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Former Chief Economist from Merrill Lynch to present at SHU
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Jack-LaveryPlease join us for an informative breakfast meeting in the Jubilee Hall Atrium at Seton Hall University on Thursday morning, November 1st. The program will assess the current economic climate and its impact for investors and businesses. The featured speaker will be Jack Lavery '68, Chairman, CEO and Chief Economist of the Lavery Consulting Group (LCG). LCG focuses on serving financial institutions, money managers and corporate clients, including those seeking to impact high net worth individuals.

Among his past accomplishments, Mr. Lavery served as Chief Economist of Merrill Lynch and subsequently built and orchestrated Merrill Lynch’s Global Securities Research and Economics complex. He later was the executive in charge of the worldwide equity business for Merrill before being Director of Corporate Strategy. He also created and ran a Corporate and Public Policy Research entity for the firm. He was a member of the Institutional Investor “All America Research Team” in economics in each of his four years as Chief Economist for Merrill. Mr. Lavery is also a consultant to Seton Hall and serves on the Investment Committee of the University’s Board of Regents. For more information about Mr. Lavery (including recent issues of his periodic research commentaries), please visit http://www.laveryconsultinggroup.com. Log in with the user ID lcg and the password is economics.

Mr. Lavery’s presentation will address the economic climate of the country from a pragmatic viewpoint. Given the continuing volatility in the markets, credit crunch, sub-prime mortgage defaults, labor market and foreign currency movements, Mr. Lavery’s presentation will provide thoughtful insight and an opportunity for a first-hand question and answer session.

A schedule for the program is as follows.

7:45 - 8:15 a.m.
Continental Breakfast
8:15 - 8:20 a.m.
Introduction and Overview
8:20 - 8:30 a.m.
Introduction by Karen Boroff, Ph.D., Dean, Stillman School of Business
8:30 - 9:30 a.m.
Jack Lavery presentation, including question and answer session.



For more information please contact:
Stephanie J. Hauge
(973) 378-9852
haugeste@shu.edu

 

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