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March 1921, 2015

Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel


New York City

WELCOME TO THE QUINNIPIAC G.A.M.E. V FORUM


ver the next 2 days, the fifth annual Quinnipiac Global Asset Management Education (G.A.M.E.) V
Forum is bringing an international group of current and future leaders from the financial services
industry together to explore important developments, challenges and opportunities facing investment
professionals within our global financial markets.

Industry support for this innovative investment conference is very strong. G.A.M.E. V Forum co-sponsors
Nasdaq and American Realty Capital, and strategic partners CFA Institute, Davidson Investment Advisors,
Eagle Asset Management, The Hartford, LPL Financial, Morningstar and The Options Industry Council
are joined by 84 firms and organizations in providing more than 100 keynote speakers, panelists, workshop
presenters and student-managed portfolio competition judges. The global dimension of the Quinnipiac
G.A.M.E. V Forum also is reflected by our international group of participating students and their faculty
mentors from more than 140 colleges and universities, representing more than 40 countries and 39 states.
Today, 15 keynote speakers will explore the global markets, corporate governance, global economy and
investment strategy. After the keynote speaker panelists make their initial comments, the moderator will
welcome questions from students in the audience. This will be your first opportunity to interact with top
leaders in the financial services industry.
On day two of G.A.M.E., students and faculty will participate in a number of concurrent breakout sessions,
including panel discussions, workshop presentations and three keynote perspectives that will explore
portfolio management, equity analysis, asset allocation, risk and ethical decision making, to name a few.
G.A.M.E. concludes on day three with a focus on careers and academic program development. Your
G.A.M.E. experience will be rounded out through interactive career discussions with a group of young
professionals who once sat in your shoes.
We hope to see you again at the Quinnipiac G.A.M.E. VI Forum March 31April 2, 2016, in New York City.
More information will be available at qgame.quinnipiac.edu, by email at qgame@quinnipiac.edu or call
203-582-3888.
Sincerely,

DR. DAVID A. SAUER


Founder, Managing Director & Program Co-chair
Quinnipiac G.A.M.E. V Forum
Professor of Finance
Quinnipiac University

QUINNIPIAC G.A.M.E. V FORUM STRATEGIC PARTNERS


NASDAQ

DAVIDSON INVESTMENT ADVISORS

Nasdaq (NASDAQ: NDAQ) is a


leading provider of trading, exchange
technology, information and public
company services across six continents. Through its diverse portfolio of
solutions, Nasdaq enables customers to plan, optimize and execute their
business vision with confidence, using proven technologies that provide
transparency and insight for navigating todays global capital markets.
As the creator of the world's first electronic stock market, its technology
powers more than 70 marketplaces in 50 countries, and one in 10 of the
worlds securities transactions. Nasdaq is home to more than 3,400
listed companies with a market value of over $8.5 trillion. To learn
more, visit http://business.nasdaq.com.

Davidson Investment Advisors,


an SEC registered investment
adviser, has provided asset
management services for
corporations, employee benefit plans, foundations and trusts since 1975,
applying a consistent, repeatable and time-tested approach to portfolio
management with a particular focus on the application of independent
thought within the context of a team orientation. The firm offers four
distinct investment strategies managed by a team of investment
professionals whose considerable depth and breadth of experience
within the capital markets allows for a truly unique perspective.
Davidsons investment base of operations is equally divided between
Great Falls, Mont., and Seattle while Denver serves as a marketing
and client servicing office. More information is available at
www.davidsoncompanies.com/dia/

AMERICAN REALTY CAPITAL


American Realty Capitals investment programs
are designed to provide strong current returns,
plus the potential for capital appreciation and a
clear alignment of interests between management
and the investor. Currently, ARCs programs
include public real estate investment trusts
(REITs) specializing in: net leases; corporate sale leasebacks; retail
properties, including grocery-anchored, power and lifestyle centers;
and a New York City recovery fund. ARC also sponsors a business
development company that makes business loans to primarily middlemarket private companies, and externally advises American Realty
Capital Properties, (NASDAQ: ARCP) a net lease property company
that trades on Nasdaq. For additional information about American
Reality Capital, visit www.americanrealtycap.com.

CFA INSTITUTE
CFA Institute is the global
association of investment
professionals that sets the
standard for professional excellence. We administer the CFA and
CIPM credentials and the Claritas Investment Certificate, and offer
world-class education and professional development opportunities. The
organization is a champion for ethical behavior in investment markets
and a respected source of knowledge in the global financial community.
The end goal is to create an environment where investors interests come
first, markets function at their best and economies grow. CFA Institute
has more than 129,000 members in 147 countries and territories,
including 122,000 CFA charterholders and 144 member societies.
For more information, visit www.cfainstitute.org.

EAGLE ASSET MANAGEMENT


Since 1976 Eagle has been
committed to employing
investment managers with
extensive experience in the investment-management industry. In fact, its
managing directors have an average 25 years of investment experience
and average firm tenure of more than a decade. Over the years, Eagle
has sought portfolio managers who possess the rare talent and insight
required to construct portfolios that limit downside risk and add alpha
over time. Eagle is as committed to providing its clients superior
performance today as the day it was founded 35 years ago. Its that
unwavering dedication that helps ensure Eagle will be around for
another 35 years. Additional information is available at
www.eagleasset.com.

THE HARTFORD
Celebrating 200-plus years of helping its
customers achieve whats ahead, The Hartford
(NYSE: HIG) is an insurance and wealth
management company. Through its unique
focus on customer needs, the company serves
businesses and consumers by providing the
products and solutions they need to protect their assets and income
from risks and manage their wealth and retirement needs. A Fortune
100 company, The Hartford is recognized widely for its service expertise
and as one of the worlds most ethical companies. More information on
the company and its financial performance is available at
www.thehartford.com.

LPL FINANCIAL
LPL Financial was founded
with the vision of helping
entrepreneurial financial
advisers establish successful businesses through which they could
offer truly independent financial guidance and advice. Today, with
headquarters in Boston, Charlotte and San Diego, LPL Financial and
its more than 3,000 employees support more than 14,000 financial
advisers in communities across the United States, enabling them to
provide objective, conflict-free financial advice to millions of Main
Street Americans. For more information about LPL Financial, visit
www.lpl.com.

QUINNIPIAC G.A.M.E. V FORUM STRATEGIC PARTNERS


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MORNINGSTAR, INC.

QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY

Morningstar, Inc. is a leading


provider of independent investment
research in North America, Europe,
Australia and Asia. The company offers an extensive line of products
and services for individuals, financial advisers and institutions.
Morningstar provides data on approximately 500,000 investment
offerings, including stocks, mutual funds and similar vehicles, along
with real-time global market data on more than 14 million equities,
indexes, futures, options, commodities and precious metals, in addition
to foreign exchange and Treasury markets. Morningstar also offers
investment management services through its registered investment
advisor subsidiaries and has more than $170 billion in assets under
advisement or management as of Dec. 31, 2014. The company has
operations in 27 countries. Additional information is available at
www.morningstar.com.

Quinnipiac University offers


75 undergraduate and graduate
programs to 6,500 undergraduate
and 2,500 graduate, law and
medical students through its
Schools of Business & Engineering, Communications, Education,
Health Sciences, Law, Nursing, the College of Arts and Sciences and
the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine. The School of Business
is accredited by AACSB InternationalThe Association to Advance
Collegiate Schools of Business.

OPTIONS INDUSTRY COUNCIL


The Options Industry Council
(OIC) is an educational
organization funded by the
nations options exchanges and OCC and is dedicated to helping
individual investors, financial advisers and institutions understand the
benefits and risks of exchange-traded options. For more than 20 years,
the contributions that OIC has made to the investing and brokerage
communities have been significant to the growth of the options
industry. OIC conducts hundreds of seminars, distributes educational
materials, maintains a website and offers live help from options
professionals. For more information, visit: www.OptionsEducation.org.

Quinnipiacs 250-acre Mount Carmel Campus, next to Sleeping Giant


State Park, contains academic buildings and residence halls. The nearby
250-acre York Hill Campus houses the TD Bank Sports Center, plus
new residence halls for 2,000 students, the Rocky Top Student Center
and 2,000-car parking garage. A third 104-acre campus in North Haven
serves as home to the School of Health Sciences, School of Education,
School of Nursing, the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine and
other graduate programs. The University consistently ranks among the
top regional universities in the North in U.S. News & World Reports
Americas Best Colleges issue. The 2015 issue named Quinnipiac the
top up-and-coming university in the North region for the third
consecutive year. For more information about Quinnipiac University,
visit www.quinnipiac.edu.

PARTICIPATING FIRMS & ORGANIZATIONS


400 Capital Management LLC
Chris Hentemann

CFP Board
Joseph V. Maugeri, CFP

Independent Director
Dr. Bob Froehlich

SkyBridge Capital
Daniel Barile, CFA, CAIA

Alleghany Capital
John Daly

Charles Schwab & Co. Inc.


Randy Frederick

International Securities Exchange


Gary Katz

Alpha Bronze LLC


Pascal Nigen

Chicago Board of Options Exchange


Russell Rhoads, CFA

Altaira Ltd.
Ralph Acampora, CMT

Cleveland Research Company


Matthew R. Delly
Bryan Merolla, CFA

J.P. Morgan Asset Management


Joshua Hemmert
Rebecca Mitchem
Eric Wald

Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young


LLP
Fabio Battaglia
Christopher J. Zimmerman

Alternative Capital Advisers


Gib Dunham

Columbia University
Damon Wright

AMERRA Capital Management


LLC
Chia-Ying Chung

Courier Capital Corporation


Steven Gattuso, CFA, CFP, CMA

Ares Management
Bojan Bajic

CQA
Dan Cardell

Bank Leumi USA


Chris Neidhart

Credit Suisse
Chrissy Perrotta
Emily Fitz Randolph

Baruch College
Bruce Kamich
BlackRock
Ike Helene
Ned Rosenman
Paige Simmons
Bloomberg Brief
Richard Yamarone
Bloomberg News
Callie Bost
Tom Keene, CFA
BofA Merrill Lynch Global
Research
Emanuella Enenajor
Stephen Suttmeier CFA, CMT
Brookfield Investment
Management Inc.
Thomas Butcher
Brown Brothers Harriman
Kyle Barndollar
Andrew Hodgkins, CFA
Jeffrey Price
CAIA Association
Dr. Keith Black, CFA, CAIA
Capital Group
Margaret Timmons
Catalus Capital
Phil Smith
CFA Institute
Dr. Charles Appeadu, CFA, FRM,
CAIA
Dr. Michael G. McMillan, CFA, CPA
Kurt Schacht, JD, CFA
Greg Siegel, CFA

DTCC
Jim Binder
E*TRADE Financial
Dave Whitmore
Ernst & Young Financial
Services Office
Jason Schafer
Evercore
Randi Brown
Fidessa
Dorothy Ferlanti
Flaherty & Crumrine Inc.
Bradford S. Stone
GARP
William H. May
Gerson Lehrman Group
Rick Bensignor

Janney Montgomery Scott LLC


Seth Diamond

TD Ameritrade
JJ Kinahan
Mary Ryan
Temple University
Dr. Bruce B. Rader, CFA

KeyBanc Capital Markets


Ryan Hartzell
George Sent

TLP Trading
Jane Bronson

Lazard Asset Management


Chelsea Williams

TMX Montreal Exchange


Josiane Lanoue

Merrill Lynch
David Breslin

tradeMONSTER.COM
Jon Najarian

MKM Partners
Jonathan Krinsky, CMT

University of Chicago
Jane Bronson

Morgan Stanley
Damon Wright

University of Maine
Dr. Robert Strong, CFA

Morgan Stanley Wealth


Management
David Darst, CFA

University of Northern Colorado


Dr. John Clinebell

Morningstar Inc.
Mark Barnett
Robert Johnson, CFA
Nasdaq
Robert H. McCooey Jr.
New York Stock Exchange
Bill Ryan
Northern Trust
Grant Rickelman
optionMONSTER.COM
Jon Najarian

Glenrock Asset Management


John Mantia

Options Industry Council


Joe Burgoyne
Eric Cott

Goldman Sachs
Abby Joseph Cohen, CFA
Salina Sabri

Primary Care Development


Corporation
Michaele Evans

Goldman Sachs Bank USA


Samantha Batista

Private Advisor Group


Guy Adami

Greenwich Wealth Management


LLC
Dr. Vahan Janjigian, CFA

Quinnipiac University
Dr. David A. Sauer
Dr. Mark Thompson

HPM Partners LLC


Benjamin A. Pace III

Richard Bernstein Advisors LLC


Rich Bernstein

Huntington Bank
John Augustine, CFA

Ritholtz Wealth
Josh Brown

University of Pennsylvania
John Daly
Value Architects Asset Management
Richard H. Konrad, CFA, CFP, MSF
Villanova University
Dr. David Nawrocki
Virtus Investment Partners
Joe Terranova
Voya Investment Management
Douglas Cot, CFA
Wall Street Journal
Geoffrey Rogow
Wells Fargo Bank N.A.
Jeff Rombach, CPA
Yahoo Finance
Phil Pearlman

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
RALPH ACAMPORA, CMT

ABBY JOSEPH COHEN, CFA

Senior Managing Director


Altaira Ltd.

Senior Investment Strategist & President


Global Markets Institute, Goldman Sachs

Ralph Acampora is senior managing director of


Altaira Ltd. and a pioneer in the development of
market analytics. He has a global reputation as a
market historian and a technical analyst, providing
unique insights on market timing and related investment strategy issues.
Acampora was previously the New York Institute of Finances director
of technical analysis studies. He taught at the institute for nearly 40
years. Before joining NYIF, he was director of technical research at
Knight Equity Markets and also worked for 15 years at Prudential
Equity Groups as director of technical analysis. As one of Wall Streets
most respected technical analysts, he has consistently been ranked by
Institutional Investor for more than 10 years. He is a chartered market
technician (CMT), a designation he helped create.

GUY ADAMI
Chief Market Strategist & Director of
Advisor Advocacy, Private Advisor Group;
Fast Money Contributor, CNBC
Guy Adami is an independent trader and one of
the original Fast Money Five on CNBCs Fast
Money and chief market strategist and director of
advisor advocacy for Private Advisor Group. PAG serves the unique
needs of almost 500 independent advisors. Adami, a veteran financial
services leader, has held numerous key leadership roles in the financial
services industry. He began his career at Drexel Burnham Lambert in
1986 and was quickly promoted to vice president and head gold trader
at the firm. He joined Goldman Sachs in 1996 as the head gold trader
and one of the many proprietary traders within the fixed income
currency and commodity division. In the spring of 2000, Adami moved
to the U.S. equities division of Goldman Sachs, where he headed the
firms industrial/basic material group. Adami also served as executive
director at CIBC World Markets in 2003 in the U.S. equities division,
where he was head of the sector in charge of the industrial/basic
material group. He earned a BS from Georgetown University.

Abby Joseph Cohen is president of the Global


Markets Institute and senior investment strategist
at Goldman Sachs, where she serves on the firms
U.S. retirement investment committee and has
served on the partnership committee. She joined Goldman Sachs in
1990 and was named partner in 1998. She previously specialized in
quantitative strategy and economics at other major financial firms.
Outside of work, Cohen serves on the White House-appointed
Innovation Advisory Board for economic competitiveness. She chairs
the board of trustees of the Jewish Theological Seminary and serves as
a presidential councillor at Cornell University and on the boards of
the Weill Cornell Medical College, the Brookings Institution and
The Economic Club of New York. She is a former board chair of the
Chartered Financial Analyst Institute. Cohen earned degrees in
economics from Cornell University and George Washington University.

DOUGLAS COT, CFA


Chief Market Strategist
Voya Investment Management
Douglas Cot, CFA, is the Voya Investment
Management chief market strategist and the
senior portfolio manager for the Global
Perspectives funds, a group of global tactical asset
allocation strategies. With more than 20 years of active money
management experience as a portfolio manager and hedge fund chief
investment officer, Cot delivers hands-on interpretations of the forces
driving capital markets and effective ways to respond. In his former role
as a portfolio manager with ING, he managed more than $14 billion
in equity assets. Cot is featured regularly on CNBCs Closing Bell,
Bloomberg TV's "In the Loop with Betty Liu," Fox Business, and
other media outlets. A recognized authority on trading cost, impact
and timing risk, he has been published in the International Journal of
Managerial Finance and other publications, coining the term Honest
EPS as a way of identifying high-quality stocks.

RICHARD BERNSTEIN

DAVID M. DARST, CFA

Chief Executive Officer


Richard Bernstein Advisors, LLC

Former Managing Director &


Chief Investment Strategist
Morgan Stanley Wealth Management

Richard Bernstein is chief executive officer of


Richard Bernstein Advisors, LLC, an investment
firm specializing in longer-term, client-focused
investments. Previously, he was head of the
Investment Strategy Group at Merrill Lynch & Co., and also held
positions at E.F. Hutton and Chase Econometrics/IDC. Prior to
Merrill Lynch, he worked on Wall Street for more than 25 years.
He is the author of Style Investing: Unique Insight into Equity
Management, and Navigate the Noise: Investing in the New Age
of Media and Hype. Bernstein was named to Institutional Investor
magazines All-America Research Team 18 times, and to the First
Team 10 times. He was twice named to both Fortune magazines
All-Star Analysts and SmartMoney magazines Power 30. He
earned his BA from Hamilton College and his MBA from New York
University.

David M. Darst was a managing director and chief


investment strategist at Morgan Stanley Wealth
Management for 17 years, founding president of
the Morgan Stanley Investment Group and founding chairman of the
Morgan Stanley Wealth Management Asset Allocation Committee.
He joined Morgan Stanley in 1996 from Goldman Sachs, where he held
senior management posts within the equities division and also served
as resident manager of its private bank in Zurich. Darst has written 11
books including the bestselling The Little Book That Still Saves Your
Assets. He appears frequently on CNBC, Bloomberg, FOX and other
networks and has contributed numerous articles to Barrons, Euromoney
and The Money Manager. Darst earned his MBA from Harvard
Business School and has a bachelors in economics from Yale University.
He has lectured extensively at Wharton, Columbia, INSEAD and
New York University business schools, and was a visiting faculty
member at Yale College, Yale School of Management and Harvard
Business School. He is a CFA charterholder and a member of the
New York Society of Security Analysts and the CFA Institute.

EMANUELLA ENENAJOR

GARY KATZ

Senior Canada & U.S. Economist


BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research

President & Chief Executive Officer


International Securities Exchange

Emanuella Enenajor is the senior Canada and


U.S. economist at BofA Merrill Lynch Global
Research. In this role, she covers Canadian data
and economic news for the firms trading floor
and clients, runs the Canadian macro model and is responsible for the
Canadian growth, inflation and monetary policy calls. Enenajor also
supports U.S. economics as a trading floor and research economist,
providing rapid analysis of high-frequency data and publishing research
on key economic themes. She worked previously as an economist at
CIBC and an analyst in the financial markets group at the Bank of
Canada, where she published research on the impact of monetary policy
on financial markets. Enenajor received her bachelor of science and
master of financial economics degrees from the University of Toronto.

DR. BOB FROEHLICH


Independent Director
Bob Froehlich brings more than 35 years of Wall
Street experience where he chaired investment
committees for multiple global asset management
organizations including Deutsche Bank, Hartford
and Kemper Funds. He was elected to three
All American institutional research teams. Froehlich has delivered
investment speeches spanning 107 different countries, as well as
having six investment books published and translated into 10 different
languages. Since his retirement from Wall Street, he has begun a new
chapter in his professional career by building a portfolio of boards of
directors. He currently serves on the boards of three public companies:
ARC Daily NAV Trust, Inc.; ARC Healthcare Trust II, Inc.; and
ARC Realty Finance Trust, Inc. He also serves as a trustee for two
mutual fund companiesHighland Capital Mutual Funds and Realty
Capital Income Funds. Froehlich also serves on the board of Davidson
Investment Advisors and is the chairman, chief executive officer,
president and owner of the Kane County Cougars Baseball Club, the
Class A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks.

ROBERT JOHNSON, CFA


Director of Economic Analysis
Morningstar, Inc.
As director of economic analysis for Morningstar,
Robert Johnson meets regularly with
Morningstars sector teams to gather the latest
economic data from more than 120 Morningstar
equity and credit analysts globally. He disseminates this information to
other sector teams and to Morningstar subscribers via weekly columns
and videos on Morningstar.com. In addition, Johnson provides
economic data to individual analysts to help them formulate their
opinions on debt and equity securities. Prior to his current position,
Johnson was an associate director of equity analysis for Morningstars
technology team for more than four years. He has 30-plus years of
investment industry experience, including both buy-side and sell-side
assignments as a research analyst. Previously, he was employed at Stein
Roe & Farnham, Rotan Mosle, and ABN AMRO. Johnson earned a
BS in chemistry and business administration from Carroll College
and an MBA from Harvard University. He also holds the Chartered
Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.

Gary Katz is president and chief executive officer


of the International Securities Exchange and a
co-founder of the company. Prior to his current
position, he served as CEO. He is one of the
principal developers of the unique options market structurean auction
market on an electronic platformused by both ISE and ISE Gemini.
Before ISE, Katz served from 199798 as president and co-founder
of K-Squared Research, a financial services consulting firm. From
198697, he held several positions in the options and index products
division at the New York Stock Exchange, where he became managing
director. During his tenure at NYSE, Katz also was a co-founder of the
Options Industry Council. Before 1986, Katz was an actuary with the
Equitable Life Assurance Company and an associate of the Society of
Actuaries. Katz taught business mathematics applications as an adjunct
professor of statistics at the Stern School of Business, New York
University, and also taught options strategies and pricing at the New
York Institute of Finance. He earned an MS in statistics from New
York University and a BA from Queens College.

TOM KEENE
Editor-At-Large
Bloomberg News
Tom Keene is an editor-at-large at Bloomberg
News and host of Bloomberg Surveillance, the
morning program featuring economic, finance and
investment news. He can be heard on the program
starting at 6 a.m. across Bloomberg TV, radio, Bloomberg.com and
Bloombergs devices for mobile and tablets. In addition, Keene provides
economic and investment perspective to Bloomberg TV and to its
various news divisions. He also founded the Chart of the Day article,
available on the Bloomberg Professional Service. Keene is the editor
of Flying on One Engine: The Bloomberg Book of Master Market
Economists (2005). He is a graduate of the Rochester Institute of
Technology and is enrolled in courses at the external programme of
the London School of Economics & Political Science. A chartered
financial analyst, Keene is a member of the CFA Institute, the
National Association for Business Economics, the American Economic
Association and the Economic Club of New York.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS continued


JJ KINAHAN

BENJAMIN A. PACE

Chief Strategist
TD Ameritrade

Chief Investment Officer & Partner


HPM Partners LLC

JJ Kinahan, chief strategist for TD Ameritrade,


began his career as a Chicago Board Options
Exchange market maker in 1985, trading
primarily in the S&P 100 and S&P 500 pits.
While mainly an independent market maker, he also worked for ING
Bank, Blue Capital and was managing director of option trading for
Van Der Moolen, USA. In 2006, Kinahan joined the thinkorswim
group, which eventually was acquired by TD Ameritrade. He led the
Educational Events Team, working to implement the instructional
path for thousands of investors throughout the United States. In 2009
he became the managing director of active trader services. Kinahan,
a 25-year trading veteran, is a frequent CNBC commentator, a Forbes
contributor and is often quoted in the Wall Street Journal, the Financial
Times and many other media outlets. He is also a member of the board
of directors at NYSE Arca and is a member of the Arbitration
Committee at the Chicago Board Options Exchange.

ROBERT H. MCCOOEY JR.


Senior Vice President, Listing Services
Nasdaq
Robert H. McCooey Jr. is a senior vice president
of Nasdaqs Listing Services unit. He is
responsible for relationship management with
Nasdaqs 3,400 listed companies and leads the
firms global key account management program. Previously, he ran new
listings and the capital markets group at Nasdaq. In this role, McCooey
managed Nasdaqs new listings efforts domestically, in the Americas and
throughout the Asia Pacific region. Before joining Nasdaq, McCooey
founded and served as the chief executive officer of The Griswold
Company, a brokerage company, from 1988 to 2006. He was a member
of the New York Stock Exchange Board of Executives from 200306.
He is a regular guest on CNBC for the segment Street Signs.
McCooey graduated from the College of the Holy Cross.

JON NAJARIAN
Co-Founder, optionMONSTER.COM
& tradeMONSTER.com;
CNBC Contributor
Jon Najarian is co-founder of optionMONSTER
and tradeMONSTER, co-lead analyst for the
InsideOptions trade idea alert systems, and a
CNBC contributor. He spent the first 29 years of his trading career in
and around the pits of the Chicago exchanges. He is a frequent
contributor to CNBC, the Wall Street Journal, and other prominent
financial media organizations. He also co-developed the patented
trading algorithm the Heat Seeker, used to detect unusual trading
activity. Najarian was a linebacker for the Chicago Bears before
launching his business career.

Benjamin A. Pace is chief investment officer


and a member of HPM Partners Investment
Committee. He has more than 25 years of
experience in investment management. Prior to
joining HPM Partners, he was chief investment officer and head of
global investment solutions for Deutsche Bank Private Wealth
Management in the U.S. In his role as CIO, he sat on the PWM Global
Investment Committee, providing input on the U.S. economy and
capital markets and overseeing the investment strategy and asset
allocation for PWM clients in the U.S. Prior to joining Deutsche
Bank in 1994, he managed equity income funds for two investment
organizations and served as a securities analyst with particular emphasis
on the financial services and health care industries. Pace has been
featured in the Wall Street Journal and is a frequent commentator on
Bloomberg TV and radio, Fox TV and CNBC, appearing regularly
on programs such as Power Lunch, The Closing Bell and Squawk
Box. He earned a BA in economics from Columbia University and an
MBA in finance from New York University.

KURT SCHACHT, JD, CFA


Managing Director, Standards and
Financial Market Integrity Division
CFA Institute; Chairman, SEC Investor
Advisory Committee
Kurt Schachts 25-year career in law and
investment management bridges two professions
and industries. As an attorney, he is an expert on securities, hedge fund
and derivatives regulation, as well as investor protection and compliance.
On the investment side, he began his career as a floor trader in the
Chicago commodity pits and later worked with mutual funds, hedge
funds, and a major public pension system. Schacht directs CFA
Institutes efforts to represent the views of investment professionals to
regulatory authorities and legislative bodies worldwide on issues that
affect the practice of financial analysis, investment management,
investor protections and market misconduct. He chairs the U.S.
Securities and Exchange Commission Investor Advisory Committee
and is on the advisory board of the Millstein Center for Global Markets
at Columbia Law School. He has provided print and broadcast media
commentary on market and investor protection issues, and his blog
commentaries are available on the CFA Institutes website on market
integrity insights. Schacht earned a BS in chemistry and a law degree
from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

JOSEPH M. TERRANOVA
Chief Market Strategist
Virtus Investment Partners &
Fast Money Contributor, CNBC
Joe Terranova is chief market strategist for Virtus
Investment Partners. He works with the regional
sales teams and financial advisers who sell the
companys investment products, providing insight into the domestic
and global investing landscape. Terranova has represented Virtus as a
keynote speaker and is a member of the firms Investment Oversight
Committee. Before joining Virtus in 2008, he spent 18 years at MBF
Clearing Corp., rising to the position of director of trading for the
company and its subsidiaries. He is known for his risk-management
skills, honed while overseeing MBFs proprietary trading operations
during some of the most calamitous times for the U.S. markets,
including the first Gulf War, the 1998 Asian Crisis and 9/11. He is a
panelist on CNBCs Fast Money and a frequent panelist on Fast
Money Halftime Report. He has a bachelors degree in finance from
the Peter J. Tobin College of Business at St. Johns University.

RICHARD YAMARONE
Senior Economist
Bloomberg Brief
Richard Yamarone is an economist with three
decades of experience. He focuses on monetary
and fiscal policy, economic indicators, fixed
income and general macroeconomic conditions
for Bloomberg Brief: Economics, a daily newsletter. He is the creator
of the Bloomberg Orange Book, a compilation of macroeconomic
anecdotes gleaned from comments CEOs and CFOs made on quarterly
earnings conference calls. He travels extensively to speak to clients
and corporate executives on the economic outlook and career and
management coaching. Earlier in his career, Yamarone was director of
economic research at Argus Research and a member of the firms
investment policy committee. He has been a consultant to monetary
and fiscal policymakers, served as an economic adviser to major U.S.
corporations and has held senior positions for several international and
domestic money centers and investment banks. Yamarone has taught
courses on macroeconomics and economic indicators at several colleges
and is the author of the Traders Guide to Key Economic Indicators
(Bloomberg Press, 2012).

SAVE THE DATE


March 31April 2, 2016
New York, New York

QUINNIPIAC G.A.M.E. V FORUM


THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 2015
Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel

6:307:45 a.m.

Event Check-in &


Metropolitan Ballroom (Second Floor)
Continental Breakfast Sponsored by: Options Industry Council
with Exhibitors

88:15 a.m.

Opening Remarks

Dr. Mark Thompson, Executive Vice President & Provost, Quinnipiac University
Welcome from Quinnipiac University
Dr. David A. Sauer, Founder, Managing Director & Program Co-Chair,
Quinnipiac G.A.M.E. V Forum, Quinnipiac University
Forum Overview

8:15 a.m.4:30 p.m.

Moderator

Dr. Bob Froehlich, Independent Director

8:159:45 a.m.

Keynote Panel

Topic: Global Markets


Panelists:
Ralph Acampora, CMT, Senior Managing Director, Altaira Ltd.
Guy Adami, Chief Market Strategist & Director of Advisor Advocacy, Private Advisor Group &
Fast Money Contributor, CNBC
Abby Joseph Cohen, CFA, Senior Investment Strategist & President Global Markets Institute,
Goldman Sachs

9:4510:15 a.m.

Break

Sponsored by: Quinnipiac University

10:1511:30 a.m.

Keynote Panel

Topic: Corporate Governance


Panelists:
Gary Katz, President & Chief Executive Officer, International Securities Exchange
Robert H. McCooey Jr., Senior Vice President, Listing Services, Nasdaq
Kurt Schacht, JD, CFA, Managing Director, Standards & Financial Market Integrity Division,
CFA Institute

11:30 a.m.1 p.m.

Break for Lunch

Lunch in New York City

12:30 p.m.

Keynote Panel

Topic: Global Economy


Panelists:
Douglas Cot, CFA, Chief Market Strategist & Senior Portfolio Manager, Voya Investment
Management
Emanuella Enenajor, Senior Canada & U.S. Economist, BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research
Robert Johnson, CFA, Director of Economic Analysis, Morningstar, Inc.
Tom Keene, CFA, Editor-At-Large, Bloomberg News

2:303 p.m.

Break

34:30 p.m.

Keynote Panel

Topic: Investment Strategy


Panelists:
Rich Bernstein, Chief Executive Officer, Richard Bernstein Advisors, LLC
JJ Kinahan, Chief Strategist, TD Ameritrade
Jon Najarian, Co-Founder, optionMONSTER.COM & tradeMONSTER.COM;
CNBC Contributor
Benjamin A. Pace III, Chief Investment Officer & Partner, HPM Partners, LLC

QUINNIPIAC G.A.M.E. V FORUM


FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 2015
Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel

89 a.m.

Light Continental
Breakfast with
Exhibitors

New York Ballroom West (Third Floor)


Sponsored by: Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young, LLP

910 a.m.

Session I

See sessions & locations below

New York
Ballroom East
(Third Floor)

Keynote Perspective

Asset Allocation & Investment Strategy in 2015 & Beyond


Moderator:
John Augustine, CFA, Chief Investment Officer, Huntington Bank, Columbus, Ohio
Keynote Speaker:
David Darst, CFA, Former Managing Director & Chief Investment Strategist, Morgan Stanley
Wealth Management

Central Park West


(Second Floor)

Panel Discussion

The 90-minute Equity Analyst


Matthew R. Delly, Senior Research Analyst & Partner, Cleveland Research Company,
Cleveland, Ohio
Bryan Merolla, CFA, Senior Research Analyst & Partner, Cleveland Research Company,
Cleveland, Ohio

Gramercy
(Lower Level)

Panel Discussion

Mergers & AcquisitionsMarket Update & the Role of Investment Bankers


Ryan Hartzell, Vice President, Consumer & Retail Investment Banking, KeyBanc Capital Markets,
Cleveland, Ohio
George Sent, Director, Mergers & Acquisitions, KeyBanc Capital Markets, Cleveland, Ohio

Riverside Ballroom
(Third Level)

Panel Discussion

Recruiting Process, Debunking Myths & Interview Tips


Randi Brown, Director, Head of Recruiting & Training, Evercore, New York, New York
Chrissy Perrotta, Firmwide Campus Recruiting, Credit Suisse, New York, New York
Emily Fitz Randolph, Vice President, Investment Banking Campus Recruiting, Credit Suisse,
New York, New York
Chelsea Williams, HR Associate, Lazard Asset Management, New York, New York

Riverside Suite
(Third Floor)

Perspective

The Future of Quantitative Investing


Dan Cardell, Chairman, CQA, Chicago, Illinois

Murray Hill
(Lower Level)

Panel Discussion

Meet the Brokers


Moderator:
Joe Burgoyne, Director, Options Industry Council, Chicago, Illinois
Panelists:
Randy Frederick, Managing Director, Charles Schwab & Co., Inc., Austin, Texas
Mary Ryan, Manager, TD Ameritrade U, TD Ameritrade, Chicago, Illinois
Dave Whitmore, Senior Strategist, Investor Education E*TRADE Financial, Jersey City, New Jersey

Sutton Place
(Lower Level)

Panel Discussion

Operation & Regulation of Investment Vehicles:


Mutual Funds, Exchange-Traded Funds & Hedge Funds
Fabio Battaglia, Partner, Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young, LLP, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Aidan OConnor, Senior Counsel to the Director of the Division of Investment Management,
U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission, Washington, D.C.
Christopher J. Zimmerman, Partner, Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young, LLP, Washington, D.C.

Liberty 4
(Third Floor)

Workshop

Middle Market Corporate Lending


Chris Neidhart, Vice President, Bank Leumi USA, Chicago, Illinois

Liberty 5
(Third Floor)

Workshop

Institutional Marketing & Relationship Development


Margaret Timmons, Institutional Relationship Specialist, Capital Group, New York, New York

1010:30 a.m.

Break

New York Ballroom West (Third Floor)


Sponsored by: Quinnipiac University School of Business

QUINNIPIAC G.A.M.E. V FORUM


FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 2015

continued

Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel

10:3011:30 a.m.

Session II

See sessions listed below

New York
Ballroom East
(Third Floor)

Keynote Perspective

Rent the Macro Consensus, Dont Own It


Joe Terranova, Chief Investment Strategist, Virtus Investment Partners & Fast Money
Contributor, CNBC

Central Park West


(Second Floor)

Panel Discussion

The 90-minute Equity Analyst


Matthew R. Delly, Senior Research Analyst & Partner, Cleveland Research Company,
Cleveland, Ohio
Bryan Merolla, CFA, Senior Research Analyst & Partner, Cleveland Research Company,
Cleveland, Ohio

Gramercy
(Lower Level)

Panel Discussion

Mergers & Acquisitions Market Update & the Role of Investment Bankers
Ryan Hartzell, Vice President, Consumer & Retail Investment Banking, KeyBanc Capital
Markets, Cleveland, Ohio
George Sent, Director, Mergers & Acquisitions, KeyBanc Capital Markets, Cleveland, Ohio

Riverside Ballroom
(Third Floor)

Panel Discussion

Recruiting Process, Debunking Myths & Interview Tips


Randi Brown, Director, Head of Recruiting & Training, Evercore, New York, New York
Chrissy Perrotta, Firmwide Campus Recruiting, Credit Suisse, New York, New York
Emily Fitz Randolph, Vice President, Investment Banking Campus Recruiting, Credit Suisse,
New York, New York
Chelsea Williams, HR Associate, Lazard Asset Management, New York, New York

Riverside Suite
(Third Floor)

Workshop

The Power of Moats: Competitive Advantages Drive Superior Performance


Mark Barnett, Equity Analyst, Morningstar Inc.

Flatiron
(Lower Level)

Panel Discussion

Social Media in Financial Markets


Moderator:
Jim Binder, Director, Executive Communications & Content Development, DTCC, New York,
New York
Panelists:
Josh Brown, CEO, Ritholtz Wealth, New York, New York
Dorothy Ferlanti, Head of Marketing Communications, Americas, Fidessa, New York, New York
Phil Pearlman, Interactive Editor, Yahoo Finance, New York, New York

Murray Hill
(Lower Level)

Workshop

Option Strategies
Mary Ryan, Manager, TD Ameritrade U, TD Ameritrade, Chicago, Illinois

Sutton Place
(Lower Level)

Panel Discussion

Operation & Regulation of Investment Vehicles:


Mutual Funds, Exchange-Traded Funds & Hedge Funds
Fabio Battaglia, Partner, Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young, LLP, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Aidan OConnor, Senior Counsel to the Director of the Division of Investment Management,
U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission, Washington, D.C.
Christopher J. Zimmerman, Partner, Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young, LLP, Washington, D.C.

Union Square
(Lower Level)

Workshop

Protecting your Portfolio from Inflation: The Case for Real Assets
Dr. Keith Black, CFA, CAIA, Managing Director, Curriculum & Exams, CAIA Association,
Amherst, Massachusetts

Liberty 4
(Third Floor)

Workshop

The Canadian Options Market


Josiane Lanoue, Senior Manager, Business Development, Equity Derivatives TMX Montreal
Exchange, Montreal, Qubec

Liberty 5
(Third Floor)

Workshop

Institutional Marketing & Relationship Development


Margaret Timmons, Institutional Relationship Specialist, Capital Group, New York, New York

11:30 a.m.12:45 p.m. Break for Lunch

Lunch in New York City

QUINNIPIAC G.A.M.E. V FORUM


FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 2015

continued

Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel

12 p.m.

Session III

See sessions listed below

New York
Ballroom East
(Third Floor)

Panel Discussion

Portfolio Management
Moderator:
Dr. Charles Appeadu, CFA, FRM, CAIA, Head, University Relations, CFA Institute,
Charlottesville, Virginia
Panelists:
Daniel Barile, CFA, CAIA, Director & Senior Investment Analyst, SkyBridge Capital,
New York, New York
Richard H. Konrad, CFA, CFP, MSF, Portfolio Manager, Value Architects Asset Management,
Hoboken, New Jersey
Bradford S. Stone, Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer & Portfolio Manager,
Flaherty & Crumrine Inc., Summit, New Jersey

Central Park West


(Second Floor)

Featured Perspective

Trends in Portfolio Management


John Augustine, CFA, Chief Investment Officer, Huntington Bank, Columbus, Ohio

Gramercy
(Lower Level)

Featured Workshop

Technical Analysis
Ralph Acampora, CMT, Senior Managing Director, Altaira Ltd.

Riverside Ballroom
(Third Floor)

Panel Discussion

Real Estate: Investment, Capital & Financing


Jeff Rombach, CPA, Vice President, Commercial Real Estate, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.,
St. Louis, Missouri
Eric Wald, Associate, Global Real Assets, J.P. Morgan Asset Management, New York, New York

Riverside Suite
(Third Floor)

Workshop

Career Paths in Trading & Investing


Russell Rhoads, CFA, Senior Instructor, Options Institute, Chicago Board of Options Exchange,
Chicago, Illinois

Flatiron
(Lower Level)

Panel Discussion

Private Equity: Formulating an Investment Thesis


Kyle Barndollar, Associate, Brown Brothers Harriman, New York, New York
Andrew Hodgkins, CFA, Private Equity Analyst, Brown Brothers Harriman, New York, New York
Jeffrey Price, Vice President, Brown Brothers Harriman, New York, New York

Murray Hill
(Lower Level)

Workshop

Building Multi-Asset Portfolios: Lessons from Institutional Investors


Ned Rosenman, Vice President, Client Solutions, BlackRock, New York, New York

Sutton Place
(Lower Level)

Workshop

Ethical Dilemmas in Investment Management


Dr. Michael G. McMillan, CFA, CPA, Director, Institutional Partnerships, CFA Institute,
Alexandria, Virginia

Union Square
(Lower Level)

Panel Discussion

Academics & Advisers Share Their Thoughts on How Options Strategies Are Utilized by
Financial Advisors in Todays Markets
Moderator:
Eric Cott, Director, Options Industry Council, Chicago, Illinois
Panelists:
Seth Diamond, Vice President-Investments, Janney Montgomery Scott LLC, Glastonbury, Connecticut
Steven Gattuso, CFA, CFP, CMA, Senior Portfolio Manager, Courier Capital Corporation,
Buffalo, New York
Dr. Bruce B. Rader, CFA, Associate Professor of Finance, Temple University, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania

Liberty 4
(Third Floor)

Workshop

Middle Market Corporate Lending


Chris Neidhart, Vice President, Bank Leumi USA, Chicago, Illinois

Liberty 5
(Third Floor)

Workshop

Evolution of Private Banking from a Client-Facing Perspective


David Breslin, Director, Merrill Lynch, San Francisco, California

22:15 p.m.

Break

QUINNIPIAC G.A.M.E. V FORUM


FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 2015

continued

Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel

2:153:15 p.m.

Session IV

See sessions & locations below

New York
Ballroom East
(Third Floor)

Keynote Perspective

Wall Street Career Advice from a 30-Year Veteran


Richard Yamarone, Senior Economist, Bloomberg Brief

Gramercy
(Lower Level)

Workshop

Wealth Management
Grant Rickelman, Vice President, Northern Trust, New York, New York

Riverside Ballroom
(Third Floor)

Panel Discussion

Real Estate: Investment, Capital & Financing


Jeff Rombach, CPA, Vice President, Commercial Real Estate, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.,
St. Louis, Missouri
Eric Wald, Associate, Global Real Assets, J.P. Morgan Asset Management, New York, New York

Riverside Suite
(Third Floor)

Panel Discussion

So You Want to Trade Options


Joe Burgoyne, Director, Options Industry Council, Chicago, Illinois
Bill Ryan, NYSE Options Managing Director, New York Stock Exchange, An Intercontinental
Exchange Company, New York, New York

Flatiron
(Lower Level)

Panel Discussion

Private Equity: Formulating an Investment Thesis


Kyle Barndollar, Associate, Brown Brothers Harriman, New York, New York
Andrew Hodgkins, CFA, Private Equity Analyst, Brown Brothers Harriman, New York, New York
Jeffrey Price, Vice President, Brown Brothers Harriman, New York, New York

Murray Hill
(Lower Level)

Workshop

Building Multi-Asset Portfolios: Lessons from Institutional Investors


Ned Rosenman, Vice President, Client Solutions, BlackRock, New York, New York

Sutton Place
(Lower Level)

Panel Discussion

Multi-Asset Class Solutions: Is the Appeal of Risk Assets Waning?


Joshua Hemmert, Executive Director, GIM-Solutions, J.P. Morgan Asset Management,
New York, New York
Rebecca Mitchem, Associate, GIM-Solutions, J.P. Morgan Asset Management, New York,
New York

Union Square
(Lower Level)

Workshop

Agriculture Finance & the Commodities Cycle-Pricing & Subsidy Influences


Chia-Ying Chung, Investment Analyst, AMERRA Capital Management, LLC, New York,
New York

Liberty 4
(Third Floor)

Panel Discussion

Professional Designations in the Financial Industry


Moderator:
Dr. Charles Appeadu, CFA, FRM, CAIA, Head, University Relations, CFA Institute,
Charlottesville, Virginia
Panelists:
Dr. Keith Black, CFA, CAIA, Managing Director, Curriculum & Exams, CAIA Association,
Amherst, Massachusetts
Joseph V. Maugeri, CFP, Managing Director, Marketing & Corporate Relations, CFP Board,
Washington, D.C.
William H. May, Senior Vice President & FRM Program Manager, Global Association of Risk
Professionals, Jersey City, New Jersey
Greg Siegel, CFA, Director, Curriculum Products, CFA Institute, New York, New York

Liberty 5
(Third Floor)

Workshop

Evolution of Private Banking from a Client-Facing Perspective


David Breslin, Director, Merrill Lynch, San Francisco, California

3:153:30 p.m.

Break

QUINNIPIAC G.A.M.E. V FORUM


FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 2015

continued

Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel

3:304:30 p.m.

Session V

See sessions & locations below

Central Park West


(Second Floor)

Panel Discussion

Trends in the Investment Management Industry


Moderator:
Dr. Charles Appeadu, CFA, FRM, CAIA, Head, University Relations, CFA Institute,
Charlottesville, Virginia
Panelists:
Dr. Vahan Janjigian, CFA, Chief Investment Officer, Greenwich Wealth Management LLC,
Greenwich, Connecticut
Pascal Nigen, Managing Partner, Alpha Bronze LLC, New York, New York

Gramercy
(Lower Level)

Workshop

Wealth Management
Grant Rickelman, Vice President, Northern Trust, New York, New York

Riverside Ballroom
(Third Floor)

Panel Discussion

Alternative Investments Portfolio Managers


Moderator:
Dr. Keith Black, CFA, CAIA, Managing Director, Curriculum & Exams, CAIA Association,
Amherst, Massachusetts
Panelists:
Gib Dunham, Chief Investment Officer, Alternative Capital Advisers, New York, New York
Chris Hentemann, Managing Partner & Chief Investment Officer, 400 Capital Management LLC,
New York, New York

Riverside Suite
(Third Floor)

Panel Discussion

So You Want to Trade Options


Joe Burgoyne, Director, Options Industry Council, Chicago, Illinois
Bill Ryan, NYSE Options Managing Director, New York Stock Exchange, An Intercontinental
Exchange Company, New York, New York

Flatiron
(Lower Level)

Panel Discussion

Technical Analysis
Moderator:
Bruce Kamich, CMT, Adjunct Professor of Finance, Baruch College, New York, New York
Panelists:
Rick Bensignor, Behavioral Market Strategist, Gerson Lehrman Group, New York, New York
Jonathan Krinsky, CMT, Executive Director & Chief Market Technician, MKM Partners,
Stamford, Connecticut
Stephen Suttmeier CFA, CMT, Chief Equity Technical Strategist, BofA Merrill Lynch Global
Research, New York, New York

Murray Hill
(Lower Level)

Workshop

Career Paths in Trading & Investing


Russell Rhoads, CFA, Senior Instructor, Options Institute, Chicago Board of Options Exchange,
Chicago, Illinois

Sutton Place
(Lower Level)

Panel Discussion

Multi-Asset Class Solutions: Is the Appeal of Risk Assets Waning?


Joshua Hemmert, Executive Director, GIM-Solutions, J.P. Morgan Asset Management,
New York, New York
Rebecca Mitchem, Associate, GIM-Solutions, J.P. Morgan Asset Management, New York, New York

Union Square
(Lower Level)

Workshop

Agriculture Finance & the Commodities Cycle-Pricing & Subsidy Influences


Chia-Ying Chung, Investment Analyst, AMERRA Capital Management, LLC, New York, New York

Liberty 4
(Third Floor)

Workshop

Ethical Dilemmas in Investment Management


Dr. Michael G. McMillan, CFA, CPA, Director, Institutional Partnerships, CFA Institute,
Alexandria, Virginia

4:305:30 p.m.

Networking Reception & Awards Ceremony


New York Ballroom (Third Floor)
Sponsored by: CFA Institute

QUINNIPIAC G.A.M.E. V FORUM


SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 2015
Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel

89 a.m.

Light Continental
Breakfast

New York Ballroom West (Third Floor)


Sponsored by: Quinnipiac University

910 a.m.

Session VI

See sessions listed below

New York
Ballroom East
(Third Floor)

Presentation

CFA Institute: Raising Standards of Professional Excellence


Dr. Charles Appeadu, CFA, FRM, CAIA, Head, University Relations, CFA Institute,
Charlottesville, Virginia

Gramercy
(Lower Level)

Career Panel

Investment Banking
Samantha Batista, Senior Analyst, Goldman Sachs Bank USA, New York, New York
Michaele Evans, Associate, Primary Care Development Corporation, New York, New York
Salina Sabri, Associate, Structured Finance, Goldman Sachs, New York, New York

Riverside Ballroom
(Third Floor)

Career Panel

Asset Management
Ike Helene, Analyst, BlackRock, New York, New York
John Mantia, Analyst, Glenrock Asset Management, New York, New York
Paige Simmons, Analyst, BlackRock, New York, New York

Flatiron
(Lower Level)

Career Panel

Private Equity
Andrew Hodgkins, CFA, Private Equity Analyst, Brown Brothers Harriman, New York, New York
Phil Smith, Associate, Catalus Capital, New York, New York

Riverside Suite
(Third Floor)

Career Panel

MBA: The Value, Consequences & Potential in the Real World


Jane Bronson, CPA, Controller, TLP Trading; Booth School of Business, University of Chicago,
Class of 2015
John Daly, Vice President, Alleghany Capital; The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania,
Class of 2013
Damon Wright, Vice President, Morgan Stanley; Columbia Business School, Columbia University,
Class of 2014

QUINNIPIAC G.A.M.E. V FORUM


SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 2015

continued

Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel

Murray Hill
(Lower Level)

Career Panel

Financial Services Assurance, Advisory & Investment Management


Bojan Bajic, Associate, Ares Management, New York, New York
Jason Schafer, Senior Manager, Ernst & Young Financial Services Office, Los Angeles, California
Thomas Butcher, Associate, Structured Products Investments, Brookfield Investment
Management Inc., New York, New York

Sutton Place
(Lower Level)

Career Panel

Financial Media & Journalism


Callie Bost, Stocks/Options Reporter, Bloomberg News, New York, New York
Geoffrey Rogow, News Editor, Wall Street Journal, New York, New York

Union Square
(Lower Level)

Panel Discussion

Innovations in Investment Management Education


Dr. John Clinebell, Student & Foundation Fund, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley,
Colorado
Dr. David Nawrocki, Christopher Haley SMF, Villanova University, Villanova, Pennsylvania
Dr. David Sauer, Quinnipiac G.A.M.E. V Forum, Quinnipiac University, Hamden, Connecticut
Dr. Robert Strong, CFA, SPIFFY (Student Portfolio Investment Fund), University of Maine,
Orono, Maine

1010:30 a.m.

Break

10:3011:30 a.m.

Session VII

See sessions & locations below

New York
Ballroom East
(Third Floor)

Presentation

CFA Institute: Raising Standards of Professional Excellence


Dr. Charles Appeadu, CFA, FRM, CAIA, Head, University Relations, CFA Institute,
Charlottesville, Virginia

Gramercy
(Lower Level)

Career Panel

Investment Banking
Samantha Batista, Senior Analyst, Goldman Sachs Bank USA, New York, New York
Michaele Evans, Associate, Primary Care Development Corporation, New York, New York
Salina Sabri, Associate, Structured Finance, Goldman Sachs, New York, New York

QUINNIPIAC G.A.M.E. V FORUM


SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 2014

continued

Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel

Riverside Ballroom
(Third Floor)

Career Panel

Asset Management
Ike Helene, Analyst, BlackRock, New York, New York
John Mantia, Analyst, Glenrock Asset Management, New York, New York
Paige Simmons, Analyst, BlackRock, New York, New York

Flatiron
(Lower Level)

Career Panel

Private Equity
Andrew Hodgkins, CFA, Private Equity Analyst, Brown Brothers Harriman, New York, New York
Phil Smith, Associate, Catalus Capital, New York, New York

Riverside Suite
(Third Floor)

Career Panel

MBA: The Value, Consequences & Potential in the Real World


Jane Bronson, CPA, Controller, TLP Trading; Booth School of Business, University of Chicago,
Class of 2015
John Daly, Vice President, Alleghany Capital; The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania,
Class of 2013
Damon Wright, Vice President, Morgan Stanley; Columbia Business School, Columbia University,
Class of 2014

Murray Hill
(Lower Level)

Career Panel

Financial Services Assurance, Advisory & Investment Management


Bojan Bajic, Associate, Ares Management, New York, New York
Jason Schafer, Senior Manager, Ernst & Young Financial Services Office, Los Angeles, California
Thomas Butcher, Associate, Structured Products Investments, Brookfield Investment
Management Inc., New York, New York

Sutton Place
(Lower Level)

Career Panel

Financial Media & Journalism


Callie Bost, Stocks/Options Reporter, Bloomberg News, New York, New York
Geoffrey Rogow, News Editor, Wall Street Journal, New York, New York

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New York, New York
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