The JOIM Conference Series (founded in 2006) extends the mandate of the Journal Of Investment Management (JOIM) publication of bridging the theory and practice of investment management. Whereas the JOIM publication is a rigorous peer reviewed publication, the JOIM Conference Series showcases very high quality presentations and a platform for interactive discussions of current topics in the investment management arena. Prevalent throughout both activities is the highest quality material suitable for the academic, practitioner and student.
Each conference consists of a Sunday banquet with a keynote speaker and two days of presentations and discussions with experts in the field. Conferences are held twice a year (Spring and Fall).
Prior conference topics included: Market Microstructure with an emphasis on High Frequency Trading, Neuroeconomics; Modern Portfolio Theory – The Evolution and Future; Behavioral Finance; Hedge Funds; Liquidity & Leverage; Risk Management; Volatility; Trading and Portfolio Implementation; and Individual and Institutional Investment Management Issues.
Risk Managers, Portfolio Managers, Pension Managers, Plan Sponsors, Endowments, Senior Executives of Financial Firms and Academics would all benefit from attending these conferences.