New York Stock Exchange Chair to Speak at FordhamContact: Patrick Verel
Marshall N. Carter, chairman of the New York Stock Exchange and deputy chairman of NYSE-Euronext, will speak at Fordham as part of the Flaum Leadership Lecture Series.
Tuesday, Feb. 15
Fordham School of Law
Lincoln Center campus
Carter’s lecture, “Thoughts on Leadership and Ethics After 49 Years in the Workforce,” will draw from his extensive experience in international business.
The series is sponsored by the Fordham Graduate School of Business Administration and Sander Flaum, chairman of the Fordham Leadership Forum. A reception will follow in Platt Atrium.
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