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    The NYU Pollack Center for Law & Business will co-host, "Insider Trading: Honoring the Past|A Program Commemorating the 40th Anniversary of Chiarella v. United States," on November 5, 2020.
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    Stern Online Course: Advanced Valuation with Aswath Damodaran

    January 25, 2021
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    Taught by Professor Aswath Damodaran, one of the leaders in the field, Advanced Valuation is for analysts, financial officers, and portfolio managers seeking a deeper understanding of valuation, and the skills and knowledge to confidently make financial decisions. Through video lectures, live Q&A sessions, and a hands-on valuation project, students will learn how to estimate the value of any business, small or large, private or public, in a developed or an emerging market.
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    Stern Online Course: Corporate Sustainability with Tensie Whelan

    January 25, 2021
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    Taught by Professor Tensie Whelan, this 14-week course provides participants with the ability to help their business be a force for change through ESG (environment, social, and governance) investing, sustainable supply chain management, employee and consumer engagement, sustainability marketing, and more.
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    Stern Online Course: Foundations of Fintech with Kathleen DeRose

    January 25, 2021
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    Fintech is divided into six sections focused on key fintech areas: innovation, technology, incumbents vs. startups, valuation, risk, and implications. Each section contains lessons with video lectures, readings, and assessments to facilitate learning. Students will also have the option of attending live video sessions with Professor Kathleen DeRose where additional questions and topics will be addressed.
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    Stern Online Course: Investment Philosophies with Aswath Damodaran

    January 25, 2021
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    In this course, students will look at the range of investment philosophies with the intent of finding not only the core beliefs that animate them, but also the ingredients needed to make them work. Students will look at the historical evidence in support of or working against each philosophy and what they need to bring to the table to succeed with that philosophy. In the process, Professor Aswath Damodaran hopes that students will find an investment philosophy that best fits them, given their individual strengths and weaknesses.