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Luis M. Viceira | Disrupting Wall Street?

The Harvard Center Shanghai cordially invites you to a talk and reception with Professor Luis M. Viceira from Harvard Business School.

Disrupting Wall Street? Wealth Management in the 21st Century
Luis M. Viceira

Professor Viceira, George E. Bates Professor and Senior Associate Dean for International Development at HBS, will speak on “Disrupting Wall Street? Wealth Management in the 21st Century". In his field and practitioner-oriented research, Prof. Viceira studies the design of asset allocation strategies for long-term investors, both individuals and institutions; pension fund design; the management and organization of large institutional investors, including pension funds, endowments, and large asset managers such as mutual fund companies or wealth management groups; and innovation and disruption in the money management industry.


Date:         Monday 1 June 2015 | 18.00 - 20.00 
Venue:      Harvard Center Shanghai, 
                    5F, HSBC Building, 
                    Shanghai ifc, 
                    8 Century Avenue, Shanghai 
RSVP        Seats are limited. 
                    Kindly RSVP immediately to Tracy Qin at [email protected]

Cost:        Free (by RSVP only)



Professor Luis M. Viceira   Professor Viceira, George E. Bates Professor and Senior Associate Dean for International Development at the Harvard Business School. He is the author of multiple journal articles published in leading academic and practitioner-oriented finance journals, book chapters, HBS case studies, and the book Strategic Asset Allocation with John Y. Campbell. His research has received several awards recognizing its contributions to the theory and practice of asset management, including the 2002 TIAA-CREF Paul Samuelson Award, the 2005 Graham and Dodd Award by the CFA Institute, the 2004 Prize for Financial Innovation of the Q-Group, Inquire Europe, and Inquire U.K., and the 2014 Arthur Warga Award by the The Society for Financial Studies. He has also served as judge for the TIAA-CREF Paul Samuelson Award, and as a member of the program committee of the Annual Meeting of the American Finance Association, the Western Finance Association, the European Finance Association, and the European Financial Management Association, among others. Professor Viceira is a member of HBS faculty since 1998, and he develops research, case writing, and teaching in the areas of investment management and capital markets. He is currently the instructor for the Investment Management course in the Elective Curriculum of the MBA Program and co-chair of the CFA Institute Investment Management Program for asset managers at HBS. He holds a bachelor degree from the Universidad Autonoma in Madrid, and a M.A. degree and a Ph.D. degree from Harvard University.