November 2nd Panel Discussion: Outsourcing – how has it affected you?

Outsourcing: How has it affected you and what does the future hold for the Americas, Europe and AsiaPac? Our meeting on November 2nd will feature a panel discussion by three experts representing the Legal, Technology Management and Global Sourcing industries.
Please join us to understand:

  • Why is outsourcing and near shoring having a dramatic effect on our economy.
  • What the workforce in NYC will look like in 10 years.
  • What are the new opportunities and challenges for us all.

Invite a friend. They will be sure to be intrigued and enlightened.
Wednesday, November 2, 2011
Time: 5:45pm registration starts, 6:00pm meeting starts
Place: The Downtown Association
Address: 60 Pine Street
Cost: $25 per person; $20 member of Rotary Club of Wall Street
Includes: Wine, Cheese, and some snacks (soft drinks available)
Business dress required (no jeans)
Find out more about our panelists:
Chris Nuttall
Chris has twenty years’ experience in planning, executing and managing strategy and technology-enabled business transformation consulting and advisory assignments. Chris advises clients on why and how to use Shared Services and Outsourcing to rapidly embrace change and transform their organizations, achieving higher profitable growth, organically and through post M&A integration. Chris has broad and deep BPO expertise across a range of business process functions including legal. Chris leads Shared Services and Outsourcing assignments at all stages of the project lifecycle and is a recognized expert, both nationally and internationally, on providing pertinent and value-adding advice to management and leaders on various topics of enterprise shared services, outsourcing and service management including cloud, regionalization vs. globalization and nearshoring / offshoring strategies. Chris advises clients across a range of industries including healthcare and life sciences, healthcare and energy.
William B. Bierce
William Bierce has many years of experience in corporate, commercial, technology, international business and financial transactions. A seasoned business advisor, he practices information technology, outsourcing, corporate and international business law. He covers the sectors of energy-smart information technology, human resources administration, finance and accounting, logistics management, contract manufacturing, procurement and other business management processes.
Bill is recognized as a thought leader, innovative transactional lawyer and prolific author in legal, regulatory and sustainability issues in global sourcing and services. In addition to public speaking, Bill publishes regular legal commentary in the Outsourcing Law & Business Journal™ (issued ten times year) and is editor and publisher of, a leading source of information on trends and laws on global sourcing. He was named a Super Lawyer in 2009 and 2010 and is ranked in Chambers Global and Chambers USA in IT and Technology Outsourcing. The HR Outsourcing Association named him “HROA Attorney of the Year” for his contributions to the development of HR outsourcing. He has been quoted in publications and in other media in the U.S., Argentina, France, Germany, India and Japan.
David Kinnear
An accomplished adviser on corporate strategy & growth via global sourcing methods, David is COO of Cerebra LPO, assisting the organization with its expansion in the US & UK marketplace. He is Chairman of The Global Sourcing Council and a partner in GSSOCX, a global portal for professionals in shared services, outsourcing & consulting.
An attorney by trade (a qualified UK Barrister), David has worked for leading law firms Masons and Linklaters in London, specializing in major construction & engineering contract management & litigation. In 1995, he relocated Credit Suisse’s Banking & Support Operations into its new global headquarters, and then managed significant global outsourcing, shared sourcing and process efficiency initiatives during his subsequent tenure. Afterward, he moved to the provider side, working extensively with the UK, US, Philippines and China during his time with the Black Mountain Group and subsequently.
David is a member of the Bar of England and Wales. He lives in New York.