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Institute Hallmark – Candid CEO Breakout Idea Exchange Sessions
Moderated virtual table discussions among peers
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Speakers and Agenda
Keynote Speaker – A Fireside Chat with Bruce Van Saun
About Bruce Van Saun
Chairman & CEO of Citizens Financial Group, Inc.
- Named Banker of the Year 2019 by American Banker due to his superior innovation and great success in making his bank an industry standout.
- Director of Moody’s, Board Member of the Bank Policy Institute.
- Oversaw the company’s IPO and the subsequent doubling of return on equity and earnings per share.
Featured Presenter – Stephen K. Klasko, M.D., M.B.A.
About Stephen K. KlaskoPresident, Thomas Jefferson University & CEO, Jefferson Health
- #2 in Modern Healthcare’s Most Influential People in Healthcare in the country
- Distinguished Fellow of the World Economic Forum
Top Diverse Business Leader Panel Discussion on how to successfully reopen the economy across industry sectors.
Questions submitted by our Members.
Real time virtual audience participation.
Institute Hallmark—Candid CEO Breakout Sessions for Peer Idea Exchange
Moderated virtual table discussions among peers.
At the conclusion of the Business Leader Panel Discussion, please click on the Zoom link to join your assigned CEO Breakout Session.
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