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GIC Abroad: Rome “Capital Markets in the Post-Crisis Environment” Part IV

Date: Wednesday, April 6, 2011 - Saturday, April 9, 2011
Sala della Clemenza (Main Hall), Palazzo Altieri. , Piazza del Gesù, 49, 00186 Rome, Italy

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GIC Abroad: Rome “Capital Markets in the Post-Crisis Environment” Part IV

We are looking forward to working with the ABI-ANIA Federation, the Bank of Italy and the Council for Italy-U.S. Relations for this exciting conference, scheduled to take at ABI-ANIA headquarters at Palazzo Altieri. GIC will welcome Sandra Pianalto, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland as a speaker-delegate as well as Salvatore Rossi, Chief Economist of the Bank of Italy and Managing Director for Economics, Research and International Relations, Paolo Garonna, Secretary General of the Italian Banking and Insurance Federation, Riccardo Perissich, Executive Director of CONSIUSA, David Kotok, Program Chair of GIC and CIO of Cumberland Advisors, Constance Hunter, Managing Director and Chief Economist, Aladdin Capital Holdings, Kozo Koide, Chief Economist, DIAM Co. Ltd, John Mousseau, Managing Director and Portfoli Manager, Cumberland Advisors, and Emanuele Ravano, PIMCO managing director in London for financial institutions. An optional tour of Sicily has been added to the itinerary for April 9-14, 2011.
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Date: Wednesday, April 6, 2011 - Saturday, April 9, 2011 City: Rome Sala della Clemenza (Main Hall), Palazzo Altieri. Download iCal

Speakers

Timo Tyrvainen

Timo Tyrvainen

Chief Economist, Climate Leadership Coalition in Finland

Timo Tyrvainen is the Chief Economist, Climate Leadership Coalition in Finland and is a former Senior Advisor with Aktia Bank. In 1998-2014 he was the Chief Economist of Aktia. In 1975-98, he worked with Bank of Finland.

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Joe Mason

Joe Mason

Joe Mason is the Hermann Moyse/LBA Chair of Banking at the Ourso School of Business, Louisiana State University, a senior fellow at the Wharton School and monetary policy and a partner at Empiris, LLC. Dr. Mason’s consulting practice provides firms with advice on financial, political, and legal risks in banking and finance. Dr. Mason has […]

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Maria Pia Camusi

Maria Pia Camusi

Maria Pia Camusi is the director, R.ETE Imprese Italia R. ETE. Italy has the following business activities: Interacts actively with the institutional, social, economic, local, national and international; Developing programs and proposals on issues of common interest to member companies to the founding organizations; Promoting the values ​​of the civil society, labor and business ethics, […]

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Riccardo Perissich

Riccardo Perissich

Executive Director, Council for United States and Italy

Riccardo Perissich is the executive vice chairman of the Council for the United States and Italy. He is a former director general at the European Commission and author. Perissich, who served both at Pirelli and Telecom Italia groups as director of public affairs and in a variety of other positions, worked for more than two […]

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William Dennis

William Dennis

William Dennis, Jr. has directed NFIB’s research foundation since 1976. He has served as president of the International Council for Small Business. Besides managing the research program of the NFIB Research Foundation, his responsibilities include long-term policy planning, policy conferences and annual surveys. He has testified numerous times before congressional committees regarding key small-business issues […]

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Constance Hunter

Constance Hunter

Chief Economist, KPMG, LLP

Constance Hunter is the Chief Economist of KPMG, LLP. She is an economic thought leader focusing on how economic factors impact asset prices and business performance worldwide. In her role at KPMG Constance works closely with the firm’s leadership and clients to identify inflection points, risks and opportunities that arise in the constantly evolving economic landscape. Known for correctly calling economic indicators that presage market turning points such as the Russian currency devaluation in 1998, the Dotcom bubble in 2001, the real estate and credit crisis in 2007-08, the recovery of the housing market and concurrent low bond yields in 2012 and the continued low bond yields into 2015.

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William Clark

William Clark

Senior VP & CIO, Federal Reserve Office of Employee Benefits

William G. Clark has directed the investments for the Federal Reserve’s defined benefit and defined contribution plans since March 2010. In total, the plans have approximately $12 billion in assets under management and cover approximately 30,000 participants.

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Manuel Balmaseda

Manuel Balmaseda

Chief Economist, CEMEX

Manuel Balmaseda is the Chief Economist at CEMEX, a leading global building materials corporation. Previously he served as Chief Economist for Spain and Europe at BBVA, Chief Economist for Capital Markets at BBV, professor of economics at CEMFI and visiting researcher at the Federal Reserve Bank in Minneapolis.

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Matteo Bugamelli, Ph.D.

Matteo Bugamelli, Ph.D.

Matteo Bugamelli has been at the Banca d’Italia since 1997. He is deputy head of the economic structure and labour market division in the structural economic analysis department (research area). His research covers issues related to international trade,exchange rate pass-through, firms’ productivity, international migration and remittances. He earned a PhD in economics from Columbia University […]

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Gregorio De Felice

Gregorio De Felice

Head of Research and Chief Economist, Intesa Sanpaolo. Chairman of AIAF, the Italian Association of Financial Analysts. Graduate in Economic and Social Sciences at L. Bocconi University, Milan. After spending a short period as a teaching assistant, he joined the Italian Commercial Bank (BCI) Research Department in 1983 and Became Head of the Research Department […]

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Salvatore Rossi

Salvatore Rossi

Born in Bari on 6 January 1949. He graduated in mathematics from the University of Bari in 1974. He joined the Bank of Italy in 1976 and worked in the banking supervision division of the Milan branch before moving to the economic research department in 1979. He undertook periods of study abroad at the International […]

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Paolo Garonna

Paolo Garonna

Secretary General, Italian Banking Insurance and Finance Federation

Professor Paul's Garonne is the secretary general of the Italian Banking Insurance and Finance Federation.

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Sandra Pianalto

Sandra Pianalto

President, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

Sandra Pianalto took office on February 1, 2003, as the tenth chief executive of the Fourth District Federal Reserve Bank, at Cleveland. In 2011, she serves as an alternate voting member of the Federal Open Market Committee.

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John Mousseau

John Mousseau

President, Chief Executive Officer & Director of Fixed Income, Cumberland Advisors

John Mousseau is currently the President, Chief Executive Officer, and Director of Fixed Income at Cumberland Advisors. In this capacity, John also serves as a portfolio manager and has overall responsibility for portfolio construction, management, analysis, trading, and research for all tax-free and taxable bond accounts. His comments and analyses have appeared in The Bond Buyer, Barron’s, the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Forbes, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and the New York Times.

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David Kotok

David Kotok

Chief Investment Officer of Cumberland Advisors

David Kotok co-founded Cumberland Advisors in 1973 and has been its Chief Investment Officer since inception. David’s articles and financial market commentaries have appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, and other publications. He is a frequent contributor to Bloomberg TV and Bloomberg Radio, Yahoo Finance TV, and other media.

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