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Alternate Careers in Finance
[Alternate Careers in Finance panelists]
Featuring John Sporn, BBA '08, Assistant Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of New York; Bob Power, MBA '93, Vice President, Global Corporate Client Group, NYSE Euronext; Ron McGann, MBA '96, Managing Director, JP Morgan Private Banking; and Lawrence E. Gore, MBA '82, President, Wilmington Trust FSB New York. Moderator: Neil S. Braun, Dean, Lubin School of Business
Think all there is to finance are quant jobs? Think finance is not for you if quant skills are not your cup of tea? Find out at the Alternate Careers in Finance panel discussion. This is an opportunity for students to learn from professionals in the field of finance. The panel will be focusing on the range of careers in finance, the importance of quantitative skills, the language of finance and the necessary qualitative and communicative skills needed in the field. This event is open to both undergraduate and graduate students.
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
Pace University
New York City campus
Multipurpose Room
3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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