Because the impending snowstorm will prevent many from attending tomorrow's (March 21st) Finance & Faith Forum event (including our speaker who needs to fly up from Manhattan), we are cancelling. But instead of lamenting, we're excitedly turning our attention to our next amazing speaker: Bob Doll on May 10th. If you've already registered for the March 21st event, we will automatically transfer your registration (and payment) to this next event.
Join us for the inaugural event of The Finance & Faith Forum featuring Tom Cole.
We are a community of finance professionals in Boston who gather together to explore the integration of faith, work and economics. During this time, we encourage each other in friendship and share about the real situations many of us are facing in the marketplace. Our vision is to see Christians in financial services excel in their vocation and find ways to bless others through their work.
6 p.m. reception, 7 p.m. program
FEATURED SPEAKER: TOM COLE
Tom Cole is Co-Head of US Leveraged Finance for Citigroup Global Markets. Previously, Tom was head of Deutsche Bank’s North American leveraged finance practice. In his spare time, Tom is on the Management Committee for The New Canaan Society and leads NCS’ Manhattan chapter. Come hear Tom’s combination of honesty and vulnerability as he combines faith with a high-profile Wall Street career.
Hosted at LogMeIn by Rob Bradley, Jr. ’01
Vice President of Investor Relations
333 Summer Street
Hors d'oeuvres will be served
Advanced pricing ($10) ends March 1; then $20 until March 19.
R.S.V.P. BY MARCH 19
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