WELLESLEY, Mass., March 11, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Fourth Annual Cutler Center Babson Investment Management Association (BIMA) Conference, "The Global Outlook and Investment Strategies," will be held March 25, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. at Babson College.
- Andrew Lo, Chairman and Chief Investment Strategist at AlphaSimplex, and Harris & Harris Group Professor of Finance at MIT, who will offer the morning keynote address; and
- Ben Inker, Head of Asset Allocation, GMO, LLC, who will present the afternoon keynote.
Morning Panel: Global Equity Outlook and Strategies
- Richard Skaggs, Senior Equity Strategist, Loomis Sayles & Company
- Garrett Goggin, '92, M'10, Associate Editor, Gold Stock Analyst
- Catherine Friend White, M'86, Founder, Senior Portfolio Manager, FinArc, LLC
- Charles Mangum, former Dividend Growth Portfolio Manager, Fidelity Management & Research Company, Executive-in-Residence, Babson College Fund
- Steven Feinstein, Moderator, Babson Finance Professor
Afternoon Panel: Global Fixed Income Outlook and Strategies
- Todd Finkelstein, Director, Senior Fixed Income Portfolio Manager, Conning Asset Management
- Jerry Jacobs, CIO, Argent Wealth Management, former Municipal Bond Fund Manager, Senior Investment Strategist, and Partner, Putnam Investments
- Ken Anadu, M'10, Fixed Income Analyst, Pension Reserve Investment Management
- Ryan Davies, Moderator, Babson Finance Professor
View the full schedule http://bimababson.com/conference/.
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