CFA Institute European Investment Conference. Embracing Change: Creating Opportunity in Uncertainty. 16-17 November 2017, Berlin, Germany.

CFA Institute European Investment Conference

16-17 November 2017
InterContinental, Berlin
Berlin, Germany

Attracting delegates from more than 70 countries and regions,* the CFA Institute European Investment Conference is the annual must-attend gathering for Europe’s leading portfolio managers, analysts, chief investment officers, and chief executive officers.

Under the central theme of Embracing Change: Creating Opportunity in Uncertainty, attendees will consider and analyse the European climate and the changing political landscape and dig deeper into the most pressing issues for the profession, including the following topics:

• geopolitics
• the future of investment advice
• private debt as an asset class
• activist investing
• equity valuation
• the role of technology in transforming industries in the 21st century

Hosted by CFA Society Germany, this focused, interactive conference provides a unique opportunity to engage with Europe’s leading investment professionals.

*Number of individual countries represented by EIC delegates, 2010–2016.




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