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Seminar I: Consumer Finance: Peril and Promise

Distinguished Financial Literacy Speaker
Dean Peter Tufano
Dean of Saïd Business School
Oxford University
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Date/Time
March 08, 2012
3:30pm to 5:00 pm
Reception to follow

Location
The George Washington University School of Business
Duquès Hall
2201 G Street NW (22nd Street entrance)
Metro: Foggy Bottom Station

Financial Literacy Talks: Interview with Financial Literacy Thought Leaders

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Peter Tufano is the Peter Moores Dean and Professor of Finance at Saïd Business School. Since joining Oxford in July 2011, Tufano has led the development of the new Oxford 1+1 MBA Programme, a two year customized management education that combines an MBA with one of Oxford's many specialized Masters programmes. Tufano's research has focused on innovation, most recently how innovations in consumer finance can improve the delivery of services to low income families. He has developed courses on consumer finance, founded a non-profit R&D lab for new financial product development (www.d2dfund.org), and served on advisory groups in the US (and now the UK) addressing the issue of financial inclusion. Before joining Oxford, Tufano spent 33 years at Harvard, most recently serving as Professor and Senior Associate Dean at Harvard Business School, as well as the co-Founder of the Harvard University Innovation Lab (i-Lab).