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Greece: What’s Next?

Greece: What’s Next?

Monday, July 27, 2015



Chris Cutler, CFA, Chairman Emeritus, CFANY Alternative Investments Committee
Deepika Sharma, CFA, Co-Vice-Chair, CFANY Global Investing Committee

6:05 – 6:30:  KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Wilbur L. Ross Jr., Chairman and Founder, Wilbur Ross & Co

6:30 – 7:45: PANEL

Daniel Bases, Senior Correspondent at Reuters

Geoffrey Dennis, Head of Global Emerging Markets Equity Strategy, UBS
Poul Kristensen, CFA, CQF, Director and Portfolio Manager, New York Life Investment Management
Gina Martin Adams, CFA, CMT, Institutional Equity Strategist, Wells Fargo
Jessica Zarzycki, Senior Sovereign Analyst at TIAA-CREF
Hans Humes, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Greylock Capital


Patrick Holert, CFA, CAIA, Board of Directors, CFANYChairman EmeritusCFANY Global Investing Committee 



Greece is on the precipice of a financial meltdown and the faultlines in the European systems are deeper than ever. After 5 years of kicking the can down the road, the European monetary union could be at its moment of reckoning. Greece was declared in technical default by the IMF as the bailout extension expired and with it, Europe’s 5 year battle to preserve the EMU. All in all, market participants agree that any resolution that quiets down uncertainty will be preferable to the current situation and positive for the markets. As we wade into uncharted territory for both Greece and global markets without any blueprint or historical precedent, the Global Investing Committee has brought together a panel of experts to break it down for us.  How did we get here and what lessons can we draw from this long-drawn saga? This one’s for the history books, you wouldn’t want to miss it!


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