Registration Open: 2015 European Investment Conference


Registration is now open for the 2015 European Investment Conference, held in London on 26–27 November. This year’s conference, which will deliver technical workshops for investment practitioners and valuable insights on the region’s most pressing economic developments, includes sessions with the following speakers:

  • Anne Richards, chief investment officer and head of the EMEA region at Aberdeen Asset Management.
  • Tim Harford, behavioral economist and columnist at the Financial Times.
  • Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, chairman of the board of SNAM and former member of the executive board at the European Central Bank.

At last year’s European Investment Conference, James Montier made his case against shareholder value maximization, Philippa Malmgren explained how geopolitical conflicts are connected to economic pressures, Elroy Dimson examined John Maynard Keynes’ track record as an investor, and a panel of experts discussed economic prospects for China and India.

This year’s conference, cohosted at London’s Guoman Hotel by CFA Institute and CFA Society United Kingdom, will gather Europe’s leading portfolio managers, analysts, chief investment officers, and CEOs for a focused, interactive experience and a unique opportunity to gain fresh insights.

Register now for an opportunity to strengthen your technical expertise and network with like-minded investors from across Europe.

This post was updated on 28 September 2015, to update the list of speakers appearing at the conference. Due to a scheduling conflict, Lord Sebastian Coe will be unable to participate.

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All posts are the opinion of the author. As such, they should not be construed as investment advice, nor do the opinions expressed necessarily reflect the views of CFA Institute or the author’s employer.

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