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On Monday, October 19, 2009 more than 70 alumni and parents attended a panel presentation and networking reception at the Loews Regency Hotel. The event, co-sponsored by the Tufts Financial Network, New York Tufts Alliance, and Tufts Alumni Career Services, brought together senior finance professionals from the Tufts community to examine the impact of the recession on careers in the financial sector.

Joining the discussion were Michael Fung, A79, A12P, chairman, Private Banking Asia, JP Morgan Chase & Co; Lynn Zuckerman Gray, J71, founder and chief executive officer of Campus Scout, LLC, and former global chief administrative officer, Real Estate Group, at Lehman Brothers/Barclay’s Capital; Jeff Moslow, A86, partner, Goldman Sachs & Co.; and Harry Segalas, A82, managing partner and chief investment officer, HS Management Partners, LLC. David Beck, A99, formerly of Bain Capital, served as moderator of the discussion.

Panelists addressed topics including career opportunities abroad, strategies for a successful job search, starting a boutique firm, alternative career options, and assessing the future job market in the coming years. Those in attendance were also invited to ask questions from the floor. Upon the conclusion of the program, guests had an opportunity to mingle and seek additional insights from the panelists.

View more event photos.