Columbia Law School and Columbia Business School Present
An Evening with the United States Department of the Treasury
FINANCE PROFESSIONALS SHAPING PUBLIC POLICY: CAREERS AT THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT
Financial policymaking increasingly demands expertise in the legal and financial forces that influence modern markets. A keen understanding of debt and equity markets, derivatives, and securities lawto name just a fewhas become critical to ensuring our financial system keeps pace with financial innovation.
Join us for an evening with senior policymakers and legal advisors at Treasury to learn how they apply the legal and financial skills they developed in the private sector to some of the most critical policy questions facing our Nation. Treasury officials focused on domestic finance issues will be on hand for a panel discussion on the range of opportunities that government now offers for financial professionals interested in public serviceand how you can pursue them.
Dean David M. Schizer, Columbia Law School
Mary John Miller, Acting Deputy Secretary and Under Secretary for Domestic Finance of the United States Treasury
Moderated by Professor Robert J. Jackson, Jr., Associate Professor of Law and Milton Handler Fellow; Co-Director, Ira M. Millstein Center
Panelists to include senior officials currently serving at the Department of the Treasury.
Program 6:00 p.m.
Networking reception to follow.
(Hosted by Columbia Law School and Columbia Business School)
RSVP required. Space is limited. Kindly respond by Wednesday, January 8.
Inquiries: Fran Williams, firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-854-6486.