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Observations on Risk and Corporate Governance

Observations on Risk and Corporate Governance

Paul E. Singer | Elliott Management Corporation
Thursday, Feb 22, 2018   |   2:00 - 3:00 PM   |  Blanton Auditorium

The Clements Center hosted a talk with Paul Singer on risk, international economics, and corporate governance on Thursday. February 22nd. Mr. Singer is Co-CEO and Co-CIO of Elliott Management Corporation.This event was hosted by the McCombs School of Business and co-sponsored by the Clements Center for National Security and Strauss Center for International Security and Law.

Advanced registration is required. To attend, please register here.

Paul E. Singer is the founder and president of Elliott Management Corporation, a New York–based trading firm. Launched in 1977 with $1 million of capital, total assets under management for the Elliott funds have grown to over $34 billion today. Elliott also has affiliated offices in London, Hong Kong and Tokyo.

The Wall Street Journal has recognized Elliott for its early forecasting of the systemic economic crisis of 2008. The New York Times has written that "of all the hedge fund managers on Wall Street, Paul E. Singer is one of the most revered."

Mr. Singer is on the boards of Harvard Medical School and of Commentary Magazine. He is also chairman of the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research.  Mr. Singer is co-founder of Start-Up Nation Central, an organization inspired by the book "Start-Up Nation: The Story of Israel's Economic Miracle".

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