Thomas J. Tull '92 to Address Wall Street Association
Association to Meet May 27
Contact: Elizabeth Bowman
May 8, 2009
Hamilton College Trustee Thomas J. Tull '92 will address the Hamilton College Wall Street Association on Wednesday, May 27 at the New York Athletic Club. Tull is the founder, chairman and CEO of Legendary Pictures, which has co-produced recent blockbusters such as Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, 300 and Watchmen. In addition to sharing his experiences in the cinematic business, Tull will discuss the role of private equity and hedge fund investors in the film business.
The May 27 Wall Street Association event marks the second meeting during the 2008-09 fiscal year. In November, the Association met with Trustee Stephen Sadove '73, P'07, '10, chairman and CEO of Saks Incorporated, who shared his thoughts and insights on the economic downtown and how it corresponded with the retail market. The Wall Street Association was created by Brendan McCormick '01 and the meetings have provided unique networking opportunities for members of the Hamilton community interested in finance.