The MIT Sloan Investment Conference is an annual event that brings together some of the most notable individuals in the investment world to educate and connect a wide range of financial industry participants. The conference has grown to more than 400 attendees, ranging from academics to professionals, and will continue to generate meaningful discussions as markets become increasingly complex and challenging.
In prior years, the conference has featured investing experts such as Howard Marks (Oaktree Capital), Jeremy Grantham (GMO), Thomas H. Lee (Thomas H. Lee Capital), Robert Merton (Nobel Laureate), Gary Bergstrom (Acadian Asset Management), Vikram Pandit (TGG Group), Daniel D'Aniello (The Carlyle Group), and many more.
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.
Since founding modern finance in the 1960's, MIT Sloan continues to advance investment and finance thought leadership to this day. Our objective of this conference is to represent the school's mission statement, "to develop principled, innovative leaders who improve the world and to generate ideas that advance management practice."
Please join us this year for the opportunity to:
- Gain insights on current investing topics ranging from quantitative strategies to private equity funds
- Engage with distinguished professors, keynote speakers, and panelists
- Network with students and professionals that have capital markets/regulation/corporate finance backgrounds