Appearance: The Global Markets Summit in NYC

Wednesday November 30, 2011 | The TRUMP SOHO | New York, NY

Markets Media is pleased to present its 4th annual Global Markets Summit, bringing together leaders from all the segments that make up the financial markets to tackle the most pressing issues affecting the industry-at-large. The event will take place on Wednesday November 30th 2011 at the TRUMP SOHO New York.

Hey all, I’ll be appearing next Wednesday at the Global Markets Summit held at the Trump SoHo in Manhattan.

I’m moderating a panel on where and how to invest in foreign and emerging markets.  Details below, click the link if you’;re interested in coming by and to find out about other speakers at the conference…

2:40PM – 3:20PM                   Going Global: Trading and Investing Across Borders

 •Which non-U.S. markets are opening up to traders and investors?
•Costs, regulation and access to data as obstacles to crossing borders
•How are exchanges and broker-dealers helping investors expand their reach?
•Which asset classes work best for institutions? ETFs? Swaps? Currencies?
•How is the ongoing European debt crisis constraining cross-border investing?

Joshua Brown, Vice President of Investments, Fusion Analytics Investment Partners

Yousef Abbasi, Market Strategist, JonesTrading Institutional Services
Jim Shapiro, Senior Advisor, BSE Limited
Keith McCullough, Chief Executive Officer, Hedgeye Risk Management
Lawrence Hansen, Vice President, Sapient Global Markets
Varghese Thomas, Global Head of Financial Services, Savvis

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Global Markets Summit



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