Closing Dinner

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Closing Dinner

A dinner or brief vacation an investment bank buys for its employees who have worked and completed a major deal. A closing dinner is used to congratulate employees on their success and to boost morale. Closing dinners are especially useful if employees have been working significant overtime to finish the deal.
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We used to have closing dinners, after deals got done," said Anthony Colletta, a partner at Sullivan and Cromwell's real estate practice, whose clients include Goldman Sachs, Aetos Capital and a number of sovereign wealth funds.
Tuition is $3,200 and covers books, educational materials, continental breakfasts, lunches, refreshment breaks, receptions, opening and closing dinners and lodging for three nights.