Winning and Losing in a Changing World

Thursday, Apr 13, 2023

Please see the updates to this event:

Reflections Beyond Financial Markets

Geopolitical, demographical, and cultural changes are challenging proven business models, leadership concepts, and our quality of life — all at the same time. Does the recent SVB collapse add another systematic challenge?

We want to think in a global and a personal dimension, including the big question: what does it mean to win? Join us for a courageous and inspiring dialogue beyond the state of the financial market!

Date: Thursday, April 13th
Time: 6PM to 8PM
Location: Offices of UBS, One Post Office Square, 34th Floor
Tickets: $25 | GABC members + their guests only   Update: This event is now free to attend, registration required, and open to the wider community. Attendees may make a donation to the Faith Lutheran Church community to help with their rebuilding efforts.*)

Networking & Refreshments

Parking: Post Office Square Garage ($9 after 5PM)
Public Transportation: State Street (Orange & Blue Line) or Downtown Crossing (Orange Line)


Our Fireside Chat Speaker Daniel Hoster:

Daniel Hoster is Head of Key Clients, BNP Paribas Wealth Management Germany, Chairman of the Dagmar-Westberg-Foundation, Harvard GMP Ambassador Germany, and Member of several Advisory Boards.

As a seasoned successful finance expert, Daniel is a sought after speaker on leadership and values.



Our GABC Fireside Chat series takes place twice a year and is a members only event (members are allowed to invite guests). For this series, we invite inspiring speakers to talk about a business, financial, cultural or political topic. Fireside Chats are always held at a special location – often, but not exclusively in private homes of GABC members or friends.


*) On Easter Sunday, April 9th 2023, around 5pm, a devastating fire broke out at the Faith Lutheran Church in Cambridge, MA. This church, in addition to their regular English-speaking community, is regulary hosting worship services in German and many German-speaking families call this church their spiritual home.  Noone was injured in this fire, but the community will need a lot of support to rebuild. 

There are two ways to support the church with a donation at this time: