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Monday, Oct. 28, at 6 pm

Alan G. Hevesi, Democratic candidate for New York State Comptroller, will speak on the comptroller’s role in corporate governance at Baruch College on Monday, October 28, 2002. Mr. Hevesi will speak at 6 pm in the Newman Conference Center, 151 E. 25th Street, under the auspices of the College’s Center for Financial Integrity.

This event is free and open to the Gramercy Park/Flatiron community and interested members of the public. A question-and-answer session will follow Mr. Hevesi’s remarks. COVERAGE INVITED.

Currently locked in a race for the state comptroller’s job with John J. Faso, the Republican nominee, Mr. Hevesi is was previously New York City’s 41st Comptroller elected in 1993 and reelected in 1997.

As comptroller for the State of New York, Hevesi would be responsible for overseeing more than $100 billion in state pension fund assets. During his tenure as New York City Comptroller, Mr. Hevesi doubled the number of audits conducted by his office, diligently battling waste and fraud.

Mr. Hevesi’s visit to Baruch is part of an extended program of speakers brought to the College by the Center for Financial Integrity. The Center was established under the leadership of Ned Regan soon after he became president of Baruch College in 2000. Mr. Regan served as New York State Comptroller from 1979 to 1993 and has a longstanding interest in issues of corporate governance, shareholder rights and institutional investment practices.

Zane Berzins 212.802.2881
Vince Passaro 212.802.2916


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