Thursday, 24 September 2009

New York Society of Security Analysts welcomes Joe Tanega

Joe's seminar at the New York Society of Security Analysts (NYSSA) turned out to be a smashing success.
Members of the NYSSA we instantly converted into enthusiastic supporters of Joe's ideas of "socially just" securitization!

Viktoria Baklanova organized and chaired the seminar.

NYSSA ( has been a leading forum for the investment community since 1937. That year, a small group of security analysts decided to turn their casual lunch gatherings into a series of regular meetings. They held an organizational luncheon in a private dining room of the New York Chamber of Commerce. It was there that NYSSA was conceived, with a membership of approximately 20 analysts, including Benjamin Graham, the “father of securities analysis” and one of the most influential men in the history of finance. In September of that year, the Society held its first formal program, at which Lawrence Klybert of Alexander Eisemann & Co. spoke on “Options – Their Effect on the Market Price of Stocks.” By 1939, the Society had grown to 82 members. Today, with more than 11,000 members, NYSSA is the largest of the more than 135 societies worldwide that comprise CFA Institute.

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