Brian Kelly, founder of Brian Kelly Capital and routine contributor on CNBC, will be a guest speaker at the 2013 Behavioral Finance Symposium presented by The Galtere Institute at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga College of Business on Oct. 10. Mr. Kelly will join the world’s leading experts on behavioral finance to discuss the way investors, traders and financial consultants conduct business and explore the emotions that drive Wall Street.
Throughout his career, Mr. Kelly has specialized in trading multiple asset classes, complex cross-border investments, and risk arbitrage. A passion for investments and entrepreneurship has led him to start three successful investment businesses. His firm, Brian Kelly Capital, is a global investment management firm specializing in Global Macro investing.
On Thursday, Oct. 10, Mr. Kelly will join academics and investment professionals to discuss the concept of Risk Management post financial crisis on the context of Behavioral Finance. The 2013 Behavioral Finance Symposium will focus on the differences on the approach to investing from the male and female perspectives.
“We are honored to have several highly regarded guests join us for such an important day of discussions,” said Sue Culpepper, director of the Galtere Institute at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. “Brian is a major contributor in the investment world, and we are privileged to have him as a guest this year.”
Mr. Kelly is a graduate of the University of Vermont where he received a BS in finance. He also holds an MBA from Babson Graduate School of Business with a concentration in finance and econometrics. A regular on CNBC, Mr. Kelly can be seen three to four days a week on Fast Money, Halftime Report, The Kudlow Report, Money in Motion and Trading the Globe.
For more information about the 2013 Behavioral Finance Symposium, go to: www.UTC.edu/GaltereSymposium2013
. Registration is open until Oct. 5 and the cost is $150 per person or $160 which includes continuing education credits.