2013 Behavioral Finance Symposium Is Thursday

Thursday, October 10, 2013

The Galtere Institute's Finance for the Future Initiative at The University of Tennessee Chattanooga, presents the 2013 Behavioral Finance Symposium: The Biology of Investor Sentiment: Challenges for Risk Management.

Some of the world’s leading experts on behavioral finance will join together to discuss the way investors, traders and financial consultants conduct business and explore the emotion that drives Wall Street.

The symposium is Thursday, from 11:45 a.m - 7 p.m., at the DoubleTree by Hilton, 407 Chestnut Street, Chattanooga, Tn. 37402.

This year’s Behavioral Finance Symposium will focus on the differences in the approach to investing from the male and female perspective. Dr. John Coates of Cambridge University, along with some of the world’s leading experts on behavioral finance, will come to Chattanooga to provide unique insight into the way investors, traders and financial consultants conduct business and explore the emotions that drive Wall Street.  

For more information about the Behavioral Finance Symposium, go to:  www.UTC.edu/GaltereSymposium2013.



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