Brian Sweeney

Brian Sweeney is a managing director of Marco Polo Network, a financial services firm with a specialized focus on emerging markets. Brian was one of the founding members of the company, which was established in New York City in 2001. With offices across the major emerging markets, Marco Polo Network is one of the fastest growing platforms capitalizing on global demand for emerging market...

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Patrick Shouvlin

Patrick J. “Pat” Shouvlin began his career with PricewaterhouseCoopers in Cincinnati in 1977. He moved to New York in 1986 to work in the firm’s Strategic Planning department. He was admitted to the partnership in 1988 and joined the firm’s Mergers & Acquisitions group in 1990. In 1992 he joined the Insurance group and led the group from 1996 to 2003. Pat is the global...

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John Shea

John Shea is vice president and CIO for Eaton Vance. He is responsible for all technology leveraged across Eaton Vance and supervises a staff of more than 70 employees. John has over 10 years of experience in the investment industry and over 25 years working in technology. Prior to joining Eaton Vance, he was director of information technology at Batterymarch Financial Management, an asset...

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Sharon Sager

Sharon Sager, senior vice president of investments, is a private wealth advisor at UBS Financial Services Inc. A 25-year veteran of the financial securities industry, Sharon previously worked in the textile industry. She graduated from the College of Mount St. Vincent with a bachelor’s degree in fine arts. Later, she obtained the Certified Investment Analyst degree from the Investment...

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Brian Ruane

Brian Ruane is executive vice president of Client Management and head of Financial Institutions at The Bank of New York Mellon. Brian is a member of the Bank’s Operating Committee and sits on the board of Pershing LLC and BNY Mellon Financial Services PLC, an Irish bank. In March 2009, Brian joined the Bank’s newly created Sovereign Advisory Board, tasked with best serving sovereign...

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