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October 5, 2015 – Follies Rehearsals Begin

Monday, October 5 -  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm at Ripley-Grier, 520 8th Ave.

Wednesday, October 7 -  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm- at Ripley-Grier, 520 8th Ave.

 

Monday, October 12 NO REHEARSAL COLUMBUS DAY

Wednesday, October 14 -  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm at Ripley-Grier, 520 8th Ave.

 

Monday, October 19 -  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm at Ripley-Grier, 520 8th Ave.

Wednesday, October 21 -  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm at Ripley-Grier, 520 8th Ave.

 

Monday, October 26 -  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm at Ripley-Grier, 520 8th Ave.

September 14, 2015 – Financial Policy Council's Hosts "Increasing Marketshare and Profitability through the Crowd—Bringing Main Street to Wall Street"

The Financial Policy Council will host a private briefing with a panel of four crowdfunding experts who will discuss how Wall Street investment firms can strengthen market share and viability through crowdfunding. The speakers Georgia P. Quinn, D.J. Paul, Chris Tyrell, and Joy Schoffler each have unique backgrounds in various industries, but share a common, extensive understanding of the financial technology sector and the effect that crowdfunding will bring to the investment world. Ziad Abelnour, the founder and chairman of Financial Policy Council Inc., will moderate the panel.

September 8, 2015 – Parsing A Pending Move In Interest Rates

With the Fed’s decision less than four weeks away, could a rate hike be in the cards? Or, will China and emerging market worries spur a delay?

Join financial market pros and economists Robert Brusca, chief economist of consulting firm Fact and Opinion Economics, and Jim O'Sullivan, chief U.S. economist for High Frequency Economics, and Beth Ann Bovino, U.S. chief economist at Standard & Poor’s, as they discuss why economists are split on whether or not to move now, and what a rate hike would mean for Wall Street and Main Street.

August 11, 2015 – An Evening With Jonathan Clements

Join the New York Financial Writers’ Association for an evening with Jonathan Clements, author of the award-winning “Jonathan Clements Money Guide 2015” –a plain English guide to everything from investing to estate planning.

July 21, 2015 – The NYFWA's July Networking Night

The dog days of summer are finally upon us, so don't miss the chance to get out of the heat and spend some time socializing and networking with your fellow financial journalists at the NYFWA's July networking night. As always, the evening will feature light appetizers, and NYFWA members’ first two drinks are on us.

This event is only open to members in good standing. Guests of the NYFWA are welcome to attend for $15, which must be paid in advance.

When: Tuesday, July 21st, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

June 2, 2015 –Using Anecdotes Well/June Networking Night

Join Barry Newman for a talk on ways to turn narrowly focused stories into narrative features for a broad audience of smart readers. Newman wrote for the Wall Street Journal, from the U.S. and abroad, for more than four decades. Most of his stories ran on the Journal's front page. While he's known for humor writing, his work dealt in accessible ways with serious subjects: immigration, macroeconomics, agriculture, development, trade, politics and foreign policy, to name a few.

May 28, 2015 – The NYFWA's 39th Elliott V. Bell Award Ceremony

Join members of the New York Financial Writers’ Association for the presentation of our 2014 Elliott V. Bell Award, which will be awarded to John Huey, former editor-in-chief of Time Inc. Huey is the 39th recipient of the Elliott V. Bell Award, which is named after the NYFWA’s founding president and which recognizes individuals who have made long-term contributions to financial journalism and have had a significant impact on the industry.

May 11, 2015 – May Networking Night/2015 Scholarship Presentations

Join your fellow NYFWA members, along with members of the next crop of financial journalists, for our May networking night. The evening will include presentations of the NYFWA’s 2015 scholarships, followed by a panel of recent entrants into the world of financial journalism who will discuss their first-impressions and experiences in their roles as novice business journalists, as well as how they got their foot in the door at the organizations where they landed their first jobs. As always, the evening will feature light appetizers and NYFWA members’ first two drinks are on us.

April 21, 2015 –A Tribute to Steve Greenhouse & Floyd Norris

The Knight-Bagehot Fellowship and the International Labor Association of the United Nations invite NYFWA members to A tribute to Steve Greenhouse and Floyd Norris, an event co-hosted by the two organizations.

The evening will include a wine and cheese reception, followed by “The New Labor Journalism,” a panel hosted by Anya Schiffrin of Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs that will feature panelists Steve Greenhouse, former NY Times labor correspondent; Lydia DePillis of the Washington Post; and Ai-Jen Poo of the National Domestic Workers Alliance.

April 14, 2015 –Dark Arts of Sourcing

Join our panel of seasoned reporters in a discussion about how source nurturing and a nose for anomalies can lead to big scoops. Among the topics we’ll discuss: how to get people to trust you, the importance of meeting in person, using social media to track people down, which formats to use for private communication, the do’s and don’ts of trading information and how to work a conference setting for new contacts.

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