Sunday, May 31, 2009

Infiniti Conference TCD - Exceptional Line-Up

2009 INFINITI Conference on International Finance 8-9 June 2009 TCD

Sunday, 7 June 2009
1700-1900 Welcome Reception and Early Registration Dining Hall Foyer

Monday, 8 June 2009
0800-1800 Registration Desk Open Upper Concourse, Level 2, Arts Building
0830-0900 Welcome Walton Theatre
“Re-structuring, reform and re-regulation: what will finance look like in 2012?” Opening Remarks by Dan O’Brien, Senior Europe Editor/Economist, The Economist Intelligence Unit
0900-1030 Parallel Sessions 1
1030-1100 Tea & Coffee Upper Concourse
1100-1200 Plenary Session Walton Theatre
“Skewness and Systematic Risk" Robert F Engle,2003 Nobel Laureate and Michael Armellino Professor of Finance, Stern School of Business, NYU
1200-1300 Lunch (delegates’ own arrangements)
1300-1500 Special Session A Walton Theatre
“Moral Hazard in International Finance” : Speakers Sam Glucksberg, Emeritus Professor of Psychology, Princeton University; Nimi Wariboko, Katherine B Stuart Professor of Christian Ethics, Andover Newton Theological School (ANTS) ; Scott R Paeth, Religious Studies, DePaul University
1330-1500 Special Session B Emmet Theatre
“Asset Management and International Volatility” Speakers Diego Franzin, Head of Global Quantitative Research &
Management, Pioneer Investment Management Ltd, Joe Naughton, Head of Structured Products, Allied
Irish Banks plc; Giuseppe Insalaco, Entrepreneur ; Marco Lazzarino, Head of Strategy Management Desk, MPS Asset Management Ireland Ltd

1500-1515 Tea & Coffee Upper Concourse
1515-1615 Special Session C Walton Theatre
“Is there value in Corporate Governance Rankings?” Speakers Raj Aggarwal, Dean, The University of Akron Business School; Sandra Dow, UQAM Université du Québec à Montréal; William Megginson, Rainbolt Chair of Finance, The University of Oklahoma; Roberta Romano, Yale Law School Center for the Study of Corporate Law
1615-1630 Tea & Coffee Upper Concourse
1630-1800 Parallel Sessions 2

Tuesday, 9 June 2009
0800-1800 Registration Desk Open Upper Concourse
0830-1000 Parallel Sessions 3
1000-1015 Tea & Coffee Upper Concourse
1015-1145 Parallel Sessions 4
1145-1200 Tea & Coffee Upper Concourse
1200-1300 Plenary Session Walton Theatre
“The recent global crisis and how to measure its contagion” Roberto Rigobon, Sloan School of Management, MIT
1300-1330 Lunch (delegates’ own arrangements)
1330-1500 Parallel Sessions 5
1500-1515 Tea & Coffee Upper Concourse
1515-1615 Special Session D Walton Theatre
“Financial Stability: Experiences on both sides of the Atlantic” Speakers Frank Brown, Head of Monetary Policy and Financial Stability, Irish Financial Services Regulatory Authority, ; Gerald P Dwyer, Director of Center for Financial Innovation and Stability, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta ; James Lothian, Fordham University ;Maria J Nieto, Senior Advisor, Banco de España
Gerard Hertig, ETH Zentrum
Special Session E Emmet Theatre
“Research & Industry Interface in Sustainable and Ethical Investments” Speakers Constantin Gurdgiev, Trinity College Dublin, Steve Falci, KBC Asset Management ; Nick Robins, HSBC Bank Plc ; Dennis McLeavey, CFA Institute ; John Devitt, Transparency International Ireland
1615-1630 Tea & Coffee Upper Concourse
1630-1800 Parallel Sessions 6
1900 Conference Gala Dinner The Guinness Storehouse, St James’ Gate, Dublin 8

Note that over 160 papers in all aspects of international finance will be presented at the parallel sessions. Full details on the conference and booking forms can be found at http://www.tcd.ie/business/news-and-events/events/

2 comments:

Martin Ryan said...

The symposium on “The Ontology of Moral Hazard in International Finance" is free. It's on from 1-3 in the Walton Theatre, next Monday the 8th June.

Martin Ryan said...

The speakers at the free session are: Sam Glucksberg, Emeritus Professor of Psychology, Princeton University; Nimi Wariboko, Katherine B Stuart Professor of Christian Ethics, Andover Newton Theological School (ANTS) ; Scott R Paeth, Religious Studies, DePaul University