The failure of Silicon Valley Bank and others sparked a significant movement of deposits and capital markets activity around the world. Key questions remain about the role of crypto, social media, and digitization in the industry going forward. Join us on May 25 for a keynote discussion with Sarah Hammer, WG99, L11. Professor Hammer is an accomplished Wharton and Penn Law leader who previously served as Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary at U.S. Treasury and Acting Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities, and is a global leader in financial services. Referencing the recent publicly released postmortem regulatory reports on bank failures, Hammer will unpack the banking crisis and its implications for the global financial ecosystem. This private event is closed to the press and off the record. The event will not include any confidential supervisory information. It will be held at a fabulous venue, and it will mark the Wharton Club of Philadelphia's year-end grand celebration!
This will be an in-person event at the Franklin Residences, located at 834 Chestnut Street!
You don't want to miss this! There will be delicious Fork hors d'oeuvre's, canapes and charcuterie; along with a cash bar!
Ellen Yin and Sarah Hammer are both featured in Power 100: https://www.cityandstatepa.com/power-lists/2023/05/power-diversity-aapi-100/386244/
Date: May 25, 2023
Where: The Franklin Residences, 834 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA
Time: 6 PM EST
Member Tickets: $35 per person
Non-member Tickets: $55 per person
48 Hours Notice Required for Refunds