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Capital Markets Colloquium
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Due to the weather, the Capital Markets Colloquium has been cancelled.  The new date will be publicized once it has been determined.


Join us for the Stillman School of Business Capital Markets Colloquium on Wednesday, February 10.

Sponsored by Jim and Judy O'Brien, the Colloquium will broaden your understanding of Global Capital Markets as seen through the eyes of corporate practitioners and Stillman School finance faculty.

Schedule of Events:
(Attend all of the events or just a few, depending on your schedule)
Registration is required for the morning and afternoon workshops only.

 9 - 9:45 a.m. NY Market Open (Jubilee Hall, Trading Room, 5th Fl)
10 - 11 a.m.
Morning Workshops (Registration Required)
11:30 - 12:30 p.m.
Morning Workshops (Registration Required)
1:15 - 2:15 p.m.
Afternoon Workshops (Registration Required)
2:30 - 3:30 p.m.
Afternoon Workshops (Registration Required)
3:30 - 4:15 p.m.
NY Market Close (Jubilee Hall, Auditorium)
4:15 - 5:45 p.m.
Faculty Research Briefings (Jubilee Hall, Auditorium)
6 - 7 p.m.
Reception (Jubilee Hall, Lobby, 1st Fl)

NY Market Open

Jeff BagleyRothbortScott Rothbort, Asset Manager and Instructor of Finance,
and Jeff Bagley, Vice President and Senior Portfolio Manager
A focus on the pre-market metrics, the swings, and earnings releases through the opening bell

Morning Workshops
(Financial Management)

LoviscekSecurity Selection, Management, and Protection
Tony Loviscek, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Dept. of Finance

Selecting securities and building investment portfolios with eyes on both return and risk, one client at a time

Private Wealth Management
Richard WrightRichard Wright Jr., CFP, Wealth Management Advisor

Characteristics and training of a successful Financial Advisor -- the individual responsible for product knowledge, client development, regulatory compliance and the overall success of the firm

Portfolio Risk Management Steve Lerit
Steven Lerit, CFA, SVP, Asset Manager

What is the role of portfolio risk practitioners and what are the issues they face? Including the painful lessons learned from the recent market meltdown

Afternoon Workshops
(Asset Classes) 

Brian ReynoldsHow Credit Markets Impact Equity Markets
Brian Reynolds, CFA, Chief Market Strategist

Detailed explanation of the techniques, research and analysis of the credit markets, with discussion on the direction of the 2010 markets

 

Corporate Credit Analysis and Investment Strategies
Betsi Hill, CFA, Director of Global Corporate Credit Research
Joseph Riggi, Credit Analyst

Introduction to the basic cash flow model used by security analysts to evaluate companies, in combination with an analysis of a company's capital structure and liquidity position

Equity Markets Analysis Tony Dwyer
Tony Dwyer, Equity Market Strategist

Explanation of how a practitioner develops a macro view and analysis of the equity markets, along with market forecasts for 2010

Stephen JonathanFX Markets: Risks and Opportunities
Stephen Jonathan, Foreign Exchange Expert

Explanation of the key drivers of financial markets as the world's Central Banks begin to plan and implement their exit strategies after a period of extraordinary loose monetary policy

NY Market Close

Scott Rothbort and Jeff Bagley
Watch the market close with real time data and review the day's major market moves and any interesting sector shifts

Faculty Research Briefings

Capital Markets have been influenced by university research of the years. Today three Seton Hall finance professors will share their research findings and answer questions.

Corporate Finance: A New PerspectiveJennifer itzkowitz
Jennifer Itzkowitz, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Dept. of Finance

Over the past few decades both the prevalence and importance of buyer-supplier (business-to-business) relationships have increased among American companies. Research discusses the costs and benefits of buyer-supplier relationships and their implications for firm financing and valuation.

Security Pricing and Market Liquidity
Gady Jacoby, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Dept. of FinanceGady Jacoby

The recent Collateralized Debt Obligation (CDO) crisis was accompanied by a substantial drop in market liquidity and returns. Research focuses on theory and recent evidence linking stock and bond market liquidity - both as a cost and as a risk factor - to security prices.

Public Finance and MultipliersKurt Rotthoff
Kurt Rotthoff, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Dept. of Finance

Politicians often claim that building stadiums will bring economic development, and implicitly economic wealth, to a community. Research addresses the true impact of publicly funded projects like large sports arenas.

For more information please contact:
Elven Riley
(973) 761-9207
elven.riley@shu.edu

 

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