November 8th, 2012
509 West 34th Street (between 10th & 11th Avenues)
New York, NY 10001
Regardless of its outcome, the upcoming U.S. election will cause investors to take a hard look at their portfolios and consider how to adjust their strategies in response to the next administration and its policies. Beyond the U.S., international pressures from the unending debt crisis in Europe and the slowdown in China are putting a drag on emerging markets and investors’ returns.
The second Bloomberg Portfolio Manager Mash-up will bring together the smartest portfolio managers and senior executives from top asset management firms to discuss their views on the trends impacting markets and how the asset management industry is evolving. In the audience are professionals who analyze, invest and recommend assets for their firms. Sessions covering major asset classes and looking in-depth at key market trends will reveal the range of approaches available for investors looking for direction in the current economic environment.
“The Subsidy Reserve Plan for Solving the Too Big to Fail Problem: An Agenda for the Upcoming Administration.”
Speakers include Cornelius Hurley, Director of the Center for Finance, Law & Policy.