Past Events

Past Events

Financial Issues Forum Presents – “Tribute to the Life and Career of Charlie Munger” | Posted on Jun 18, 2024

This is a moderated panel discussion on the brilliant career and lasting legacy of Charlie Munger, vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway and long-time business partner of Warren Buffett.

Financial Issues Forum Presents – Michael Gatto on “The Credit Investors Handbook” | Posted on Mar 01, 2024

Michael Gatto’s latest book, “The Credit Investor’s Handbook: Leveraged Loans, High Yield Bonds and Distressed Debt,” is the definitive guide to building a career in the leveraged credit markets—whether public, private, performing or distressed. In this virtual talk, Gatto will share invaluable insights about these dynamic markets that will benefit both newcomers to the field, as well as experienced professionals seeking to refine their investment skills.

Financial Issues Forum Presents – Raghuram Rajan and Rohit Lamba on “Breaking the Mould: Reimagining India’s Economic Future” | Posted on Mar 01, 2024

Former Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, Raghuram Rajan, and Economics Professor Rohit Lamba will talk about their book in which they address challenges like increased competition in low-skilled manufacturing, increasing protectionism globally, and growing automation. They will provide an insightful roadmap to help India break free from the shackles of the past and look to the possibilities of the future.

Financial Issues Forum Presents – Fareed Zakaria in Conversation with Ian Bremmer on “Age of Revolutions: Progress and Backlash from 1600- Present” | Posted on Mar 01, 2024

Fareed Zakaria, the host of CNN’s “Fareed Zakaria GPS,” and Ian Bremmer, president and founder of Eurasia Group, will discuss Zakaria’s new book. A major work that masterfully investigates the eras and movements that have shaken norms while shaping the modern world.

Financial Issues Forum Presents – Daniel Schulman on “The Money Kings: The Epic Story of the Jewish Immigrants Who Transformed Wall Street and Shaped Modern America” | Posted on Mar 01, 2024

Daniel Schulman’s sweeping narrative traces the interconnected stories of Jewish immigrants including Joseph Seligman, Solomon Loeb, and Marcus Goldman, among others, who fled a Germany that had relegated Jews to an underclass. He chronicles the difficult path of these men who would go on to form some of the largest investment banks in the world.

Financial Issues Forum Presents – Jennifer Burns on “Milton Friedman: The Last Conservative” | Posted on Mar 01, 2024

Milton Friedman’s work was instrumental in the turn toward free markets that defined the 1980s. Burns sheds light on his collaborations with women, his complex relationships with Federal Reserve Chairman Arthur Burns and Treasury Secretary George Shultz, and his direct interventions in policymaking at the highest levels.

Financial Issues Forum Presents – Mark J. Higgins on “Investing in US Financial History: Understanding the Past to Forecast the Future” | Posted on Mar 01, 2024

Investors who neglect to study the past can overlook powerful, cyclical forces that repeatedly reshape markets. Gain a glimpse of how understanding financial history can improve investment decision-making

Financial Issues Forum Presents – Gregory Makoff on “Default: The Landmark Court Battle Over Argentina’s $100 Billion Debt Restructuring” | Posted on Feb 29, 2024

Learn about how institutional, political, and legal pressures come into play when a country cannot repay its debts. This talk will offer a deeper understanding of how global financial capitalism functions in the context of debt markets, international finance, international relations, and international law.

Financial Issues Forum Presents – Paolo Zannoni on “Money and Promises: Seven Deals that Changed the World” | Posted on Mar 01, 2024

Join us on June 18, 2024, 12 – 1 p.m. (EDT) for this virtual event. Distinguished banker, executive, and historian Paolo Zannoni will delve into the complex relationship between states and banks that is at the heart of his new book, which examines the roots of modern banking through seven case studies: the Republic of Pisa,
17th-century Venice, the early years of the Bank of England, imperial Spain, the Kingdom of Naples, the nascent United States during the American Revolution, and Bolshevik Russia from 1917 through 1923.

Financial Issues Forum Presents George Athanassakos on “Value vs. Growth Investing and the Future of Stock Prices” | Posted on Oct 17, 2023

Join us for a virtual event with Dr. George Athanassakos, founder and managing director of The Ben Graham Centre for Value Investing and the Ben Graham Chair in Value Investing at the Ivey Business School. In his presentation

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