FEB 5, 2021
Algorithmic Bias: The new form of discrimination
In light of President Chodosh’s Initiative on Anti-Racism, the Financial Economics Institute (FEI) will be hosting a panel discussion on a new form of racism and discrimination in the 21st century — Algorithmic Bias!
FEI Director, Professor Nishant Dass, will be moderating a discussion with panelists, including:
Professor Gabby Johnson of the Philosophy department,
Professor Mike Izbicki of the Math department, and
Dr. Aaron Myers, CTO of Suited, an AI-powered recruitment technology startup (working with banks and law firms to mitigate bias in hiring).
Please come and join us for an enlightening discussion on an important issue of our times that has caught the attention of business leaders, computer scientists, economists, ethicists, philosophers, regulators, technologists, social workers, and many others.
NOV 2, 2020
5:00 – 6:00pm PST
Women on Wall Street
Gender barriers are constantly being broken in financial services, with women leading the way as Presidents/CEOs (including HSBC USA, Avenue Capital, Lebenthal & Company), CEOs (J.P. Morgan Asset Management, J.P. Morgan U.S. INstitutional Asset Management, J.P. Morgan Credit Card Services, Litespeed Manager, and Meredith Whitney Advisory Group), CFOs (Morgan Stanley, Jp.P. Morgan Chase and Credit Suisse Investment Banking), CIOs (Goldman Sachs Private Wealth Management, UBS O’Connor, Galtere, and Bluecrest), Heads of Departments (J.P. Morgan Global Commodities, BAML Global Research, and Goldman Sachs Human Capital Management) and countless other women founders, partners, and managing directors.
Join Christine Huk Mann ’87 as she talks about her career trajectory in financial services and shares advice about how to thrive in the culture of Wall Street.
Ms. Mann is a Vice President in Private Wealth Management at Goldman, Sachs & Co. in New York. She has over 25 years of finance and tax experience and today co-leads an Investment Management Team focused primarily on providing solutions for families, business executives, foundation, and endowments. Ms. Mann joined Goldman Sachs in 2000 from Banc of America Securities where she worked in fixed income. Ms. Mann began her career as a CPA with a focus on taxation. She is a graduate of Claremont McKenna College and the University of Chicago. Ms. Mann serves on the Financial Economics Institute Advisory Board and the Alumni Association Board. She has served as an Alumni Trustee on the CMC Board of Trustees and the Advisory Board of the Robert Day School. She lives in Chatham, New Jersey with her husband Ray and two sons.
OCT 23, 2020
8:30 – 9:30am PST
Financial Services: So much more than M&A and IB!
CMC has many alumni working in the fields of Mergers & Acquisitions and Investment Banking, but there are so many other interesting avenues to pursue in Financial Services. FEI Board Member Alan Delsman ’68 will share an insider’s view on the industry, based on his four-decade career on Wall Street.
Mr. Delsman from graduated CMC in 1968 with a degree in International Relations. He received his Master’s in Political Science from the University of Washington in 1970. In 2001, Mr. Delsman joined Deutsche Bank as Chief Credit Officer for Latin America. His most recent role was Senior Credit Executive responsible for large, complex transactions in the Emerging Markets, Investment Grade Corporations, Leverage Finance, Real Estate, and Financial Institutions. Prior to joining Deutsche Bank, Mr. Delsman worked for The Chase Manhattan Bank, where he held a variety of positions that included assignments in Tehran, London, Panama, Miami and New York. His last position was the Senior Credit Officer for the Global Markets business in Emerging Markets.