On Monday Oct 8th and Wednesday October 10th Rob Redmond, Executive Vice Chairman of Macquarie Capital and Chief Executive of Macquarie Capital USA, will be giving two informal lectures in the Business and Enterprise Program. The Monday lecture is entitled “Does a career in finance make sense? Some lifelong lessons” and the Wednesday lecture is entitled “The Financial Crisis 10 Years After” While the lectures are formally part of the Business and Enterprise classes, any student interested in finance is welcome to attend. Rob will also be having lunch and dinner with students on Tuesday and Wednesday, and there may be a few spots left. If you are interested in attending a lunch or dinner, please e-mail Dave Colander to see if there are any spots left.
Background Information on Rob Redmond
Rob Redmond is currently Executive Vice Chairman of Macquarie Capital and Chief Executive of Macquarie Capital USA. Before moving to Macquarie Mr. Redmond was a Managing Director of Lehman Brothers, where he served as Chairman of Global Financial Sponsor Group. He is also currently an Independent Director of Terrapin 3 Acquisition Corporation. Mr. Redmond holds a BA in Economics from Lafayette College and received his MBA degree from Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management.
Monday, Oct 8th
8:00 PM; 103 Axinn
Rob Redmond: “Does a Career in Finance Make Sense? Some Lifelong Lessons”
Wednesday, Oct 10th
7:30 PM; Warner Hemicycle
Rob Redmond: “The Financial Crisis 10 Years After”