Presentation – Ted Kuh, Haas lecturer and former Head of Citigroup Global Retail Investment Banking, November 19th

The East Bay Chapter of the Berkeley-Haas Alumni Network is privileged to host a presentation by one of our distinguished alumni, Ted Kuh.

Ted will give his expert insider views on the following hot topics:

  • How the banking industry has changed over the last 30 years
  • Current opportunities and challenges for bulge bracket firms
  • Getting to “yes” in doing deals abroad—the cultural challenges
  • Ted’s activities in the startup sector as an advisor and investor; the types of companies he focuses on; differences working with corporate execs and Founders; and the lessons he’s learned

Networking – there will be networking activities prior to the presentation with additional opportunities following the presentations and Q&A

Date: Thursday, November 19, 2015

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm


Berkeley-Haas School of Business

Cheit Wing – Room C135

Map of Haas School of Business:

Parking: New Maxwell Parking Garage, directly across Piedmont Ave., just north of the football stadium.

BART: Downtown Berkeley station, about a 15-minute walk to Haas.

Map of campus:

Cost: $20 for alumni and guests, $10 for students

Light refreshments will be served.

Limited seating, so register early.  Please note that registration fees are transferable, but non-refundable.

About the Presenter:

Ted Kuh currently teaches the full-time MBA course, “Private Equity – from LBOs to Emerging Markets” at Berkeley-Haas. He was the Managing Director of Global Retail Investment Banking for Citigroup Global Markets and the Head of San Francisco Corporate Finance for Salomon Brothers.

Ted received his B.S. Degree in Accounting from Berkeley-Haas and an MBA in Finance from the Wharton School of Business.

For more info on Ted: Profile

For more info on the event: contact Bruce Meibos,