AFLSE San Francisco Newsletter - Special January Event

 

Happy New Year 2011!  We wish you all the best in health and prosperity.

Please join us on January 27 for a special event.  LSE's Paul Willman, Professor of Management, will be in the Bay Area and would like to share his thoughts on the current financial situation.  His talk, entitled A Walk on the Wild Side: Loosely Regulated Financial Markets , will take place at Cooley LLP, 101 California Street, 5th floor, in San Francisco, at 6pm.  A reception will follow.  As space is limited, please show your interest to attend by either going online to www.aflse.org or by calling 212 433 1115.  Pricing for this event, and more details, are in the attached article.  It should be a very informative evening, as well as an opportunity to meet and catch up with fellow alumni.

Also, our monthly drinks event will be held on February 7, at the Americano Bar of the Hotel Vitale, on 8 Mission Street in San Francisco, from 6:30pm.  There is no need to RSVP for this event.

See you all very soon.

Cheers,

Augi & Mauricio 



San Francisco: Discussion Featuring LSE Professor Paul Willman
Thursday, 01/27/11 at 6:00pm

Please join us for a discussion on "A Walk on the Wild Side: Loosely Regulated Financial Markets" featuring LSE Professor of Management Paul Willman.

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AFLSE San Francisco: First Mondays
Monday, 02/7/11 at 6:30pm

All LSE alumni and friends are always welcome!

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