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Civility in the Financial Sector

Monday, June 20, 2011 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM

Henry Kaufman


This is part of a series of lectures on civility in America. It features speakers from politics, the media, finance, business and other areas. Some of the nation's most insightful minds will explore the crisis and offer their opinion as to how we can restore civility in society.

Henry Kaufman is the president of Henry Kaufman & Company Inc. He is a former vice chairman of Salomon Inc. and a former economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

Known as "Doctor Doom," he saw the financial crisis coming. "What a shame that Dick Fuld, chief executive of the ill-fated Lehman Brothers, on whose board Kaufman sat, failed to heed the warnings of this remarkable economic sage."--Financial Times.

The Carnegie Council's lecture series on civility is made possible with generous support from the Dilenschneider Group.


Speaker: Henry Kaufman


Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs
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