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Miguel Schloss

Miguel Schloss ’68

Miguel Schloss is the Managing Partner of DAMConsult, which has offices in Washington D.C. and Santiago, Chile. DAMConsult is a boutique consulting firm focused on emerging markets and facilitating cross-border business development, by securing financing for its clients from Multilateral Development Banks and export Financing Agencies.

Schloss was previously the Executive Director of Transparency International (Berlin, Germany), responsible to the Chairman and Board for Latin America, Africa, and Middle East, including expansion of operations by 36 local offices and 16 contact representatives, and overall financial management of the organization. Prior to this he worked at the World Bank Group in various positions including: Division Chief of Corporate & Budget Planning; Division Chief of Industry & Energy (Africa); and Telecommunications & Mining (world wide). He has published over 20 articles in major international journals and contributions to books dealing with issues of governance, strategies, budgets, planning financial and banking restructuring, energy policies, industrial development, telecommunications, and economic and development policies.


Financial Innovation: A Risky Business?

Watch the trailer for our interactive debate exploring the value of financial markets, the interaction between government and innovation, and what role markets should play in society.

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This event was presented by Fred Friendly Seminars in partnership with the Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Center for Leadership and Ethics, and was part of Columbia Business School’s Individual, Business and Society (IBS) curriculum.

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2014 Klion Forum

When: April 15th, 2014 6:00 PM-8:00 PM
Where: 3022 Broadway
Calder Lounge, Uris Hall (1st Floor)
New York, NY 10027

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Join Ms. Denise Morrison, CEO of Campbell Soup, and Ms. Ellen Kaden, chief legal and government affairs officer of Campbell Soup, for a fireside chat moderated by Professor Bruce Kogut on board governance and maintaining high ethical principles in a competitive market.

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Featured Video

With rapidly changing consumer tastes, many food companies are looking to expand their markets at home and overseas. How does an iconic American company stay relevant?

Featured Research

The Small Worlds of Corporate Governance
Identifies "structural breaks" — privatization, for example, or globalization — and assesses why powerful actors across countries behave similarly or differently in terms of network properties and corporate governance.


Program Brochure

View the Bernstein Center brochure, Ethical Challenges in Business