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                   Guests For  MONDAY AUGUST 15, 2008

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Monday August 8,  Click date for more information about guest(s)

                                                                GUEST:

                                               (Originally aired: 04-24-00)  

                                         PETER MARBER

                      

 

      Writer, Teacher, & Professional Investor

       Founding Partner and Chief Strategist

              for The Atlantic Funds, LLC

                                   Author:

          

           "From Third World to World Class

             The Role of Emerging Markets

                   in the Global Economy" 

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The program can be viewed in its entirety by clicking the you tube link below:  

   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mpY6WHNHP0U - PETER MARBER

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More about: PETER MARBER

Peter Marber -

Professor of Business and International Studies, Columbia University

An accomplished writer, teacher, and professional investor, few authors combine theoretical and practical experience with globalization more effectively than Peter Marber. Currently, he heads one of the world�s largest global emerging markets asset management businesses at HSBC.

Since 1987, Marber has professionally invested billions of dollars in developing countries for many of the world�s largest corporations and financial groups. An acknowledged specialist in global investing, he regularly provides analysis and commentary for CNN, CNBC, Reuters, Bloomberg, NPR, and the Wall Street Journal and has lectured at dozens of international conferences.

Marber has been a faculty member at Columbia University since 1993, teaching at the Business School and School of International and Public Affairs. He has also taught classes at Johns Hopkins and Universidad Francisco Marroquin. Marber has authored more than 100 articles and columns on international finance and globalization. His first book, From Third World to World Class: The Future of Emerging Markets in the Global Economy, was named a top ten business book in 1998 by the Knight-Ridder Newspapers and was called "future reference reading for the 24/7 global marketplace� by Wired magazine in 2001. Endorsers included Walter Wriston, former Citigroup chairman and Jeffrey Garten, Dean of Yale�s School of Management.

His last book, Money Changes Everything: How Global Prosperity is Reshaping Our Needs, Values, and Lifestyles, was published by Financial Times Prentice Hall in 2003. David Brooks of the New York Times has noted, �Money Changes Everything is an outstanding primer on the awesome social effects of globalization.� Other endorsers included author and Washington Post staff writer Paul Blustein, CNN�s Michelle Mitchell, and author James Twitchell.

Marber�s forthcoming book focuses on what he calls �The E-8�, the eight leading emerging market economies to rival the current G-8.

Marber serves or has served on a variety of boards and societies at the Horace Mann School, Johns Hopkins University, Columbia University�s School of International and Public Affairs, and at the World Policy Institute at the New School.

He earned a certificate from Universit� de Paris (IV) � La Sorbonne in 1984, his Bachelors degree from Johns Hopkins in 1985, and his Masters degree from Columbia in 1987. He has been married since 1988, has two children, and lives in Manhattan

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Peter Marber

Peter Marber is Founding Partner and President of Trust Company of The Atlantic and The Atlantic Funds, which were formed from his management buyout of Wasserstein Perella Emerging Markets (WPEM) in July, 1999. Since the mid-1980s, Marber has professionally invested billions of dollars in global markets for many of the world's largest corporations and financial groups. Marber serves as Adjunct Professor at Columbia University Business School and School of International and Public Affairs and has previously taught at Johns Hopkins and Universidad Francisco Marroquin in Guatemala. He has authored more than 80 articles on international finance and globalization, along with the widely praised book From Third World to World Class: The Future of Emerging Markets in the Global Economy.He frequently speaks as a global analyst on CNN, CNBC, Reuters, and Bloomberg, has lectured at dozens of conferences, and serves on many corporate and advisory boards.

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SIPA: School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University

 

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Peter N. Marber
URIS, Room 600
Adjunct Associate Professor, School of International and Public Affairs
Phone: 212-854-5117

pm100@columbia.edu

 

Biography:
Peter Marber is a Founding Partner and Chief Strategist for The Atlantic Funds, LLC (
www.theatlantic.net). Since 1987, Marber has professionally invested billions of dollars in the emerging markets for many of the world's largest corporations and financial groups. He began his career at UBS (fka Swiss Bank Corporation), and he was a co-founder and President of the emerging markets subsidiaries at Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein (fka Wasserstein Perella).

Marber has been a faculty member at Columbia University since 1993, teaching at the Business School and School of International and Public Affairs, and has taught at Johns Hopkins and Universidad Francisco Marroquin. He has authored more than 100 articles and columns on international finance and globalization. His first book, From Third World to World Class: The Future of Emerging Markets in the Global Economy, was named a top ten business book in 1998 by the Knight Ridder newspapers and was called future reference reading for "The 24/7 Global Marketplace" by Wired magazine in 2001. Marber has been a global analyst for CNN, CNBC, Reuters, Bloomberg, and the Wall Street Journal and has lectured at dozens of international conferences. He currently serves on the advisory board of the World Policy Institute. His latest book, Money Changes Everything: How Global Prosperity is Reshaping Our Needs, Values, and Lifestyles, was published by Financial Time Prentice Hall in mid-2003.

Professor Marber holds a BA from Johns Hopkins University (1985) and an MIA from Columbia University (1985).

Research Interests: Capital Markets; Price Theory, Financial Markets: Emerging Markets, Emerging Markets

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                                          Monday September 15, 2008

                                 10:30 - 11:30 AM  / (NYC Time)

                 Channel 34 of the Time/Warner & Channel 83 of the RCN 
                       Cable Television Systems in Manhattan, New York.

The Program can now be viewed on the internet at time of cable casting at

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                                          & click on channel 34 at site

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