Baruch College Explores How to Conduct Business with Integrity in Emerging Markets
New York, NY, Mar. 28, 2011 – Baruch College’s Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity will host a luncheon discussion on conducting business with integrity in emerging markets on Tuesday, March 28 from 12:30pm to 2:00pm as part of Ethics Week 2011 at Baruch College. Generously supported by the Charles Dreifus Ethics-Across-the-Curriculum Initiative, Ethics Week encourages Baruch faculty to initiate discussions in their classrooms of ethical issues related to their subjects/disciplines.
The discussion will be led by Seth Lipner, Professor of Law at Baruch College. Professor Lipner is a renowned private arbitrator specializing in investor grievances in the financial services and securities industries. He is a nationally recognized scholar who has achieved multi-dimensional success in education, law and professional writing while representing high net worth investors. Professor Lipner began teaching at Baruch College in 1982 and has served in a collaborative role on three Zicklin AACSB accreditation committees. He has also been a passionately involved Chair of the Zicklin undergraduate curriculum committee for several years.
Participants in the discussion will include Jason Lamin a partner at Lenox Park, an independent marketing and advisory firm for alternative investments and Michael Buenger, Senior Counsel at the National Center for State Courts. Lamin advises clients on investments in emerging market firms while Buenger spent the last three years working as a senior advisor to the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), rebuilding the courts system in Kosovo.
WHEN: Tuesday, March 28th
From 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
WHERE: Baruch College
Newman Vertical Campus
55 Lexington Avenue, Room 14-220
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Ed Pachetti, 646-660-6135, Ed.firstname.lastname@example.org