As an introduction to our JOIM Conferences, CFASSD Members may attend the following event at half-off our guest seat. The registration fee would be $1500.
March 22 – 24, 2020
University of California, San Diego
Asset Allocation & Supporting Risk Analysis Conference
Asset Allocation is arguably the most important activity in the management of a portfolio. We will have presentations on some of the state of the art analyses which supports the asset allocation function by the pioneers of the field. Conference consists of a Sunday banquet with a keynote speaker and two days of presentations and discussions with experts in the field. Featured presenters:
Harry Markowitz, Harry Markowitz Company, Keynote Speaker
Richard Bookstaber, University of California and Talagent Financial
Andrew Lo, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Robert Hillman and Kenneth Blay, Invesco
Vineer Bhansali, LongTail Alpha
Mark Kritzman, Windham Capital Management
Marty Leibowitz, Morgan Stanley
Nicholas Savoulides, Invesco
Joseph Engelberg, University of California San Diego
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Once payment has been made, a registration link will forward. Discount is based on current availability and attendee must be new to the JOIM conference series.
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The Journal Of Investment Management (JOIM) is a high quality, fully refereed publication, which bridges the theory and practice of investment management. The JOIM offers rigorous research with practical significance, drawing from the disciplines of finance, economics and accounting. Special issues (ie ESG, FinTech, Behavioral Finance, Retirement Investing, Asset Allocation) on timely topics including distinguished authors who have both impressive academic and professional experience are a highlight.
- The JOIM has ranked 8 out of 41 financial journals for global impact and first among practitioner publications.
- Annual Harry M. Markowitz Award (honoring his legacy and supporting future research and innovation in the practice of asset management).
CFASSD Members members have the benefit of receiving 30%* off the annual subscription rate. Annual subscription includes – four quarterly print issues, online access to all current and archived articles.
$310.00 $217 (US Subscribers)
Once payment has been processed, a link will be sent to you to register.