London, 30 November – 2 December, 2010 – Early bird available before October 4
Jointly organised by CFA Institute and EDHEC-Risk Institute, the Advances in Asset Allocation Seminar takes stock of the latest research industry trends and research advances and clarify the distinction between true innovation and mere marketing claims.
This intensive three-day course will provide participants with an in-depth appreciation of the concepts and techniques that will shape the future of investment management. The seminar will also equip them with practical tools to improve asset allocation and risk management processes, implement novel investment management approaches, and develop new products.
Presented in a highly accessible manner by an instructor who combines academic expertise and industry experience, it strikes a balance between exploration of new models and a study of applications.
For further information about the London event please click here.
To book a seat, please visit our online store: store.edhec-risk.com or contact Mélanie Ruiz at EXECeducation@edhec-risk.com or on: +33 493-187-819
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