Obama economic adviser Jason Furman, investment management legend Jack
Bogle, Newton Capital Management CEO Helena Morrissey, New York Federal
Reserve President William Dudley, Carlyle Group co-founder William
Conway, and maverick bank regulator Benjamin Lawsky are among the
speakers who will offer their insights and ideas on global markets and
finance at the fourth annual Bloomberg Markets Most Influential Summit
in New York City on September 22nd at the Museum of Jewish
This fast-paced one-day conference marks the publication of Bloomberg
Markets magazine's list of the 50 Most Influential - the bankers, money
managers, policy makers, executives and thinkers who matter most in
global finance. The Summit will be packed with key people from the
ranking, which will be unveiled in the magazine's October issue.
The Summit gathers the most influential decision makers and thought
leaders for provocative conversations about global finance and
economics, examining the forces that are moving markets today -- and
might move them a different direction tomorrow.
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