Cryptocurrency is Topic of the Dolan Dean’s Executive Forum on March 5

Horizon Kinetics CEO talks Cryptocurrency at Dolan Dean's Executive Forum, March 5

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CEO of Horizon Kinetics, Murray Stahl, will explore how cryptocurrency fits into modern day business and how it will revolutionize the way we do banking.

On Tuesday, March 5 from 7 to 8:30 p.m., the Dolan School will host a signature event, the Dean’s Executive Forum, entitled “Cryptocurrency - What, Why, and How it’s Changing Society.”

The goal of the Dean’s Executive Forum is to educate principled and socially responsible business leaders and prepare students for future leadership roles. The forum will feature Murray Stahl, CEO, co-founder, and chairman of the board of Horizon Kinetics, and will answer the question, “Why do we need a Cryptocurrency given all the payment options available?” Moderating the panel will be Assistant Professor of Finance, Michael Puleo.

The forum will also explore the origin of Cryptocurrency and how it will alter the modern world of banking, money transfer, monetary policy, and advertising. Stahl will examine how Cryptocurrency will likely change the way governments raise revenue, view taxation, and develop economic plans.

Stahl has over thirty years of investing experience and is responsible for overseeing Horizon Kinetics proprietary research. As the firm’s chief investment officer and chair of the investment committee, Stahl provides portfolio management decisions across the firm. He is also a member of the board of directors of the Bermuda Stock Exchange, the Minneapolis Grain Exchange, Winland Electronics, Inc., and IL&FS Securities Services Limited.

This event is free and open to the public. Students should visit OrgSync to register. Non-students can contact Eve Liptak, Dolan School program coordinator, for details. 

The Dolan Dean's Executive Forum: Cryptocurrency and What it Means for the Future of Business

Date: Tuesday, March 5, 2019
Time: 7 - 8:30 p.m.
Location: Dolan School Dining Room

Additional Details:

This event is free and open to the public. Students should visit OrgSync to register. Non-students can contact Eve Liptak, Dolan School program coordinator, for details.

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