On Tuesday, October 7, NYSSA recognized renowned money manager Mario Gabelli for his longstanding membership and welcomed a lively discussion on the state of public finance led by former New York Lieutenant Governor Richard Ravitch at our Annual Dinner.
With our Annual Dinner imminent, many of us here at NYSSA are reflecting on the previous year. It’s been a year of many changes, new directions taken, new accountabilities created, the genesis of a new sense of mission and enhanced clarity of purpose. Change always comes at the cost of much energy expended. Transferring momentum to an inert object is much more difficult than accelerating one that is already moving in the right direction.
The New York Society of Security Analysts (NYSSA) is now accepting nominations of eligible candidates for its Board of Directors, as well as the 2015 Nominations Committee.
In advance of our upcoming Annual Meeting and Elections, the NYSSA Board of Directors together with a number of our senior members have agreed to re-organize the working relationships between the Board, volunteer committees and executive leadership to better suit the scale and size of the Society with the goal of providing more resources, greater engagement and more nimble and satisfying interactions for the more than 9,000 finance professionals who comprise our association.
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