The Harvard Club is pleased to host FactSet CEO Philip Snow for a talk and interactive discussion on leading a global technology company out of Norwalk, Connecticut. Topics include the company's strategy as recently presented to investors in New York City, Phil's vision, and the challenges and opportunities of scaling up a technology and data business with a truly global footprint.
About Phil: Phil Snow was named Chief Executive Officer of FactSet on July 1, 2015. He grew up through the ranks at FactSet beginning as a consultant in 1996, and now directs a company that has grown into a global financial data and analytics organization with over 9,400 employees in 63 offices around the world. He leads a dedicated and collaborative team of employees whose mission is “to solve our clients’ greatest challenges with the power of collaboration.” He serves on the company’s Diversity and Inclusion Steering committee, and is a signer of the CEO Action Pledge for Diversity and Inclusion. Prior to becoming CEO, Mr. Snow held the title of President. He spent some of his early years at FactSet in Tokyo and Sydney before moving back to the U.S. in 2000, and held various sales leadership roles before assuming the role of Senior Vice President, Director of U.S. Investment Management Sales in 2013. Mr. Snow holds a B.A. in Chemistry from the University of California at Berkeley and a Masters of International Management from the Thunderbird School of Global Management, as well as a Chartered Financial Analyst designation, and is a member of the CFA Institute
About FactSet: FactSet provides integrated financial information and analytical applications for the global investment community. It delivers insight and information to financial investment professionals through its analytics, service, content, and technology. Fiscal year 2017 marked the company's 39th year of operation, its 37th consecutive year of revenue growth, and its 21st consecutive year of adjusted earnings growth as a public company. Its headquarters are in Norwalk.
Thursday, May 24, at the Country Club of New Canaan. Cocktails and hors d'ouevre beginning at 6 pm, with Phil's remarks following. $45 for HCFC members and their guests, including food; $55 for non-members. Cash bar.