The MIT Sloan Investment Conference is an annual event that brings together influential individuals in the finance and investment world to debate, discuss, and share their views on the most pressing issues in macroeconomics, finance, and investing.
The theme of this year's 12th MIT Sloan Investment Conference is "Investing during Complex Macro Markets." While the public companies have reached some of the highest equity valuations in years, other market components have simultaneously behaved in new ways never seen before by investors: negative interest rates, slowing economic growth, global quantitative easing, low fixed income yields, and record-high sovereign debt.
This year, the conference will feature investing experts such as David Salem (Windhorse Capital Management), John Chisholm (Acadian Asset Management), George Mussalli (PanAgora Asset Management), Pat Dorsey (Dorsey Asset Management), Sammy Simnegar (Fidelity Investments), Jessica Stauth (Quantopian) and many more. For more information on keynote speakers, check our website (sloaninvestmentconference.com).