Stillman School’s Micah Center for Business Ethics presents its First Business Ethics Seminar sponsored by Investors Bank, entitled: "Maintaining Value-Driven Relationships in an Age of Technology."
Speaker: Tom Joyce, the Former CEO Knight Capital Group
Time: Tuesday, November 12th, 2013 from 8:00AM to 10:00AM
Location: Chancellor's Suite in the lower level of the University Center at Seton Hall University.
Tom will focus on how he came to make leadership decisions as CEO of Knight, what values those decisions were based on, and what he learned and reaffirmed from his experience leading the company. In particular, he will explain how he navigated through his company's 2012 crisis—which stemmed from a computer glitch—and cost the company hundreds of millions of dollars.
Tom's Bio: Tom Joyce is a recognized leader in the financial services industry. He has over thirty years of experience, most recently as Chairman and CEO of Knight Capital Group. He joined Knight in 2002 and retired in July 2013. From January through May of 2002, Mr. Joyce was Global Head of Trading for S.C. Bernstein & Co. Prior to that, he held a variety of leadership roles in the Global Institutional Equity business during his almost fifteen years at Merrill Lynch & Co. He is a member of the Boards of Special Olympics Connecticut, the Ronald McDonald House of NYC, and the Alfred E. Smith Foundation. Mr. Joyce received an AB in Economics from Harvard College in 1977. He resides in Darien with his wife, Lisa. They have three children.