FEE in NYC: Financial Meltdown—The Seen and the Unseen, from Ancient Times to the Present

Start Friday, November 15, 2013 12:00 PM

End Friday, November 15, 2013 2:00 PM

Join FEE President Larry Reed for a luncheon at the Harvard Club in New York City on Friday, November 15 to discuss "Financial Meltdown—The Seen and the Unseen, from Ancient Times to the Present."

This event is free.

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NYC Host Committee:
John Westerfield
Frayda Levy
Jeff Giesea
Don Smith

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The Harvard Club
27 W 44th St 
New York, NY 10036

Event Contact

Cameron Sorsby


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