To become a successful institutional investment manager you have to master a lot more than just good asset class selection. Other issues such as investment risk management, asset liability matching, implementing strategies within the constraints of the global investment markets all play a pivotal role. Attend and you will:
Case studies include: Private banking asset allocations vs. pension fund allocation; A review of endowment asset allocation success: The Yale and Harvard Endowment examples
Exercises include: Pitfalls in using a mean variance asset allocation optimiser to create a global asset allocation program for an investment organisation; Creating an Asset Allocation Model for your own organisation
John is an international Institutional Investment Advisor. He began his career in the investment banking & asset management field a wndorked in a variety of world class banks including Nomura, Citicorp, Vickers da Costa, Barclays & UBS. He has worked in financial centres globally including Tokyo, New York & Geneva. John also has an academic background as an Associate Professor of Finance at the renowned graduate school, Thunderbird Global School of International Management.
Excellent course with an educated lecturer