February 8, 2010
T. Rowe Price chairman, CIO, to give Leaders & Legends talk
Brian C. Rogers, chairman and chief investment officer of T. Rowe Price Group, is the featured speaker at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School’s Leaders & Legends lecture series from 7:30 to 9 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 11, at the Legg Mason Tower, in Harbor East.
Rogers, whose remarks are titled “Leading Through a Financial Crisis,” is also a member of the institution’s board of directors, and has 27 years of investment experience, 24 of which have been with the Baltimore-based investment firm.
T. Rowe Price Group and its affiliates serve as investment adviser to more than 450 separate and commingled institutional accounts and more than 80 stock, bond and money market funds. The company’s international investment arm, T. Rowe Price International, is headquartered in London and has offices in Buenos Aires, Hong Kong, Paris and Singapore. As of Sept. 30, 2009, T. Rowe Price had $366.2 billion under management.
Chairman of the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s Independent Review Board, Rogers also is past chairman of the Archdiocese’s Investment Committee, past board member of Business Volunteers Unlimited and past member of the Board of Financial Administration for the Archdiocese. He is also a board member of the Greater Baltimore Committee and serves on the investment committees of Vanderbilt University and Gilman School.
In addition, Rogers is a member of the Johns Hopkins University Board of Trustees and investment committee.
Rogers earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from Harvard University and an MBA in finance from the Harvard Business School. He is also accredited as a Chartered Financial Analyst and as a Chartered Investment Counselor.
The Leaders & Legends monthly breakfast series, which features today’s most influential business and public policy leaders addressing topics of global interest and importance, is designed to engage business and community professionals in an examination of the most compelling issues and challenges facing society today.
Admission to the lecture, which includes breakfast, is $35. To register and for more information, go to carey.jhu.edu/leadersandlegends.