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									Financial Services Laboratory
http://www.lehigh.edu/~infsl/

College of Business & Economics

Financial Services Laboratory
 College of Business & Economics Mission  Financial Services Laboratory - Prominent Alumni Leadership - Business Plan - Funding Requirements/Use of Proceeds - Timetable - Physical Plant - Prominent Alumni Commitments  Naming Opportunities

 Appendix 1: CBE Overview
 Appendix 2: CBE Board of Advisors  Appendix 3: Fundraising Committee

College of Business and Economics Mission
Establish Lehigh & CBE as a world-class leader in 3 critical areas:  Financial Services  Information Technology  Health & Bio-Pharma Economics

CBE Game Plan & Outcomes
 Develop distinctive, market-responsive, niche-based academic programs  Collaborate across Colleges and the University  Establish partnerships with financial services alumni

THIS WILL…
 Increase national & international recognition  Attract first-in-class students  Attract and retain superior faculty

From Theory to Practice
FINANCIAL SERVICES LABORATORY
“A Financial Services Laboratory at Lehigh will be a

distinctive advantage for its faculty and future business leaders it prepares. Science has always relied on labs for research and practical teaching, and so should business.”
-- Joseph R. Perella ‟64 Chairman Institutional Securities & Investment Banking Group Morgan Stanley

Financial Services Laboratory

 Classroom and research facility aimed at developing educational programs for application towards the financial services industry  27 seat classroom designed to simulate a Wall Street trading environment  State of the art wireless networking and engineering facility  Training facility available for outsourcing to corporations  Think tank for research on financial services market structure  Leader in creation of programs and majors specifically geared towards distinct financial services disciplines

Prominent Alumni: Leadership & Commitment

 Marc Paley ‟83 – FSL Fundraising Chairman Managing Director Lehman Brothers
 Joe Perella ‟64 – FSL Honorary Fundraising Chairman Managing Director & Chairman Institutional Securities & Investment Banking Morgan Stanley  Team of accomplished alumni working with Lehigh professionals as part of the FSL Fundraising/Steering committee

Business Plan: How We Will Utilize the FSL
 2,000+ undergraduate & graduate students will take courses in the Lab while at Lehigh  Existing courses fine-tuned to incorporate & leverage the FSL - Security Analysis & Portfolio Management  Existing courses greatly modified that will foster collaboration among students & faculty across Lehigh‟s disciplines and colleges - Advanced Engineering Economy & Replacement Analysis  New courses created to leverage expertise of alumni - Honors Seminar Series in Financial Markets  National & global resource for industry to train & educate employees

Business Plan: Campus-Wide Impact
 Undergraduate Business Students  Graduate Students  MBA Students  Engineering Students  Math Students  Journalism Students  Faculty  Admissions  Career Services  Community Outreach

Business Plan: Measurable Results

 Enhance employment opportunities for CBE graduates  Enhance student understanding of how world events impact financial markets  Reduce on-the-job training time  Increase quality faculty research  Increase number of top quality faculty and students  Stay ahead of our competition

Timetable

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January 2004: IBM Phase I Lab (up to 10 stations) Spring 2004: Renovation starts May 18th Summer 2004: Beta Test Fall 2004: FSL fully operational October 2004: Dedication of Lab and Recognition of Major Sponsors

Funding Requirement: $3.5M
An endowment of $3.5 million provides $175,000 per year in operating income for the FSL. Service donations of software and hardware (as well as grants) are expected to make up the additional $65,000 that is needed.
One-time Costs:
Computer and Networking Renovations Market Data Displays Furniture

$650,000
$400,000 120,000 100,000 30,000

Annual Expenses:
Professor of Practice Technical Director Graduate Student Software and Data Services New Program Development Operating Expenses Equipment/Lifecycle

$240,000
$65,000 50,000 20,000 70,000 5,000 5,000 25,000

Physical Plant

Floor Plan

A Window to the World
PHYSICAL MAKEUP  Wireless technology: IBM supplying their prototype next generation trading room technology  Real-time market information
 Media  Market Data

 Software: simulated trading, deal capture, settlement, analytics, pricing, portfolio management, derivatives pricing

Making Your Gift
Three ways to support the Lab:
 Endowment Gift - for program development or faculty support  Capital Gift - for Lab construction/renovation  Restricted Operating Gift - to the College of Business & Economics‟ FSL

Supporters
Leadership Gifts Joe ‟64 and Amy Perella, Morgan Stanley Principal Gifts Marc Paley ‟83, Lehman Brothers Tina ‟88 and Steve ‟86 Goldfield, Imperium Capital Management IBM Corporation Major Gifts Jeff Bosland ‟88, Daiwa Securities Tom Grossman ‟88, Aenaes Capital Management Jeff Enslin ‟88, Caxton Associates, LLC Chris Hite ‟89, UBS Investment Bank Jim Conlin ‟92, Kabrik Trading Ed and Janet Miller, Parents Class of 2005 Kris Talgo ‟80, Rochdale Securities Corp. John Callies ‟76, IBM Eve Gerriets Mongiardo ‟86, Soros Private Funds Management David Kern ‟86, Kern Capital Management Glenn Oratz ‟89, Merrill Lynch

As of 4/26/2004

Key Naming Opportunities
 $3.5 million – Lab Name and Permanent Endowment for the Lab  $1.75 million – FSL Name (Rauch Lobby)  $1.3 million – Named Professor of Practice  $1.0 million – Named Technical Director  $1.0 million – Lab Name (2nd Floor Suite)
Benefits include: Inscription on the Walk of Honor in Leadership Plaza; priority for student interns; faculty exchanges and custom designed programs; invitations to the President‟s home; distinguished lecture series; and VIP table for Wall Street Council events.

Naming Opportunities
           $700,000 – Software & Data Services Fund (Endowed) $500,000 – Equipment/Life Cycle Replacement Fund $400,000 – Named Graduate Fellowship (Endowed) $250,000 – Lab Renovations and Maintenance $100,000 – Market Data Displays $100,000 – Named Program Development Fund (Endowed) $75,000 – Specialized Software $50,000 – Pooled Operating Endowment $50,000 – Lab Work Stations $25,000 – Financial Services Sponsor $10,000 – Traders Circle

Appendices
College of Business & Economics

Poised for Success
College of Business & Economics  SOLID FOUNDATION  BOLD VISION

THE NEXT CHAPTER…

Build Upon Strengths

UNDERGRADUATE INTEGRATED PROGRAMS
 Integrated Business and Engineering  Computer Science and Business  Integrated Product Development  Integrated Program in Finance and Accounting

Create Market Responsive Niche Programs
GRADUATE INTERDISCIPLINARY PROGRAMS     MBA and Engineering MBA and Educational Leadership Supply Chain Management concentration vSeries for Corporate Entrepreneurship MBA concentration  MS in Accounting and Information Analysis

Extend Faculty Expertise

 25 new faculty hired since 1999  Showcase the expertise of CBE‟s faculty through managerially relevant, cutting-edge research  Hire world-class experts in their fields as “Professors of Practice”
NEW FACULTY + PROFESSORS OF PRACTICE + CORE FACULTY LEADERS = A HIGH QUALITY EDUCATION

Prepare Student Leaders for a Global World
HIGHLIGHTS OF CLASS OF 2007
CBE Enrollment Trends
70 60 50
Percent

1300 1250
SAT Score

1200 1150

40 30 20 10 0 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003
Year

1100 1050 1000

 Most selective class to date (38% Admit Rate)  Strongest Yield (41%)  Highest overall testing profile (1261 SAT)

Admit Rate

Yield

Composite SAT

Respond to Consumer Needs
CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS  Supply Chain Management On-line Certificate  Project Management On-line Certificate  vSeries Certificate

CBE Board of Advisors
Accomplished Leaders from Key Industries
Erica J. Abrams ‟87 Partner The Blue Shirt Group Hans Julius Bär ‟47 Honorary Chairman Julius Baer Holding Ltd. John R. Chrin ‟85 Managing Director J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. Kevin L. Clayton ‟84 Managing Director for Marketing & Client Relations Oaktree Capital Management William W. Crouse, III ‟64 Managing Director HealthCare Ventures Fred S. Fraenkel ‟71 Chairman Millennium 3 Capital Allan R. Frank President & CTO Answerthink, Inc. Donald M. Gruhn ‟49 Member C. Scott Hartz ‟68 The Hartz Group Christopher D. Hite Managing Director, Healthcare Investment UBS Warburg Laurence W. Hunter ‟83 Ross Hurwitz ‟01 Lee A. Iacocca ‟45 Iacocca & Associates Mark S. Kaufmann ‟53 Chairman Kaufmann & Partners, LLC Edward H. Kottcamp, Jr. ‟56 Director Electron Energy Corp.

John J. Bolebruch ‟76 Managing Director Ryan Beck & Co.
Douglas A. Borck ‟78 President RLC Electronics

Robert Brown ‟78 Partner Pricewaterhouse Coopers, LLP
John E. Callies Vice President, Marketing E-business on demand

CBE Board of Advisors
Accomplished Leaders from Key Industries, con‟t.
Paul N. Leitner ‟76 Chairman The Leitner Thomas Group Charles F. Lieb, II ‟70 Vice President Knoll Daniel R. Omstead ‟75 President and CEO Hambrecht & Quist Capital Mgt. LLC Marc L. Paley ‟83 Managing Director Lehman Brothers Inc. Sarat Sethi ‟92 Partner Douglas C. Lane & Associates Sid Silver ‟57 Silver, Freedman & Taff Tara I. Stacom ‟80 Executive Vice President Cushman & Wakefield, Inc Jeffrey Tarnoff ‟69 The Winchester Group, Inc. Ralph A. Thomas ‟76 Executive Director NJ Society of Certified Public Accountants Ernest R. Widmann ‟62G President Widmann, Siff & Co., Inc.

Jennifer Malatesta ‟94 Vice President Business Development Xansa North America
Eugene Mercy, Jr. ‟59 Chairman The Granite Capital International Group

Richard M. Palmer „68 President R.M. Palmer Co.
Philip R. Peller ‟60 Glen Head, NY Joseph R. Perella ‟64 Managing Director Morgan Stanley & Co., Inc. James D. Rosener ‟77 Partner Pepper Hamilton LLP

Norman J. Merksamer ‟52 Member New York Stock Exchange
Robert J. Moore ‟79 Partner Harvest Associates

Fundraising Committee
Marc Paley ‟83, Chair Managing Director Lehman Brothers John Callies ‟76 VP Marketing, IBM Corporation James Conlin ‟92 President and CEO, Kabrik Trading Mike Connor ‟80 CEO, Market News International Chair, Wall Street Council Fred Fraenkel ‟71 Chairman & CEO Millennium 3 Capital LLC Scott Gallopo ‟85 Managing Director, JP Morgan Chase Tina ‟88 and Steve ‟86 Goldfield Office Manager Imperium Capital Management Managing Director Imperium Capital Management Austin Graham ‟89 Managing Director, Lehman Brothers Michael Rinaldi ‟88 Senior VP, Lehman Brothers Kris Talgo ‟80 Senior VP, Rochdale Securities Corp. Technology Advisers: Seth Weber ‟89, Chair Senior VP, Chief Administrative Officer Lehman Brothers David Bartges ‟84 Director/Technology, NYSE Sara Dillon ‟84 Eve Gerriets Mongiardo ‟86 CFO, Soros Private Funds Management LLP

Tom Grossman ‟88 Founder and Portfolio Manager, Aenaes Capital Management
David Kern ‟86 Principal, Kern Capital Management


								
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