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Event Detail

Asset Allocation and Investment Policies for Private Clients (Ended)

Date, Time, and Location:
Thursday, November 16, 2006 (add this event to your Outlook Calendar)
7am
Intercontinental Chicago, 505 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL  60611   (Driving Directions)

CFA Society of Chicago and CFA Institute present...
Asset Allocation and Investment Policies for Private Clients

Join this gathering of leading practitioners and academics to discuss the asset allocation challenges facing the high-net-worth client, and explore alternative approaches to investment policy and portfolio construction geared specifically to managers of private wealth. Speakers will address such questions as: What are the costs associated with behavioral finance? Can human capital be integrated into the asset allocation process? What risk measures are appropriate for individual investors? Should each investor have multiple investment horizons?

Attendees will include:

Private Client Portfolio Managers
Private Client Relationship Managers
Family Office Professionals
Investment Advisers
Private Client Consultants
Private Client Group Executives/Chief Investment Officers

Time and Date:
Thursday, November 16, 2006
7:00 A.M. - 5:30 P.M.

Location:
Intercontinental Chicago
505 North Michigan Avenue

Fee:

$1095 - CFA CHICAGO, CFA INSTITUTE & CURRENT CFA CANDIDATES
$1395 - NON-MEMBERS AND GUESTS

Special Registration Discount for Society Members

CFA Institute is offering members of the CFA Society of Chicago a 10% discount (net of any other discounts) for the upcoming conference Asset Allocation for Private Clients, to be held November 16 at the InterContinental. Members should notify CFA Institute of their society status at time of registration and are encouraged to fax or mail their registrations as the discount is not automatically applied with online registration. Rebates can be processed upon request. If you have already registered and would like to request a 10% refund, contact CFA Institute at programs@cfainstitute.org or 434-951-5500.

Register by October 2, 2006 and receive a $100 discount!
Function tickets not accepted as payment for this event.

Eligible for 7.5 credit hours

This Conference qualifies for credit under the guidelines for the CFA Institute Professional Development Program. Please see www.cfainstitute.org/memresources/pdprogram for more information.

REGISTER NOW at http://www.cfainstitute.org/memresources/conferences/Event_1615/index.html Registration is through CFA Institute. NOTE: CFA Chicago cannot accept reservations for this event.

TOPICS
(To see detailed agenda, please visit:
http://www.cfainstitute.org/memresources/conferences/Event_1615/agenda.html)

  • Conference Welcome and Opening Remarks - Scott D. Welch, Fortigent, a Lydian Company
  • Multi-Period Optimization for Private Client Portfolios - Dan diBartolomeo, Northfield Information Services, Inc.
  • Is it Time for Post-Modern Portfolio Theory? - Gregory W. Kasten, Unified Trust Company, NA
  • Investment Policy Best Practices: Communication, Creation, and Commitment - Leslie S. Kiefer, CFA, Cambridge Associates LLC
  • Can Hedge Fund Portfolios Be Optimized? - Mark R. Szycher, Weston Capital Management, LLC
  • 100 Percent Equity: A Trustee's Dilemma - John D. Skjervem, CFA, Northern Trust & Stephen Satchell, University of Cambridge
  • Human Capital, Asset Allocation, and Life Insurance - Roger G. Ibbotson, Yale School of Management
  • Behavioral Finance and Investment Policy: The Costs of Abandoning Modern Portfolio Theory - Jean L.P. Brunel, CFA, Brunel Associates, LLC

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