The Financial Women's Association of New York (FWA) is celebrating International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month during the month of March at the Museum of American Finance. Sponsored by OppenheimerFunds, the FWA is proud to host two Free Saturdays at the Museum in honor of Women’s History Month on Saturday, March 4, 2017 and Saturday, March 11, 2017.
In honor of Black History Month, the Museum has opened “For the Love of Money: Blacks on US Currency,” a traveling exhibit on loan from the Museum of UnCut Funk.
Members of the press are invited to attend a press conference to open “For the Love of Money,” an exhibit featuring the historic contributions of prominent Black men and women showcased on more than 40 commemorative coins, medals and medallions, and the legislation that brought them to bear.
On Thursday, February 9, the Museum of American Finance will host “21st Century Banking: Bridging the Digital Divide,” a fireside chat and panel discussion on the major transformations that are challenging banking norms and reshaping customers’ relationships with their money and their banks.
The Museum of American Finance will honor the achievements of two financial leaders in both the public and private sectors at its annual gala on February 1, 2017.
The Museum of American Finance has partnered with two historical document dealers on an educational program to place primary source documents in local classrooms. Scripophily.com and Scott J. Winslow Associates, Inc. will sponsor free stock certificates for social studies teachers throughout the New York area.
Audio tour launch will coincide with unveiling of new Alexander Hamilton Room exhibit.
On Wednesday, July 13, the Museum of American Finance and Museum Hack will co-host a networking event and cocktail party for Wall Street interns and emerging professionals.
Wall Street veteran John E. Herzog has announced a final $5 million gift to the Museum of American Finance, the New York institution he founded more than 25 years ago.
On Wednesday, April 6, the Museum of American Finance, the University of Edinburgh Business School and the American-Scottish Foundation will present a timely panel discussion about the impact of electronic trading on global markets, investors and the economy.
Admission to the Museum will be FREE for all visitors on Saturday, March 5 and Saturday, March 12 in honor of Women’s History Month, courtesy of the Financial Women’s Association (FWA). Celebrating its 60th anniversary, FWA Members, partner firms and supporters work to accelerate the leadership of women across the financial community. To date, the FWA has reached more than 5,000 young professionals and students through scholarships and mentoring.
On March 10, the Museum will host “The Longevity Bonus: The Economic Impact on the Retirement Megatrend,” a timely discussion about the implications of population aging – the only global megatrend causing a major impact in both developed and developing societies.
The Museum will honor the achievements of two financial leaders in both the public and private sectors at its annual gala on January 12, 2016. Robert Rubin will receive the Whitehead Award for Distinguished Public Service and Financial Leadership and Charles Schwab will receive the Museum's new Financial Innovation Award.
The Museum's “Worth Its Weight” exhibit, opening November 19, will feature hundreds of unique and rare gold objects from more than 40 public and private collections around the country.
A discussion on public vs. private funding will feature fireside chat with NYSE President Tom Farley.
On June 23, the Downtown Culturals Group will present the second annual “Night at the Museums” event, bringing visitors and locals of Lower Manhattan unique experiences at 15 of the area’s most diverse and culturally significant institutions.
On April 1, the Museum will open “Legal Tender,” an exhibition featuring the work of Philadelphia-based artist Emily Erb.