CFA Institute India Investment Conference. Adapting Approaches: New Models, New Mindsets, New Markets. 7-8 November 2016, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

7th India Investment Conference

Searching for Alpha in a Divergent World
Friday, 13 January 2017
Taj Lands End, Mumbai

Register now for the 7th India Investment Conference

What are the largest sources of alpha in different markets and asset classes? Will these change over time, leading to inconsistent performance? The quest and competition for alpha is intense, and many beta strategies are disguised as alpha. How can you distinguish if it’s alpha and not beta, and how do you capture alpha in an increasingly divergent world?

Answers to all these questions and more at the 7th India Investment Conference which provides a unique opportunity for delegates to improve their understanding of key issues that will drive investment decision making in the coming months. Hosted jointly by CFA Institute and CFA Society India, the conference is a must-attend event for investment professionals.

In 2016, nearly 500 professionals including chief investment officers, strategists, portfolio managers, chartered financial analysts, private bankers, investment banking analysts, brokers, risk managers, consultants, research analysts, financial advisers, and wealth managers came to hear Dr. Ashvin B. Chhabra of Euclidean Capital; Dr. Aswath Damodaran of the Stern School of Business; Robert P. Browne, CFA, of Northern Trust; John Kay, FSIP, of the London School of Economics; and Manoj Pradhan, of Morgan Stanley.

CFA Institute CE Credit: The 7th India Investment Conference qualifies for 7.0 credit hours. For CFA Institute members, these credit hours will be updated automatically in your online CE Tracking auto-entry.

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