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NYC program students with panelists, seated from left, Harold Bogle, Jennifer Murphy Hill, Susan Skerritt, Andrew Taylor.
NY Program Students, Alumni Gather for Wall St. Association Event

Hamilton’s semi-annual Wall Street Association meeting on Oct. 5 featured a discussion on the current state of the capital markets with a panel of alumni experts. The event at the Racquet and Tennis Club was moderated by Susan Skerritt K’77, P’11,  of The Bank of New York Mellon. Panelists include Harold Bogle ’75, P’14, Credit Suisse; Andrew Taylor ’88, JP Morgan Chase Co.; and Jennifer Murphy Hill ’87,  Bank of America Merrill Lynch.  More ...

College to Hold Spring 2010 Wall Street Association Event

Hamilton College's Wall Street Association is holding its spring 2010 event on Tuesday, March 23. Featuring a panel of industry experts, the event will focus on the Real Estate Outlook for 2010 and Beyond.  More ...

John Rice '78
John Rice '78 to Address Wall Street Association

The Hamilton College Wall Street Association will hold its fall 2009 meeting at the Racquet and Tennis Club of New York on Wednesday, November 4, from 6 pm to 9 p.m. The event will feature a keynote address by Hamilton Charter Trustee John Rice '78, vice chairman of General Electric ("GE") and president & CEO of GE Technology Infrastructure.  More ...

Thomas J. Tull '92
Thomas J. Tull '92 to Address Wall Street Association

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.  More ...

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