Babson's Cutler Center and the Boston Chapter of the Financial Executives International (FEI) announces a collaboration for the 2012-2013 academic year.

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The Stephen D. Cutler Center for Investments and Finance at Babson College (Cutler Center) and Financial Executives International’s Boston Chapter (FEI Boston) are proud to announce a professional development collaboration for the 2012-2013 academic year.

FEI Boston, the premier organization for senior-level financial executives, has partnered with the Cutler Center at Babson College, ranked #6 in the U.S in Financial Management by Bloomberg Businessweek among undergraduate business schools, to deliver their professional development seminars for their 900 members on the Babson campus, located in Wellesley, Massachusetts.
“It makes perfect sense for FEI Boston to bring their senior-level financial executives to Babson’s magnificent campus to enhance their life-long learning experience,” said Peter Rockett, FEI Boston’s President-elect. Mr. Rockett continued, “the Cutler Center’s resources are nothing less than state-of-the-art.”
 “As a member of FEI Boston, I have experienced what a superb organization FEI Boston is,” said Mark D’Annolfo, Managing Director of the Cutler Center. Mr. D’Annolfo stated, “The Cutler Center’s mission is to advance the understanding and practice of investments and finance in our global economy.  As such, this is a great fit and we couldn’t be more excited about partnering with FEI Boston.”
“Our members are very excited about the FEI / Babson-Cutler Center collaboration, which will allow for leading edge continuing education and assist our members to succeed in a global economy,” said Edward Keefe, Chairman of the Professional Development Committee for FEI Boston.

To learn more about FEI Boston, please visit www.feiboston.org or call Peter Rockett, President-elect, FEI Boston, at 617-557-7358.
To learn more about the Cutler Center at Babson College, please visit www.babson.edu or call Mark D’Annolfo, Managing Director, Cutler Center, at 781-239-6435.

By Nancy Sullivan, | 04/25/2012 03:45