BACKGROUND: This briefing is part of a series organized annually by the New York Foreign Press Center to give the foreign media access to Wall Street experts. There are several briefings scheduled in this series and we ask that interested journalists RSVP to each briefing once the media advisory announcing each event is released.
Dr. , Chairman of the Board of the Museum of American Finance, is a leading expert on American financial history and the influence of financial institutions and capital markets on the U.S. and global economies. He will explain how New York City became a leading national and world financial center and why it is likely to remain one.
For foreign media only. Non-government guests invited to address FPC member journalists offer their views in a personal capacity and do not represent the official policy views of the U.S. government.
NOTE: All programs are subject to change. Please call (646) 282-2830 for information on this and other FPC activities.
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New York Foreign Press Center
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Phone: (646) 282-2830