Ivy Circle Panel Discussion - From 2030: Looking Back on the 2008/2009 Crisis
October 13, 2009: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
The alumni clubs of Harvard University, the Wharton School, and the Netherlands Fulbright Alumni Association would like to invite you to the finance event organized by the Ivy Circle, on Tuesday, October 13, in Amsterdam . The Ivy Circle (IC) event will focus on the financial crisis of the last four quarters and the lessons we will have learnt from it. The title of the program is: "From 2030: Looking Back on the 2008/2009 Crisis."
Artis Library, Amsterdam University College
Plantage Middenlaan 45
Register By Email
Please register by email, indicating # of guests and whether you would like to take the tour of the AUC campus.
Please make payment to Ivy Circle Netherlands, account number 5714821 (IBAN: NL19INGB0005714821, BIC: INGBNL2A). Payment details should include: Finance 13 Oct, your name - plus number of guests - in the payment details.
The Ivy Circle event will be held at Amsterdam University College, a selective, English-language liberal arts college, and a joint initiative of the two universities of Amsterdam. An optional tour of the campus of Amsterdam University College will be given by AUC students starting from 17.00 hours. Drinks and snacks will be served as soon as people enter. Registration starts at 17.30 hours.
The afternoon event will start at 18.00 hours with a welcome and a short introduction to the Amsterdam University College (AUC) by Professor Eric Bartelsman, professor of economics at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, a graduate of MIT and Columbia University, and an alumnus of the Federal Reserve Board in Washington. At 18.05 hours we will give the floor to our panel-speakers and our moderator Marc van Gelder, the CEO of Mediq and an alumnus of the Wharton School.
-Robin Fransman, Adjunct Director of the Holland Financial Centre;
-Karen Kao, Partner at Kennedy Van der Laan and a board member of the American Chamber of Commerce;
-Raoul Oberman, Director at McKinsey and President of the American Chamber of Commerce; and
-Jaap Spronk, Professor of Finance and Dean of the MBA programs at the Rotterdam School of Management.