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Federal Reserve Bank: Private Luncheon "Corporate Governance: Evolving Views and Expectations"

Thursday, July 23, 2015 Professional Development Series

Federal Reserve Bank of San FranciscoBack by popular demand!


Once again this year, FWSF members are invited to tour the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, following a private catered luncheon and presentation by special guest speaker, Anna Baram Senior Manager in Risk, Privacy, and Analysis Group at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. Anna's topic is "Corporate Governance: Evolving Views and Expectations." She’ll discuss the nature of corporate governance, including indications of strong and weak governance, institutional vs. regulatory perspective, and the role of board of directors and senior management, with a focus mostly on financial institutions.

Following the private lunch, there is an optional 90-minute tour (SOLD OUT!) of the Federal Reserve, including the famed world-class currency exhibit with fellow FWSF members. Marty Tunnel, longtime FWSF member, has graciously volunteered to lead the tour again. A valid driver's license or passport is required for entry into the Federal Reserve Bank.

TOUR IS SOLD OUT - but members can still register for the luncheon!
Registration ends July 9 (We only have space left at the luncheon for FWSF members.)



Speaker Bio

Anna Baram

Anna is a Senior Manager in the Risk, Policy and Analysis Group at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. In her role at the Federal Reserve, Anna leads a team of Risk Specialists who conduct assessments of liquidity and capital planning, stress testing, and model risk management practices at large and regional banking organizations. Prior to joining the Federal Reserve, Anna was a manager in the Risk Management Advisory practice at Ernst & Young. Anna has a MS in Business Administration and has earned the Certified Public Accountant, Chartered Financial Analyst, and certified Financial Risk Manager designations.

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