September 27th: NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate: The London / New York Dialogue

Posted by Steve Anderson on Monday, September 19th, 2011

From the NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies:


“Keeping the Global City Competitive: The Future of the Financial Industries and the Vital Transportation Systems of London and New York”

Dame Judith Mayhew Jonas, Board Chairperson, London & Partners; Chairman, New West End Company Ltd

Carl Weisbrod, Professor and Chair of Global Real Estate Development Program, NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate

Join leading representatives of the finance industry, the U.S. Department of the Treasury, and the transportation and economic development sectors of both London and New York as they discuss the impact of the new financial regulations on these two dynamic financial capitals of the world. Learn what future plans and investment initiatives can be expected for the transportation systems of each of these global cities.


  • New York and London as World Financial Centers: Post-Crisis and the Regulatory Environment
  • The City Responds: Economic Development Strategy
  • Address: Financial Regulation and Global Competitiveness
  • Capital Investment for Transport Systems: The Competitive Edge for a Global City
  • The Experts Respond: Observations on Financing Transport Investment


Tags: , , , ,

Comments are closed.

Follow InfraUSA on Twitter Facebook YouTube Flickr


Show us your infra! Show us your infra!

Video, stills and tales. Share images of the Infra in your community that demands attention. Post your ideas about national Infra issues. Go ahead. Show Us Your Infra!  Upload and instantly share your message.

Polls Polls

Is the administration moving fast enough on Infra issues? Are Americans prepared to pay more taxes for repairs? Should job creation be the guiding determination? Vote now!


What do the experts think? This is where the nation's public policy organizations, trade associations and think tanks weigh in with analysis on Infra issues. Tell them what you think.  Ask questions.  Share a different view.


The Infra Blog offers cutting edge perspective on a broad spectrum of Infra topics. Frequent updates and provocative posts highlight hot button topics -- essential ingredients of a national Infra dialogue.