborated with Bill Roedy, the Chairman and Chief Executive of MTV Networks Global, on the acclaimed
What Makes Business Rock, Building the World's Largest Global Network. In 2009, Mr. Fisher collaborated with Detective
Tommy Dades and Brooklyn Assistant D.A.
Michael Vecchione in telling the true story of two
New York City detectives convicted for moonlighting as Mafia killers in
Friends of the Family, The Inside Story of the Mafia Cops Case. Also in 2009, Fisher published
The Accountant's Story, a collaboration with
Pablo Escobar's brother, Roberto, one of the leaders of the infamous
Medellin drug cartel. Mr. Fisher has also published biographical collaborations with
George Burns, and
Eddie Fisher. In addition, Mr. Fisher has written for newspapers and magazines, including the
New York TimesOp-Ed page.
Mr. Fisher became familiar with the AES through collaboration with
Manuel P. Asensio, AES co-founder and policy advisor on a book based on his experiences. Mr. Fisher came to share the view of the AES that lack of accountability has been a central factor in our nation's continuing economic and fiscal crisis. While Mr. Fisher approaches these issues with progressive, left-leaning perspective, yet he shares the view that too much power has been concentrated in the hands of too few government officials.
Mr. Asensio previously authored the book
Sold Short: Uncovering Deception in the Markets on his experiences exposing fraud in the securities markets as a short-seller. Working on the collaboration Mr. Fisher developed a view that conflicts-of-interest on the part of those who have a duty to protect all Americans is an issue of real importance.
The AES Board of Directors looks forward to Mr. Fisher bringing a fresh perspective to bear on the pressing issues confronting American economic stability, and working on advancing bipartisan solutions.