Introducing the New Web Site at BehavioralFinance.com and Announcing…
We are very excited to mark our fifth year with the launch of BehavioralFinance.com and the inclusion of five-time best-selling author Leonard Mlodinow as our special guest.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB)
September 13, 2017
The International Forum for Behavioral Finance and Economics announces the launch of its web site at BehavioralFinance.com and the opening of registration for the 2017 Behavioral Finance Symposium. Now in its fifth year, this event represents a unique collaboration between industry and academia to provide relevant and applicable education on behavioral finance to financial and corporate professionals as well as individual investors and traders. The event is co-produced this year by the CMT Association and graciously hosted by Golden Gate University in their downtown campus at 536 Mission Street, San Francisco.
Already established as a unique and standout event in the Bay area, the 2017 Behavioral Finance Symposium now expands to an international audience with the help of the CMT Association and the worldwide launch of its web site at BehavioralFinance.com. Richard Lehman, Founder of the Symposium and Adjunct Professor of Behavioral Finance at GGU and UC Berkeley Extension, notes, “We are very excited to mark the occasion of our fifth year with the launch of BehavioralFinance.com and the inclusion of five-time best-selling author Leonard Mlodinow as our special guest. As a Behavioral Finance Instructor, I find Dr. Mlodinow’s books “Subliminal” and “The Drunkard’s Walk” to represent core premises for understanding the hidden forces that drive our financial actions and decisions.”
This year, the Symposium also adds a half day of interactive workshops and a gala “meet the speakers” reception to the program. Details and event registration are available at https://www.behavioralfinance.com/2017-behavioral-finance-symposium/. Questions and media inquiries may be directed to info(at)behavioralfinance(dot)com.
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