Jeffrey C. Sprecher CEO Presentation to MIB Students, Fall 2013
Monday, September 30, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM (EDT)
About this Event
During this special presentation, attendees will gain valuable knowledge and insight from Jeffrey C. Sprecher, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Intercontinental Exchange. This event will be presented to MIB students, but other Robinson College of Business graduate students and faculty are welcome to attend.
About Jeffrey C. Sprecher
Jeff Sprecher is a founder of IntercontinentalExchange (NYSE: ICE), serving as the company's Chief Executive Officer since May 2000 and as the Chairman of the Board since November 2002. Under Mr. Sprecher’s guidance, ICE expanded into global markets for agriculture, credit default swaps, emissions, energy, equity indexes and foreign exchange, and extended its business into central clearing. Today, ICE operates three regulated futures exchanges, an over-the-counter (OTC) credit market and five clearing houses globally.
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When & Where
GSU-Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER)
Designated as a center of excellence by the U.S. Department of Education in April 2010, Georgia State University’s Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) serves as a regional and national resource to businesses, students and academics. CIBER at Georgia State implements programs focused on improving American competitiveness and helping U.S. businesses succeed in global markets. Building on rich traditions of curriculum and faculty internationalization, strong ties to the corporate community, and exemplary programs such as the Global Partners MBA and the MIB, Georgia State University has been at the forefront of international business education, research and outreach.
One of GSU-CIBER's signature activities has been to spearhead the Southeast U.S. Higher Education Consortium for International Business. The consortium leads the formation of a collaborative higher education community composed of two-year, four-year, and historically black colleges and universities in Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Tennessee, North Carolina and South Carolina. The consortium serves as a clearinghouse for faculty development, teaching material preparation, regional resource sharing and technical assistance with writing DOE grant proposals. Students at consortium schools will participate in jointly sponsored study abroad and work abroad programs.