Harvard Club Brownbagger: China’s Influence on Global Markets
Please bring your guests and join us on Monday, June 13th, for a timely update on the current state of China and its future influence on global markets. Our main speaker will be Richard Wertheimer, whose background gives him a unique perspective into this crucial but often baffling topic.
Originally from New York City, Richard Wertheimer has lived and worked in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan for the last 31 years. As one of the first groups of Americans to live in China shortly after the restoration of diplomatic ties with the West, he’s one of a handful of westerners who was a witness to, and a participant in, China’s extraordinary transition from a planned to a market economy. Being on the ground in China and Asia at such a critically important phase of the region’s development gives him a unique perspective that is only more relevant in today’s increasingly interconnected world.
Rich divides his time between the US and Asia, managing a global asset allocation business at Morgan Stanley. He'll be introduced by his Morgan Stanley colleague, Dean Spagnoli.
Date: Monday, June 13th, 2016
Time: Noon - 1:30 pm
Place: (NOTE RECENT VENUE CHANGE) The Ohana Room at Architects Hawaii, Ltd, through the courtesy of Harvard Club member David Miller. It's on the 29th floor of the Makai Tower of Pacific Guardian Center, 733 Bishop Street.
Lunch: Bring your own sandwich, bento, beverage, etc.
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