Fireside Chat with Houlihan Lokey's Co-President, Scott Adelson, '87
August 28, 2019: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Please join us for a fireside chat with the Co-President of one of the world's leading independent investment banks, Houlihan Lokey.
1 Hotel West Hollywood
The Melrose Room
8490 West Sunset Boulevard
West Hollywood, California
Scott Adelson, '87, joined Houlihan Lokey in 1987 and has spent the last three decades helping to build the firm into one of the world's leading independent investment banks. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear first-hand how Scott navigated the firm's growth, as well as, hear his outlook for the investment banking industry. You won't want to miss this event!
Friends of Booth and peer schools welcome to attend. Registration fee includes drinks and heavy appetizers. Parking and valet available.
This event will sell out. Please register in advance. We will not be accepting walk-ins.
Scott Adelson (Speaker) '87
Co-President, Houlihan Lokey
Scott Adelson has served as Houlihan Lokey's Co-President since 2013. As President, Mr. Adelson is one of HL's senior executives responsible for senior planning, client relations and business development and manages the firm in conjunction with the other three members of the Office of the Executives. Mr. Adelson also serves as the Global Co-Head of Corporate Finance. His practice embraces all aspects of corporate finance, including mergers and acquisitions, leveraged buyouts, and the issuance of debt and equity capital. He is an active board member of various public and private companies, including Motorcar Parts of America, Inc. and QAD Inc. Mr. Adelson completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Southern California and earned his MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Mr. Adelson was chosen to be on Houlihan Lokey's board of directors because of his long career in the financial services industry and because he possesses particular knowledge and experience in strategic planning and board practices of other corporations.
Christopher Howland, '14