WASHINGTON, DC (PRWEB) August 19, 2005
June Klein, CEO of Technology & Marketing Ventures, Inc., a management consultancy and venture development firm, has been appointed to the 2005 Presidential Business Commission. The appointment is in recognition of her exceptional service as honorary chairperson for the Congressional Committee's Business Advisory Council.
The Presidential Business Commission is a unique group of the nation's business leaders who will work with Washington leaders to advance the pro-business agenda of deeper tax cuts; health care and tax reform; reduction of government interference on businesses; improvement of investor confidence; and the creation of new jobs.
Congressional Committee Chairman Tom Reynolds said, "This is an extremely prestigious position and one which Ms. June Klein richly deserves. Ms. Klein was selected based on her motivational and process leadership as an Honorary Chairman of the Business Advisory Council for New York. As a member of the Presidential Business Commission, she will play a key role in enhancing the President's agenda and strategies during the next year."
Ms. Klein was previously named Businesswoman of the Year and received the Reagan Entrepreneurship Award.
Her Electronic-Boardroom TMVI (R) solutions in education, database, network conferencing, television, newsletter and consulting have been used worldwide since 1992. Ms. Klein is the author of a groundbreaking finance book, "The Evolution of Trading" which covers technology and regulation trends driving 21st Century Money businesses. Also, the book covers the history of electronic trading in the very words of the people who created Wall Street.
(Visit the book website http://www.EvolutionOfTrading.com)
In "The Evolution of Trading" book, Ms. Klein predicted and introduced scenarios like the recent stock exchange mergers with electronic markets or deals with Philadelphia, Chicago and Boston exchanges in order to secure alternative trading places to new Nasdaq and Big Board power. Ms. Klein plans to explore in Washington, the feasibility of small-cap automation. She is confident that marrying exchange automation to appropriate regulation would increase transparency, encourage capital formation and create an incubator for small firms.
According to Denis A. Bovin, Vice Chairman, Investment Banking, Bear, Stearns & Co. Inc. and a Department of Defense Boardmember, ÂJune Klein's career has been an iconic example of thought leadership about the future of the financial markets. Her work on managing change, complexity and risk have become essential building blocks to today's financial architecture. Anyone contemplating the future competitive dynamics of the financial markets will find her insights extraordinarily beneficial."
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