AFLSE National Newsletter for October

Several lectures and meetings of interest are scheduled for October.  In New York City, a forum on Asset Allocation takes place on October 5;  in Los Angeles on October 7 there will be a discussion on Private Equity and Venture Capital;  Miami alums are invited to a breakfast meeting with the British Consul General on October 13, the topic being Changing the Face of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office;  in Boston on October 15, a lecture and dinner featuring Dr Tim Leunig on the topic of Inflation;  also on October 15, Professor Nikolas Rose will give a lecture in New York City on Biopolitics in the Age of Biological Control, and Seattle alums are invited to tour the Microsoft Center for Information Work on October 22 (see details below).

Social mixers/happy hours are also planned for San Francisco, New York, Washington, DC and Los Angeles - but the monthly event in Boston has been cancelled.  LOGIN to to check on the details of these and other events as they are posted.

Chapter Leaders and Board Members should note that the AFLSE Board Meeting is scheduled for Saturday, October 17 - details to be circulated.


New York City: Asset Allocation Forum - 20% Discount for AFLSE Members
Monday, 10/5/09 at 7:45am

The second annual Asset Allocation Forum in Alternatives 2009 will gather key industry leaders from the alternative investment community in an asset allocation, portfolio management and current sector opportunity event.

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Los Angeles: Private Equity and Venture Capital
Wednesday, 10/7/09 at 6:30pm

Where are the Deals?! Private Equity and Venture Capital Best Practices in Deal Origination.

The quality of the deals you originate is one of the greatest drivers of your success as an investor.

LSE Alumni are invited.

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Miami: British American Chamber of Commerce Boardroom Breakfast
Tuesday, 10/13/09 at 8:00am

The British American Chamber of Commerce has invited LSE alumni to attend the BACC events in October and November at the BACC Member price.

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AFLSE Boston: Lecture followed by Dinner with Dr. Tim Leunig, LSE Lecturer
Thursday, 10/15/09 at 5:30pm

The lecture will be followed by a dinner. Please join us for the lecture or dinner or BOTH.

All LSE alumni and friends are welcome!

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New York City: Lecture by LSE Professor Nikolas Rose - Biopolitics in an Age of Biological Control
Thursday, 10/15/09 at 6:00pm
The Sixth Annual Dorothy Nelkin Lecture at the New York University School of Law. All AFLSE members are invited!

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AFLSE Seattle: Tour of Microsoft Center for Information Work
Thursday, 10/22/09 at 8:00am

LSE alumni are invited to a tour of the Microsoft Center for Information Work.

All LSE alumni and friends are invited.

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