Registration is now open for the 2016 European Investment Conference, held in Amsterdam on 7–8 November. This year’s conference is convened under the central theme, Adapting Approaches: New Models, New Mindsets, New Markets, to consider and analyze the European climate following the United Kingdom’s EU referendum. The event will include sessions with the following speakers:
- Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Laureate, professor, and founder of Grameen Bank
- Virginie Maisonneuve, CFA, founder and managing director of Maisonneuve Global Advisors and former managing director and chief investment officer of equities at PIMCO
- Sony Kapoor, director of Re-Define, an international think tank, and CEO of Court Jesters Consulting
At last year’s European Investment Conference, Charles Robertson discussed Iran as the next frontier in investing, Tim Harford examined what it takes to get forecasts right, Lars Kroijer gave an overview of the ways that crowdfunding is democratizing investing, and Anne Richards outlined the asset management industry’s opportunity to adapt to disruptions.
This year’s conference, hosted at Hotel Okura Amsterdam by CFA Society Netherlands, will dig deeper into the most pressing topics for the profession, offering a truly unique opportunity to engage with Europe’s leading investment professionals.
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