‘Ambron Knowledge Exchange’ conference room, interim dean announced at fundraiser gala
The financial crisis of 2008 was characterized by panicked politicians, bankers and regulators. During the global meltdown, John J. Mack, chairman and CEO of Morgan Stanley, stayed calm.
Mack, regarded as one of the most distinguished and influential leaders in the global finance industry, had been through plenty of pressure-cooker moments during his career. Read more
DENVER – Over 500 people braved the first snow of May to attend the University of Colorado Denver Business School’s 2013 Celebration of Success. The event, which was held at the Grand Hyatt Denver, featured an armchair dialogue with Senator Alan Simpson (retired) and Cole Finegan, Partner at the law firm of Hogan Lovells. The presentation, titled “Let’s Fix the Debt,” featured Simpson’s signature quick wit and biting humor as he discussed the American debt situation and its remedies. Read more
DENVER – JPMorgan Chase & Co. chief Jamie Dimon headlined the Business School’s 13th – annual Celebration of Success dinner Thursday evening, May 19, where he warned of economic catastrophe if the U.S. defaulted on its loans, a scenario he predicted would `dwarf’ the collapse of former banking giant Lehman Bros.
“Think of Lehman times ten,” he told the packed audience at the Grand Hyatt Denver downtown. Read more
The 2010 Celebration of Success was a spectacular success, raising $200,000 in support of student scholarships. We thank the 325 friends of the Business School who attended and gave their wholehearted support to the cause.
The 2010 featured speaker was Sherry Lansing, a veteran leader in the entertainment business known for her visionary leadership of Paramount Studios. Read more
The Business School’s premier scholarship event, the Celebration of Success, raises funds to support scholarships and professorships. The event brings in a world luminary to speak and has raised more than $3.5 million with the help of Denver’s business community.
Thousands of students have received financial support toward their quest for a degree. Read more