The 12th Annual LIBOR Finance Summit: A Multi-Asset View of the Street

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Join LIBOR for the 12th Annual Finance Summit. The Summit will be held on April 11th, 2019 at Credit Suisse, located at 11 Madison Avenue, New York, NY. Please plan to arrive by 6:00 PM, as we have an eventful and engaging evening planned. Following the panel, we will have an open networking reception where food and refreshments will be served.

The 12th Annual Finance Summit will consist of a panel discussing "A Multi-Asset View of The Street."

Opening remarks will be delivered by Dean Lei, of the Rutgers Business School and Dr. Ben Sopranzetti, Professor of Finance and Assistant Chairman of the Department of Finance at the Rutgers Business School.


We are very excited to announce our keynote speaker:

Harvey Schwartz, former President and Co-Chief Operating Officer of Goldman Sachs.

Mr. Schwartz is the former president and co-chief operating officer of Goldman Sachs, a leading global investment banking, securities, and investment management firm. A leader in the finance industry for more than 25 years, he is also a dedicated supporter of undergraduate education at Rutgers. Prior to his appointment as chief financial officer in January 2013, he served as managing director, partner, and co-head of the global securities division at Goldman Sachs and as a member of the firm’s executive committee. After graduating from Rutgers in 1987 with a bachelor of arts degree in economics, he began work as a trader at J.B. Hanauer & Co. He went on to work at First Interregional Equity Corp. and Citicorp before joining Goldman Sachs. He earned his executive master of business administration degree from Columbia University in 1996.

Among his many philanthropic efforts, he has endowed a $1 million scholarship through Goldman Gives to annually pay tuition and fees for four full-time School of Arts and Sciences undergraduate students. Since the scholarship’s creation in 2010, 25 students have been recipients of aid. He serves as chair of the Wall Street Leadership Committee, in which he has been a vigorous advocate of student mentoring and recruiting efforts through the Rutgers on Wall Street Initiative.


Our confirmed panelists include:

Brian Chin, CEO of Global Markets at Credit Suisse

Brian Chin is a Managing Director and CEO of the Global Markets division at Credit Suisse. He is a member of the Executive Board of Credit Suisse. Brian is a member of the Global Markets Management Committee. Brian has responsibility for the bank's combined Equities and Fixed income businesses which includes Cash Equities, Prime Services, Securitized Products, Emerging Markets, Equity Derivatives, Credit Products, Macro Products, and Securities Research. Brian joined Credit Suisse in 2003 and has held a number of senior positions, including Co-Head of the Credit Pillar within the Global Markets Division, the Global Head of Securitized Products and Co-Head of Fixed Income, Americas. Brian is a member of the Fixed Income Operating Committee and the FID Management Committee. Brian received his B.A. in Accounting from Rutgers University in 2000.

Milwood Hobbs Jr., Managing Director at Oaktree Capital

Mr. Hobbs sources and originates private debt opportunities across Oaktree’s credit strategies. Prior to joining Oaktree in 2013, he was an executive director at Natixis Securities focused on building the high yield sales and trading franchise. Prior thereto, he spent five years at Goldman Sachs as a vice president in leveraged finance origination and sales. Before joining Goldman Sachs in 2007, Mr. Hobbs was a director in Leveraged Finance at Deutsche Bank Securities, which he joined in 2000. Additional experience includes regional account management focused on fleet financing at GE Capital Corporation and controller for Leveraged Finance at Bank of America. Mr. Hobbs received his M.B.A. from Columbia Business School and a B.S. degree in accounting from Rutgers University.

Mark Friedman, Senior Managing Director at Evercore

Mr. Friedman is a Senior Managing Director at the firm and heads up Evercore's global shipping practice and is co-head of the firm's U.S. transportation practice. Previously he was the US Head of Transportation and Infrastructure and Global Head of Shipping at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Prior to his employment at Merrill Lynch which began in 2005, Mr. Friedman was an investment banker at Goldman, Sachs & Co. for eleven years. Since joining Evercore in 2009, under Mr. Friedman's leadership, Evercore has been active as restructuring advisor, merger advisor, and underwriter. Mr. Friedman began his career as an Attorney at Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP. He holds a J.D. with Honors from the New York University, and a B.S. in Economics with Highest Honors from Rutgers University.

Melanie Vangopoulos, CFA, Portfolio Manager at Millennium Management

Melanie is a Portfolio Manager at Millennium Management, where she manages a long/short equities portfolio focused on the Technology, Media, and Communication Services sectors. Prior to this, she managed portfolios for M.E.V. Capital, Conventus Capital, and FNY Capital. Melanie’s career began in Trading, where she’s held roles on both the buy side and sell side, including Millennium Management, JPMorgan, and Weiss Multi-Strategy Advisers. She is a CFA Charterholder and received a B.A. in Economics and Italian from Rutgers University in 1996.

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And our panel discussion will be moderated by:

Joseph Gasparro, Head of Capital Services Content at Credit Suisse

Mr. Gasparro is Head of Content for Capital Services Americas at Credit Suisse. Previously, Mr. Gasparro advised on and executed M&A and capital markets transactions in the Firm's Investment Banking Division. Prior to Credit Suisse, he worked in the Investment Banking Division of Bank of America Merrill Lynch and UBS. Mr. Gasparro received his BA in History from Gettysburg College and his MBA from Rutgers Business School. He is a Board or Council Member of several non-profits and organizations, including Youth INC, America Needs You, and the Guggenheim Museum. Mr. Gasparro is also an Editor of the Wiley Finance book "Investment Banking: Valuation, Leveraged Buyouts, and Mergers & Acquisitions"



As always, we are very appreciative of your continued support. We look forward to reconnecting with all of you at this year's event!

If you have any questions, please contact Joseph Acoury (joseph.acoury@gmail.com), Paul Chamesian (pchamesian@gmail.com), Raveena Kumar (raveena.kumar55@gmail.com), Neilank Avani (21navani@gmail.com), or the LIBOR Account via rulibor@gmail.com


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