New York, NY (PRWEB) August 21, 2008
Marci Rossell electrifies audiences nationwide, speaking on the nexus of economics, politics, culture and the media. Her animated style was honed when she served as the popular, lively Chief Economist for CNBC in the months immediately following September 11th.
Prior to her career in broadcast journalism, Marci served as Corporate Economist and Investment Spokesperson for OppenheimerFunds, one of the nation's largest mutual fund companies.
She brings a world of experience when discussing the U.S. economy, international events and movements in capital markets. Her creative, thought-provoking commentary will ring in the audience members' ears well after she leaves the stage.
About TradeTech West:
As the premier West Coast trading event, TradeTech West offers the perfect opportunity to network, exchange ideas, and benchmark with 350+ of your west coast buy and sell side trading peers.
The 2008 program is your best chance to boost your desk's performance and generate greater profits in the face of this tough and turbulent market.
- Mat Gulley, Global Head of Trading, Franklin Templeton
- Matt Lyons, Global Trading Manager, Capital Research and Management
- Susan Short Green, VP, Director of Equity Trading, Loomis, Sayles & Co.
- Christopher Luck, Partner, Director of Global Equities, First Quadrant
- Larry Tabb, CEO, TABB Group
- Derek DePetra, Head of International Trading, Artisan Partners
Visit http://www.tradetechwest.com to view the full agenda and see how you can boost your desk's performance, generate increased profits, and keep your international and domestic strategies fresh with TradeTech West 2008!
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You can't miss TradeTech West 2008! Visit http://www.tradetechwest.com now or call 1-888-482-6012 to register. Be sure to mention priority code: 10408MRPR
*Please note: Buy side institutions include any and all financial institutions exclusively engaged in managing funds of money on behalf of their client base e.g. a pension or insurance fund. Sell side includes those institutions engaged in investment banking and brokerage operations, as well as direct trading services to buy side institutions. WBR reserves the right to enforce pricing on the basis of company type.