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    1. September 2015

      4

      Friday

      Time: 19:00

      Category: Alumni events


      Cass Business School is returning once more to the beautiful shores of the Cote d'Azur for the fifth Annual Alumni Weekend in Monte Carlo, Monaco. We will be welcoming Cass Alumni, supporters and friends from all over the world for another enjoyable weekend of exciting activities organised for you to enjoy at your leisure.

    2. September 2015

      10

      Thursday

    3. Sep 2015

      16

      Wednesday

      Time: 18:00

      Category:


      Things I wish I knew at 30 - an actuary's lessons from the witness box

    4. Sep 2015

      17

      Thursday

      Time: 16:30

      Category:


      HSBC & China with Douglas Flint, Chairman of HSBC Holdings

    5. September 2015

      18

      Friday

      Time: 09:00

      Category: Panel discussions


      Responsible Leadership, like that of Creating Shared Value or Sustainability questions shareholder supremacy. Instead, depending on how responsibility is perceived, stakeholders such as suppliers, workers, the environment and the future generations are treated equally and sometimes promoted over shareholders. In a business climate that is aware of the problems related with short-termism the addition of the adjective responsible to the well-known and powerful term leadership is something that needs to be explored in more detail. For instance, what are the possibilities of leadership becoming responsible? And what are the foreseeable pitfalls and future prospects?

    6. Sep 2015

      25

      Friday

      3 days

      Time: 17:00

      Category:


      No matter whether you already have a business idea or not, apply for a chance to attend our awesome CityStarters Weekend - PG. Get together with other postgraduate students to share ideas, form teams, build products and launch startups within that weekend!

    7. Sep 2015

      30

      Wednesday

      Time: 18:00

      Category: Lectures


      Dean's Lecture with Professor Alexander Ljungqvist, Ira Rennert Chair in Finance and Entrepreneurship at New York University Stern School of Business, Director of the NYU Salomon Center

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