Yale School of Management and EDHEC-Risk Institute now jointly offer top-quality executive education courses in the area of investing and risk management based on the exceptional strength and relevance of academic research conducted by both Yale SOM and EDHEC-Risk finance faculty.
The first seminar offered as part of this joint initiative will enable participants to benefit from the state of the art in solutions provided by academic research to questions of prime importance for professionals, namely strategic asset allocation and the related investment solutions. This course will be conducted by two senior finance professors, Roger Ibbotson from Yale School of Management and Lionel Martellini from EDHEC Risk Institute, who have earned worldwide recognition for the relevance of their work and their involvement in the professional world.
Moreover, in the context of their partnership, Yale School of Management and EDHEC-Risk Institute have designed this first seminar as a component of an ambitious high-level programme in risk and investment management. The programme includes six seminars to take place in the US on Yale’s campus and in Europe on EDHEC-Risk Institute’s London campus. Participants in this programme, which include seminars on Equity Investment, Fixed-Income Investment, Alternative Investment, Multi-Management Investment and Structured Products Investment, can acquire the joint Yale School of Management - EDHEC-Risk Institute Certificate in Risk and Investment Management.
USD3,000. Early birds available before September 1st.
To register for the Strategic Asset Allocation and Investment UK seminar please click here
Continuing Education Credits
EDHEC-Risk Institute is registered with CFA Institute as an Approved Provider of continuing education programs.
EDHEC-Risk Institute is registered with GARP as an Approved Provider of continuing professional education credits for FRMs and ERPs.
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