Investing in the New Japan
12 – 2 pm
Thierry Porté, President of Morgan Stanley Dean Witter Japan, reviews the history of the firm from its early days to the present, and discusses his vision for the company’s future amid the dramatic changes taking place in Japan’s financial landscape. He looks at the evolution of Japan’s securities markets, including the creation of Nasdaq-Japan and Mothers, and talks about the role Morgan Stanley Dean Witter will be playing in these and other Japanese financial markets in the years to come.
Starting with just two people in 1970, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter in Japan has grown to over 1,300 employees and a leading position in Japan’s financial markets. MSDW is on the cutting edge of a wide range of business activities in Japan, from securitization and M & As to institutional asset management. Mr. Porté is a Managing Director of Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, the New York headquarters international investment bank, and is President of Morgan Stanley Dean Witter Japan. He joined Morgan Stanley in 1979, as an analyst in the Corporate Finance Department.
Tickets for lunch & lecture: $55, Japan Society members $45.
- Thursday, October 12, 2000
- 12:00 pm