The OCMBA is honored to have you join us in Costa Mesa at the Center Club as Mark Kiesel, '96, CIO of PIMCO, shares his "Global Economic Forecast: Investing in a Trump Economy."
Free valet parking included.
Come to The Center Club to listen to the economic outlook in a Trump economy with like minded business professionals and alumni from top tier B-Schools. Hosted by Chicago Booth, Wharton, Virginia-Darden and the OCMBA group.
OCMBA is comprised of the alumni clubs of 15 top-ranked Business schools in the world including: UCLA-Anderson, Chicago-Booth, Columbia Business School, Virginia-Darden, Berkeley-Haas, Harvard Business School, USC-Marshall, UC Irvine-Merage, MIT-Sloan, Northwestern-Kellogg, Stanford-GSB, Cornell-Johnson, Michigan-Ross, Wharton and INSEAD.
$30 in advance (before 2/20/17), $40 at the door (cash only).
Valet parking included with registration. Appetizers provided. Drinks for purchase, bar only accepts credit cards.
Dress code: Business casual, please no jeans.
REGISTRATION CLOSED FOR THIS EVENT.
Walk-ins are welcome for $40 at the door (cash only).
Mark Kiesel (Speaker) '96
CIO of Global Credit, PIMCO
Mr. Kiesel is CIO Global Credit and a managing director in the Newport Beach office. He is a member of the Investment Committee, a generalist portfolio manager and the global head of corporate bond portfolio management, with oversight for the firm's investment grade, high yield, bank loan, municipal and insurance business as well as credit research. Morningstar named him Fixed-Income Fund Manager of the Year in 2012 and a finalist in 2010. He has written extensively on the topic of global credit markets, founded the firm's Global Credit Perspectives publication and regularly appears in the financial media. He joined PIMCO in 1996 and previously served as PIMCO's global head of investment grade corporate bonds and as a senior credit analyst. He has 24 years of investment experience and holds an MBA from the University of Chicago's Graduate School of Business. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan.