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    October 2, 2017 S. Donald Sussman Fellowship Award Lecture by Professor Robert C. Merton

     

    Meeting the Global Challenge of Funding Retirement: A Case Study of Financial Innovation in the Design andImplementation of a Solution

    Part Two of the Series: Observations on the Role of FinanceScience and Financial Innovation in Global Economic Growth and Development

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    45 Carlton Street, Classroom E25-111
    October 5, 2017 Finance @ MIT Sloan - Breakfast for Prospective MBA Students

    This event is for prospective students interested in the two-yearMBA program and features a research presentation by Professor Antoinette Schoaron "Insights of Behavioral Finance for Credit Markets” and an MBA alumnipanel.

    Professor Antoinette Schoar, recently named one of the tenmost influential academics aiCIO, will discuss her research and will also shareinformation on the legacy and current initiatives of the finance faculty, andthe MBA finance curriculum and offerings at MIT Sloan.  Professor Schoar’s talk will be followed by apanel of recent MBA alumni currently working in finance who will share theirthoughts on the Sloan experience.

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    Convene at 237 Park Ave, NYC
    May 13, 2017 Focus on Finance Symposium for Prospective Students

    TARGET AUDIENCE: Prospective MIT MBA Students with an interest in finance.

    MIT Sloan is defining the future of finance. Join us for a full day of sessions designed for you to learn from our distinguished finance faculty, interact with current MBA students, and look forward to a rewarding career in finance after the MBA.

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    50 Memorial Dr, Rooms 276 & 233, Cambridge, MA 02142
    September 16, 2016 FinTech and the Disruption of Finance: Perspectives from MIT Sloan

    Fintechaims to radically change how households and businesses interact with financialmarkets, lower the costs and improve access to financial services. The promiseof Fintech is that technology can bring greater democratization and efficiencyto finance. MIT Sloan’s tradition of supporting principled innovation makes ita natural leader in improving management and finance through technology. Thismulti-disciplinary conference brings together thought leaders from academia,entrepreneurs, investors and industry experts to discuss the opportunities andchallenges for the industry.

    For more information, please visit:
    http://mitsloan.mit.edu/alumni/events/2016-nyc-fintech-conference/

     

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