Join IMCA, April 17—20 in Orlando, Florida, for our esteemed 2016 Annual Conference Experience held at the beautiful Hyatt Regency, Orlando. IMCA’s Annual Conferences are the largest association gatherings of investment advisors and wealth managers in the industry, and are renowned for featuring leading authors, academics, and investment experts who serve to educate members on the latest financial trends.
At IMCA, we understand the value of continuing education and consistently offer conferences that strive to inspire and motivate. The goal is that attendees leave with a fresh perspective, with knowledge on industry topics that will help them better meet client needs and stand out from their competitors. Our 2016 Annual Conference Experience will be no exception, delivering the best educational and networking experience of the year. The 2016 Annual Conference Experience content is aligned with five tracks to help you choose sessions aligned with your business interests:
- Institutional Consulting
- Investment Management
- Advanced Business Strategies
- Alternative Investments
- Advanced Wealth Management
Accompany the financial industry’s top minds as they discuss the most prominent topics in wealth management today. Don’t miss the must-attend event of 2016!
General Session Speakers include:
Alvin Roth is the Craig and Susan McCaw Professor of Economics at Stanford University, the author of Who Gets What— and Why, and is a joint recipient (with Lloyd S. Shapley) of the 2012 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for his work in stable allocations and the practice of market design.
The first 1,000 people to register for the 2016 IMCA Annual Conference Experience will receive an electronic version of Who Gets What—and Why by the opening keynote speaker Alvin Roth. You will receive a separate email from amazon.com with information on how to download it.
Enhance your experience of Professor Roth’s presentation by reading the book!
Andrew W. Lo is the Charles E. and Susan T. Harris Professor of Finance at the MIT Sloan School of Management and director of MIT's Laboratory for Financial Engineering. His research is focused on the fundamental aspects of investments and financial markets, including measuring illiquidity risk in hedge-fund returns, the growth of systemic risk in the hedge-fund industry, and evolutionary and neurobiological models of individual risk preferences and financial markets. In his presentation, Professor Lo will describe how big data has transformed investing from a business decision into a computational problem, and the pluses and minuses of this new world order.