EDHEC-Risk Institute is teaming with Yale School of Management to deliver a certificate programme in advanced techniques for investment management
The focus of these seminars is on utilising the latest academic insights to help investment professionals better understand and implement advanced investment approaches and methodologies. The seminars provide relevant academic insights with respect to some of the most important dimensions of the investment process, including implementing disciplined risk and asset allocation decisions, efficiently harvesting factor risk premia across and within traditional and alternative asset classes, and designing truly meaningful forms of liability-driven or goal-based investment solutions.
- Yale SOM-EDHEC-Risk Harvesting Risk Premia in Equity and Bonds Markets Seminar (3 days)
9-11 May 2016 in London (register here)
18-20 May 2016 in New Haven (register here)
Day 1: Foundations and recent research advances in equity portfolio management
Day 2: Equity factor investing in practice: Applications to portfolio management
Day 3: Efficient harvesting of interest rate and credit risk premia
- Yale SOM-EDHEC-Risk Harvesting Risk Premia in Alternative Asset Classes and Investment Strategies Seminar (3 days)
27-29 June 2016 in London (register here)
11-13 July 2016 in New Haven
Day 1: Foundations and recent research advances in private equity, hedge funds, real estate and fine art
Day 2: Commodities: Investment narrative and fundamentals of commodity investing
Day 3: Infrastructure: Investment narrative, asset pricing and performance measurement
- Yale SOM-EDHEC-Risk Multi-Asset Multi-Manager Products and Solutions Seminar (2 days)
5-6 December 2016 in New Haven
12-13 December 2016 in London
Day 1: Evidence of predictability in asset, factor and manager returns
Day 2: Global tactical asset allocation strategies
- Yale SOM-EDHEC-Risk Asset Allocation and Investment Solutions Seminar (2 days)
January 2017 in London
February 2017 at Yale University in New Haven
Day 1: Risk and asset allocation decisions
Day 2: Liability-driven and goal-based investing solutions
|Certificate in Risk and Investment Management brochure|
The Yale School of Management – EDHEC-Risk Certificate in Risk and Investment Management
Participants can complete all four seminars and receive the prestigious joint Yale School of Management-EDHEC-Risk Certificate in Risk and Investment Management, or attend a single session which provides more focused study.
The requirements to obtain the certificate are:
- Attend four seminars. The Certificate can be completed over a 1 to 2-year period in London and/or New Haven.
- Successfully submit one dedicated assignment for each attended seminar. The assignment will take the form of a four-page overview of how the themes covered in the seminar may be used in the design of innovative investment solutions.
Who Should Attend
The seminar series is intended for senior officers, investment specialists and administrators working for buy- and sell-side institutions, and for consultants and key account representatives advising high net worth individuals and institutional investors.
Continuing Professional Education Credits
|EDHEC-Risk Institute is registered with CFA Institute|
as an Approved Provider of continuing education programs.
|EDHEC-Risk Institute is registered with GARP|
as an Approved Provider of continuing professional education credits for FRMs and ERPs.
|For IMCA members, IMCA will grant 12 hours (two day seminars) and 18 hours (three day seminars) of CE credit toward the CIMA, CIMC, and CPWA certifications.|
Yale School of Management – EDHEC-Risk Institute Certificate in Risk and Investment Management:
Certificate in Risk and Investment Management brochure
Yale SOM-EDHEC-Risk Harvesting Risk Premia in Equity and Bonds Markets Seminar brochure, 9-11 May 2016, London
Yale SOM-EDHEC-Risk Harvesting Risk Premia in Equity and Bonds Markets Seminar brochure, 18-20 May 2016, New Haven
Yale SOM-EDHEC-Risk Harvesting Risk Premia in Alternative Asset Classes and Investment Strategies Seminar brochure, 27-29 June 2016, London