A Fulbright Canada Public Lecture featuring Robert Pozen is taking place at the Design Exchange (The Trading Floor), at 234 Bay Street in Toronto on June 1st 2010. The lecture begins at 5:30 pm and the reception at 6:45 pm.
Robert Pozen, Too Big to Save? How to Fix the U.S. Financial System
Robert Pozen is Chief Executive Officer at MFS Investment Management, Senior Lecturer at the Harvard Business School, and author of the best-selling book Too Big to Save? How to Fix the U.S. Financial System. He has a distinguished record of public service, having served as Associate General Counsel at the SEC, as a member of President Bush’s Commission to Strengthen Social Security, as Secretary of Economic Affairs in Massachusetts under Governor Romney, and as Chair of the SEC’s Committee to Improve Financial Reporting. Mr. Pozen is globally recognized as a leading expert on corporate governance and financial reform.
This event is part of Fulbright Canada’s 20th Anniversary celebrations, and the inaugural public lecture in our ‘Directing the Power of Human Knowledge’ series. The event, which is taking place just weeks before the G8/G20 meetings in Toronto, and in the midst of what continues to be a very challenging global financial environment, is free and open to anyone with a professional, scholarly, or personal interest in this important topic.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Nesreen at 613.688.5521.
The lecture will be followed by a cocktail reception and open discussion on this timely and important topic. Fulbright is pleased to be able to offer a complimentary copy of Robert Pozen’s book to the first fifty participants.