August 30, 2017
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Hall, Xavier Room
The Evolution of Investment Management: The Cost of Constraints
Dr. Myron Scholes, Nobel Laureate in Economics in 1997, will discuss his new research about the failure in our current investment profession to focus too much on beating the benchmark. He will talk to us about considering the implications of dynamic investing on the compound returns to an investor which will ultimately make their retirement better. There will be a Q&A moderated by USF’s Professor Ludwig Chincarini.
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Myron Scholes is the Frank E. Buck Professor of Finance, Emeritus, at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Nobel Laureate in Economic Sciences, and co-originator of the Black-Scholes options pricing model. Scholes was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1997 for his new method of determining the value of derivatives. Scholes is currently the Chairman of the Board of Economic Advisers of Stamos Partners. Previously he served as the Chairman of Platinum Grove Asset Management and on the Dimensional Fund Advisors Board of Directors, American Century Mutual Fund Board of Directors and the Cutwater Advisory Board. He was a principal and Limited Partner at Long-Term Capital Management, L.P. and a Managing Director at Salomon Brothers. Other positions Scholes held include the Edward Eagle Brown Professor of Finance at the University of Chicago, Senior Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Director of the Center for Research in Security Prices, and Professor of Finance at MIT’s Sloan School of Management. Scholes earned his PhD at the University of Chicago.