David P. Weber is the Academic Director of Smith’s graduate certificate programs in Fraud Management and Anti-Money Laundering Management, an executive education partnership with the American Bankers Association. Recently, Weber served as the U.S. banking expert who assisted journalists in reviewing information now known as the Panama Papers, pertaining to hundreds of current and former world leaders.
Weber developed and teaches the fraud and forensic investigation electives in Smith's Executive and Online MBA programs, as well as Maryland's new Graduate Certificate Program in Risk, Compliance and the Law. He also teaches in Smith’s Master of Science in Accounting, and undergraduate accounting programs. A Certified Fraud Examiner, attorney in private practice, and registered private investigator, he previously served as the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Assistant Inspector General for Investigations, the SEC’s Chief Investigator.