Alumni in the News


January 2018


Katharine M. Atlas 
(’06)

 


Katy Atlas, Chief Strategy Officer of digital marketing company Wickfire, is named as one of ten finalists for the Performance Marketing Association’s Board of Directors 2018-2019 term.

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Norman B. Champ III (’89)

 


Norm Champ, partner at Kirkland & Ellis, advocates for a coherent regulatory approach on initial coin offerings (ICOs).

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Glenn S. Gordon 
(’87)


Glenn Gordon, associate regional director of enforcement at the SEC’s Miami office, speaks about the commission’s priority to protect investors in the context of a billion-dollar Ponzi scheme.

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Michael Kosnitzky
 (’84)


Michael Kosnitzky, partner at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, speaks about the negative impact of the new tax code on U.S. art collectors and museums.

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Benjamin M. McAdams (’03)

 


Benjamin McAdams, Salt Lake County Mayor, is quickly raising funds and outpacing his opponent in what is expected to be the most competitive congressional race in Utah this year.

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Jerome H. Powell (’81)

 
Jerome Powell has been confirmed by the Senate to replace Janet Yellin as Chairman of the Federal Reserve on February 3..

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Martin Small (’03)


Martin Small, head of U.S. iShares at BlackRock, discusses why Boomers may be lagging behind both their children and parents when it comes to participating in the ETF investment revolution.

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Mark Steffensen (’98)

 


Mark Steffensen, General Counsel at HSBC USA, comments on the company’s hiring of a new U.S. Head of Public Affairs.

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