Chicago Booth

Economic Outlook London

December 4, 2014

Chicago Booth is known for an intellectual approach that leaves no question unasked and no assumption unchallenged.

Join us in London for a candid discussion featuring Lubos Pastor, Charles P. McQuaid Professor of Finance at Chicago Booth, and Kenneth E. Volpert, '78, principal, head of investments, Europe, Vanguard. 

Be part of the conversation. Questions will be taken from the audience following the discussion.

Speakers

Lubos Pastor
Charles P. McQuaid Professor of Finance
Chicago Booth

Kenneth E. Volpert, '85
Principal, Head of Investments, Europe
Vanguard

Moderator

Thomas Kalaris, '78
Retired CEO, Wealth Management and Executive Chairman, Americas, Barclays Bank PLC

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Event Details

Chicago Booth London Campus
Woolgate Exchange
25 Basinghall Street
London EC2V 5HA

Program Agenda

Information Session
5:45 p.m. Information Session Registration
6:15 p.m. Executive MBA Information Session
6:45 p.m. Break

Economic Outlook Program
6:30 p.m. Registration and Networking
7 p.m. Program with Q&A
8:15 p.m. Closing Reception

Pricing

Alumni Admission £10.00   
Alumni Admission + guest £15.00   
General Admission £15.00   
General Admission + guest £20.00   
Currently Enrolled Chicago Booth Executive MBA Student Free


Current and prospective students and other guests are all welcome to attend this event.


Austerity or stimulus? Inflation or deflation? Focus on the Future.

Chicago Booth is renowned for faculty whose insights and analyses reshape the face of business, markets, and the global economy. The strength of Booth’s unique perspective is reflected in one of the school’s most venerable traditions, Economic Outlook.

Drawing on Booth’s culture of unparalleled inquiry, this annual event provides a forum for our pathbreaking thought leaders to confront the future—evaluating emergent trends and sharing key insights that help reframe our understanding of the world to come.


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