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Second Annual Conference
Second Annual Program for Financial Studies Conference: "Turning Around Governments, Companies, and Attitudes"
(attendance by registration)
Friday, November 2, 2012
Lerner Hall, Columbia University, 2920 Broadway, New York, New York
Undeterred in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, the Program for Financial Studies held its second annual conference, "Turning Around Governments, Companies, and Attitudes,"on November 2, 2012. An enthusiastic audience including students, faculty members, alumni, and practitioners welcomed the important perspective of Henry S. Miller '70, Chairman, Marblegate Asset Management and member, Columbia Business School's Board of Overseers, who served as keynote speaker for the event. Participants then attended concurrent panels discussing Asset Management and Corporate Finance. Student attendees then joined the panelists for a luncheon. Click here to see the complete agenda.
The Program for Financial Studies would like to thank the BNP Paribas for their sponsorship of the Second Annual Program for Financial Studies Conference.
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