The 2013 Behavioural Finance Forum
Level 40 - The Gherkin
30 St Mary Axe
London
The Broadcast PR Business

Who should take notice?

This is a forum for:

  • private investors
  • financial traders
  • financial advisers
  • fund managers
  • pension trustees
  • economists
  • academics
  • wealth managers
  • psychologists

Further reading

Further reading

Vist Videos & further reading for links to research papers and books

Future Forum events

Please email Matthew Locke to be kept informed of future events:

matthew@broadcastprbusiness.com

Download brochure

The 2013 Behavioural Finance Forum invitation

Download a printable PDF brochure about the event [2.2Mb]

Venue


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Level 40
The Gherkin
30 St Mary Axe
London EC3A 8BF [view map]

Telephone 020 7469 4036

Following the success of last year's Forum, The Broadcast PR Business will be hosting The 2014 Behavioural Finance Forums at the top of The Gherkin on the 10th & 26th June 2014.

More details will be available on this website very soon.

See highlights from the 2013 Forum in the video below and find out what the panelists thought in the video on the right.

What the panelists thought

The 2013 Behavioural Finance Forum

The event brought together leading international academics, practitioners and journalists.

The aim of the event was to discuss the impact of human behaviour and emotions on financial markets, including wealth management, pensions, corporate finance and trading.

View details about the panel discussions and speakers below:

Find out more

Visit Videos & further reading to view films of the event and links to further research

Participants included

Some of the participants

The expert panels debated the following questions:

  • What can behavioural finance teach us about financial crashes?
  • How do our emotions impact on financial trading?
  • Fund managers under pressure: can emotional finance improve performance?
  • Is there a role for behavioural finance in wealth management?
  • Behavioural corporate finance: the missing link in the deal chain?
Expert panels

The particpants included:

  • Professor Richard Fairchild
    Bath University
  • Greg B Davies
    Barclays
  • Philip Coggan
    The Economist
  • Professor Raghavendra Rau
    Cambridge University
    Judge Business School
  • Professor Brian Scott-Quinn
    The ICMA Centre,
    Henley Business School
  • Edward Hadas
    Reuters Breakingviews
  • Nicola Horlick
    Rockpool Investments
  • Joe Rundle
    ETX Capital
  • Dafydd Rees
    Sky Business News
  • Frances Hudson
    Standard Life Investments
  • Professor Mark Fenton O'Creevy
    The Open University
  • Simon Yun-Farmbrough
    Fenchurch Advisory Partners

The conference promotion:

  • There was an international media release
  • Web interviews were promoted via social media
  • Edited videos of panel discussions and presentations are available to view on our videos page
  • Material is available for corporate web use

Conference webcast

A webcast of the live event was available from this website on the day of the conference and highlights of this are available to view on our videos page

The Broadcast PR Business

This event has been organised by The Broadcast PR Business - leaders in the broadcast and social media revolution.

To find out more about us, visit our website:

www.broadcastprbusiness.com

 



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