In today's turbulent investing environment — driven by new, geopolitical forces — where can asset managers find attractive returns?
The University of Virginia Darden School of Business Center for Asset Management will host the sixth annual University of Virginia Investing Conference 14-15 November 2013.
Asset management experts, convened by Darden's top-ranked faculty, will gather to analyze the global investing landscape, which is shaped more than ever before by politics and policy — making it difficult to predict what's next in macroeconomics.
"We'll probe innovations and investment ideas that could help investors respond proactively to current conditions. Emerging from the recent government shutdown and operating within an environment of sequestration, the discussions will prove most interesting and insightful," said Darden's Dean Bob Bruner.
While considering broad, macro issues, the speakers and panelists will add micro insights and discuss strategies for asset allocation, investment selection and risk management.
Talks by guest speakers will include:
- Where Are Emerging Markets Headed? — Joyce Chang, Global Head of Fixed Income Research, JP Morgan Securities LLC
- Investing in Quality Business Models — Richard Chilton, Chairman & CEO, Chilton Investment Company
- The Outlook for the U.S. Economy and Its Financial Markets, and Investment Strategy — Tony Crescenzi, Executive Vice President, Market Strategist and Portfolio Manager, PIMCO
- Managing Money in Uncertain Times — Howard Marks, Chairman, Oaktree
- Equity Markets & the T.I.N.A. Factor (There Is No Alternative to Equities) — Jason DeSena Trennert, Managing Partner, Chairman & CEO, Strategas Research Partners LLC
Industry experts will take a close look at three topics:
- Larry Kochard, CEO and Chief Investment Officer, University of Virginia Investment Management Company (moderator)
- Donald W. Lindsey, Chief Investment Officer, The George Washington University
- Scott Malpass, Vice President and Chief Investment Officer, University of Notre Dame
- D. Ellen Shuman, Former Vice President and Chief Investment Officer, Carnegie Corporation
- Shelby Bonnie, Managing Director, Allen & Company (moderator)
- Henry Ellenbogen, Portfolio Manager, T. Rowe Price
- Scott Ferber, Chief Executive Officer, Videology
- Ned Hooper (MBA `94), Partner, Centerview Capital
- Kyle Bass, Managing Partner, Hayman Capital Management LP (moderator)
- Joseph "Jody" LaNasa III, Managing Partner, Serengeti Asset Management
- Wil VanLoh, President and Chief Executive Officer, Quantum Energy Partners
- Michael Watzky, Managing Partner, BP Natural Gas Opportunity Partners LP
Bloomberg Television will be the exclusive television broadcaster. Corporate sponsors include: American Civics Exchange; Discovery Capital Management LLC.; Collegiate Capital Management; Fort Washington Investment Advisors; Quantitative Investment Management; Sands Capital Management, Inc.; Wilkinson O'Grady & Company, Inc.; T. Rowe Price and Panning Capital.
The event is open to the public; registration fees apply. For more information, please visit www.darden.virginia.edu/UVIC2013.
About the Darden School of Business
The University of Virginia Darden School of Business is one of the world's leading business schools, offering MBA, Ph.D. and Executive Education programs. The unique Darden experience combines the case study method, top-ranked faculty whose research advances global managerial practice and business education, and a tight-knit learning environment to develop responsible and complete leaders who are ready to make an impact.
About the Darden Center for Asset Management
The Darden Center for Asset Management (CAM) serves as a hub of thought leadership and professional development for faculty, students, alumni and business practitioners in the field of asset management. The center prepares future leaders for the industry and delivers a steady stream of research exploring the full spectrum of asset classes in this important field: equities, fixed income, cash, currency, real estate, infrastructure, hedge funds and private equity.
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