Institutional investors play dominant role in both the stock and the bond markets in the U.S. and are increasingly important in China.
Institutional investors play dominant role in both the stock and the bond markets in the U.S. and are increasingly important in China. From mutual funds to ETFs, from private equity investment to hedge funds, the money management industry is experiencing phenomenal growth.
Join Prof. Jennifer HUANG on December 26th as she will offer solutations to those hot-spot questions below:
How did the industry develop in the U.S.?
How did individual and institutional investors participate in and influence the development of this industry? What can China learn from this experience?
As an investor, how should one choose the optimal portfolio allocation? How to evaluate the performance of funds?
As a money management firm, how should one choose investment strategies? How to get the money to manage? How to design the incentive contracts for their fund managers?
Professor of Finance
Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.)
Dr. Huang sits on the editorial boards of Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, International Review of Applied Financial Issues and Economics, and International Review of Finance.
Research Areas: liquidity and asset pricing, mutual funds, internal capital allocation, taxes