This upcoming webinar is presented by the CFA Institute and there is no cost to attend.
Members are encouraged to pass this invite onto colleagues regardless of membership status.
This session from Equity Research and Valuation 2016 will take place on 18 November at 8:00 a.m. ET. Topics will include: Anger is the new hope, as reflected by Brexit, Trump, and the rise of nationalism. Household discontent has been years in the making-only now are the issues coming to the surface, both in the United States and abroad; The ingredients of discontent are economic and political, so the resolution must involve economic and political policies that reflect changing demographics, technology, trade, and debt; and the investment implications are enormous and need to be considered by participants in the investment industry.
Jack Ablin, CFA, is an executive vice president and chief investment officer with BMO Private Bank. As head of macro strategy, he chairs the Asset Allocation, Mutual Fund Re-Optimization, and Harriscreen Stock Selection committees and is responsible for establishing investment policy and strategy within the bank throughout the United States. Previously, Mr. Ablin served as a professor of finance at Boston University's Graduate School of Management and as a Money and Markets correspondent for the NBC affiliate in Jacksonville, Florida. He is the author of Reading Minds and Markets: Minimizing Risk and Maximizing Returns in a Volatile Global Marketplace and is a frequent contributor to CNBC, Bloomberg, the Wall Street Journal, and Barron's. Mr. Ablin is a member of CFA Society Chicago. He earned an AB degree in mathematics and computer science from Vassar College and an MBA from Boston University. Mr. Ablin is on Twitter, sharing updates as @JackAblin.