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  • Jean-Claude Trichet President ECB Robert J. Aumann Nobel Laureate 2005 Wolfgang Schuble Federal Minister of Finance Germany Alexander Dibelius CEO DE, AT, RU, Central & Eastern Europe Goldman Sachs John F. Nash, Jr. Nobel Laureate 1994 Axel Weber President German Central Bank Dame Clara Furse Former CEO London Stock Exchange Hans-Paul Brkner CEO The Boston Consulting Group
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  • Uniting the World of Finance Campus for Finance (CFF) is an internationally recognized finance conference organized by students. Back in 2000, WHU students founded CFF together with the WHU Chair of Finance, which is headed by Prof. Dr. Markus Rudolf. Our claim for the Campus for Finance conferences is to: Unite leading corporate representatives, out- standing academics and selected graduate students Provide insight into latest topics on the global nancial agenda Encourage a sophisticated forum for challenging discussions Create a personal and team-oriented atmosphere through interactive workshops Offer the chance to make new contacts in the financial community Well done for staging an excellent, thought-providing event! Clara Furse (London Stock Exchange, NYC 2010) Terrific concept, great group of students, excellent questions. Brady W. Dougan (CEO, Credit Suisse) As always a great event! Karl-Georg Altenburg (J.P. Morgan, NYC 2008) Very inspiring your engagement, your speaker list and the relevance of a topic discussed. Timotheus Httges (CFO, Deutsche Telekom) Thank you very much for your invitation to a conference which once more exceeded its outstanding reputation. Jrg Hashagen (KPMG, NYC 2008) 2 Prof. Dr. Markus Rudolf Academic Director Mission Statement
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  • Neoclassical Theory Microfinance Long-term vs. short-term Profits Clean Tech Climate and EnergyRegulation Social Responsibility Transparency Commodities Accountability CFF NYC 2012 The financial crisis and the resulting world-wide recession encouraged a public discussion if and how financial practices would have to change to avoid future crises. Regulators and market participants will have to find well-balanced answers to ensure that financial markets will be able to perform their function in the future. At the same time sharpening resource scarcity, climate change, ongoing demographic changes, globalization and continuous technological innovation offer new investment opportunities. These opportunities will impact optimal asset allocation strategies for investors. And they will offer business potential for companies early identifying underlying trends. The Campus for Finance New Years Conference 2012 will discuss the implications of necessary changes in the markets and of new investment opportunities on investors, financial intermediaries, capital-seekers as well as on policy makers. Sustainable Finance How to benefit from global mega trends?!
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  • Participants and speakers feel the inspiring lecture atmosphere during keynote speeches and panel discussions Dialogues in panel discussions and during networking breaks provide a platform to exchange ideas and to gain deeper insights into various future-related topics in finance Participants interact in workshops provided by our corporate partners, apply new knowledge in challenging case studies and learn from each other Workshops and the corporate fair enable participants to get to know companies as future employers. A delicious gala dinner in WHUs historic vaulted cellar completes an exciting day Lecture Atmosphere Workshops Corporate Fair Gala Dinner A day at CFF New Years Conference 4 Impressions
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  • Preliminary Schedule 2012 Friday, 13 th January 8:30 a.m.Speeches 12:30 p.m.Lunch 1:30 p.m.Panel Discussion I 2:30 p.m.Speeches 4:30 p.m.Panel Discussion II 5:30 p.m.Speeches 8:30 p.m.Gala Dinner Thursday, 12 th January 9:30 a.m.Workshops for Students 1:00 p.m.Lunch 1:30 p.m.Opening Speech 1:45 p.m.Speeches 4:00 p.m.Corporate Fair 6:00 p.m.Speeches 8:00 p.m.Gala Dinner Your students can attend all the following parts of the program: 5
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  • Germany Bucerius Law School ESB Reutlingen ESCP Europe Berlin European Business School FH Ludwigshafen Frankfurt School of Finance HHL Leipzig ISM Dortmund KU Eichsttt Ingolstadt LMU Munich University of Bonn University of Cologne University of Heidelberg University of Jena University of Kiel University of Magdeburg University of Mannheim University of Marburg University of Mnster University of Tbingen University of Witten-Herdecke TU Freiburg WHU Vallendar Zeppelin University Friedrichshafen International Beijing University Bocconi University, Milan Columbia Business School, NYC Duke University ESADE Business School, Barcelona Harvard Business School HEC School of Management, Paris London Business School MIT Princeton University Stanford University Stern School of Business, NYU Yale School of Management Campus for Finance New Years Conference participants are highly motivated graduate students from German and international universities. They are mainly enrolled in M.Sc. or MBA programs, close to graduation, can offer international experience, have been interns at highly renowned companies and share a passion for the world of finance. 6 Universities represented at Campus for Finance
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  • Applicant and Participant Structure Acceptance Quota 2011 12 % 20109 % 20099 % 200811 % 200713 % Student Origins 2011 Germany 71 % Europe w/o Germany 22 % North America 4 % Rest of World 3 % The number of applicants increases annually. We think that this also speaks for the quality of the conference: 7 Campus for Finance Participants: Campus for Finance participants pass a tough selection process. Crucial attributes are: - graduate students - high potentials - close to graduation - top universities - international orientation Applicant Structure 2011 Total 2135 Students 87 % Corporates 7 % Academics 6 % Participant Structure 2011 Total 365 Students 214 Corporates 112 Academics 39
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  • 8 Prof. Robert J. Aumann The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Nobel Laureate 2005 NYC 2010, 2009 Dame Clara Furse Former CEO London Stock Exchange NYC 2010 Karl-Georg Altenburg CEO Germany J.P. Morgan NYC 2010, 2008, 2007 Alexander Dibelius CEO DE, AT, RU, Central & Eastern Europe Goldman Sachs NYC 2011, 2010, 2008 Hans-Paul Brkner President & CEO Boston Consulting Group NYC 2009 Prof. John F. Nash, Jr. Princeton University Nobel Laureate 1994 NYC 2010 Eckhard Cordes CEO Metro Group NYC 2009 Prof. Axel Weber President German Central Bank NYC 2011, 2006 Jean-Claude Trichet President European Central Bank NYC 2006 Brady W. Dougan CEO Credit Suisse NYC 2011 Former speakers (selection) Wolfgang Schuble Federal Minister of Finance Germany NYC 2011 Prof. Reinhard Selten University of Bonn Nobel Laureate 1994 NYC 2011 For this years speakers just take a look at our homepage: www.campus-for-finance.com/NYC/www.campus-for-finance.com/NYC/
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  • Sponsors Campus for Finance 2011 9 Fleet & Media Partners
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  • Your Personal Contact Sophie Romei Students Participants Campus for Finance e.V. Burgplatz 2 56179 Vallendar Phone: +49 261-65 09 403 Fax: +49 261 6509 409 students@cff-nyc.com www.campus-for-finance.com/NYC/ 10