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THANK YOU FOR MAKING

The real estate event with Cooper and Cooper a success!

 

Thank you for making our Real Estate Series a tremendous success! The positive response was overwhelming with over 60 of you coming together to learn about buying and selling property in NYC. Not only did we get a chance to hear from the real estate experts at Cooper and Cooper, we also saw a lot of incredible networking across industries!
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FEATURED SPEAKERS:

JordanCooper

Mr. Jordan Cooper, Partner: Jordan was a Top Producer at a large real estate firm for several years prior to co-founding Cooper & Cooper with his brother, Jeremy. Jordan served as an investment banker at Goldman, Sachs & Co. in the Financial Institutions Group. His deal experience includes several high-profile transactions, most notably the $3 billion demutualization & IPO of Prudential Insurance, and the $30 billion acquisition of Associates First Capital by Citigroup. Jordan graduated Summa Cum Laude from Harvard University with a degree in Economics.

JeremyCooper

Mr. Jeremy Cooper, Partner: Prior to co-founding Cooper & Cooper, Jeremy served as a Senior Associate in the Investment Banking Division at Banc of America Securities. He executed many billion dollar transactions in mergers & acquisitions, equity offerings and debt financings in the insurance sector. Jeremy worked as an on-air television meteorologist for years at ABC, FOX, and NBC affiliates. He holds degrees from Northwestern University (Environmental Science), Penn State (Meteorology), and Columbia Business School (MBA – Finance).

 

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