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Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Second Annual Meeting of the Swiss Finance Institute
Place: SWX Swiss Exchange ConventionPoint Zurich
Time: 09:30 - 18:15

Program [PDF]

Cost: 150 CHF (includes workshop materials, lunch and refreshments)
Plenary Event: Free of charge

If you are a journalist or an Official Alumni member, please indicate this in the comment field below.

The plenary event will be opened by Swiss Finance Institute Foundation Board Chairman Olivier Steimer and feature leading Stanford University credit risk expert Darrell Duffie.

Emission derivatives expert Brian O'Hearne and London Business School's asset pricing theorist Suleyman Basak will join other distinguished speakers in the knowledge transfer and research workshops.

And don't miss the workshop on executive education, which will focus on margin developments in the finance industry with presentations by CEO Jürg Bucher, Credit Suisse's Stefan Reinholz and Univ. Geneva's Carlos Jarillo.


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Morning Workshops
09:15-12:20
Executive Education: Private Banking
Harry Hürzeler, Thorsten Hens, Panelists including Della Bradshaw (Moderator, Financial Times)
09:15 - 12:20
Research Session I: Delegated Portfolio Management
Rajna Gibson, Michael Brennan, Massimo Massa, Russ Wermers

Afternoon Workshops
13:30-16:20
Knowledge Transfer: Alternative Investments
Paolo Vanini (Chair), Ralph Kretschmer, Michael Eakins
13:30-16:20
Research Session II: Research on Portfolio Management
Rajna Gibson (Chair), Francesco Franzoni, Amit Goyal, Olivier Scaillet

Plenary Event with Darrell Duffie (admission is free)
16:45-18:15
Yes, I will attend the Plenary Session
16:45-18:15
No, I will not attend

Check this box if you are Official Alumni, Journalist
09:30 - 18:15
SFI Researcher, Journalist or Alumni

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