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Carroll School of Management

2011 Finance Conference

SIXTH ANNUAL FINANCE CONFERENCE

JUNE 8-9, 2011

 

The Carroll School finance faculty welcomed Professor Jeremy Stein, Moise Y. Safra Professor of Economics at Harvard University, and Gerald Rosenfeld, Strategic Advisory and Vice Chairman at Lazard Frères & Co., and other industry experts for a dynamic conversation on opportunities across global financial markets and how they are changing.

 

Conference Agenda

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8

  Boston College, Chestnut Hill Campus, Corcoran Commons, Heights Room      
5:30pm Cocktail Reception
6:15pm Dinner

THURSDAY, JUNE 9

         Boston College, Chestnut Hill Campus, Fulton Hall, Room 511
7:45am
Continental Breakfast
8:30am
WELCOMING REMARKS
8:45am
MORNING KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Professor Jeremy Stein
Moise Y. Safra Professor of Economics
Harvard University
9:30am
SESSION 1: GLOBAL MARKETS
Chris CarusoManaging Director, Global Prime Finance, Deutsche Bank
Chuck Clough, Chariman & CEO, Clough Capital Partners
David Joy, Chief Market Strategist, Columbia Management Investment Advisers

Moderator:
Scott Harrington, Managing Director, JP Morgan Chase & Co.
10:45am
Coffee Break
11:00am

SESSION 2: STRUCTURED PRODUCTS AND OTHER OTC MARKETS
Charles Cooper, Senior Managing Director, State Street Global Markets
Kathleen Cronin, General Counsel, CME Group
Kevin Gould, President and Co-founder, Markit

Moderator:
Roch Hillenbrand, Managing Director, Stony Brook Investments, LLC

12:15pm
KEYNOTE ADDRESS:
Gerald Rosenfeld, Strategic Advisor and Vice Chairman,
Lazard Frères & Co.
1:00pm Lunch, Fulton Hall 2nd floor, Honors Library
2:00pm

SESSION 3: EVER CHANGING MARKETS: DARK POOLS, ETFs, HIGH FREQUENCY TRADING AND OTHER INNOVATORS
Frank Hatheway, Chief Economist, Nasdaq-OMX
Joseph Saluzzi, Partner & Co-founder, Themis Trading
Jonathan Sokobin, Acting Director, SEC Division of Risk, Strategy, and Financial Innovation

Moderator:
Steve Barry, CIO, Goldman Sachs Asset Management

3:30pm
SESSION 4: MUTUAL FUND MARKET SEGMENTATION AND INVESTMENTS IN ACTIVE MANAGEMENT
Jonathan Reuter, Assistant Professor, Boston College
4:15pm
CLOSING REMARKS