Columbia Business School has occupied an important place in the history of asset management. From the seminal works of Benjamin Graham and David Dodd to the prestigious Heilbrunn Center under the leadership of Professor Bruce Greenwald, CBS has provided an intellectual home base for the philosophies of value investing. Alumni of Columbia’s program include Warren Buffett ’51, Leon Cooperman '67, Mario Gabelli ’67, Glenn Greenberg ’73, Arthur Samberg '67, and William von Mueffling ’95.
The Columbia Investment Management Association builds from its philosophical foundation to consider the complexity of today’s investment theory and practice. Join us for our 12th annual conference, which provides an excellent opportunity to hear from some of the top names in the investment management business. This year’s presenters will discuss trends in the current investment climate in the midst of tremendously chaotic and historic times for the financial markets.
This year’s speakers and panelists include:
• Bill Ackman, Pershing Square Capital Management
• James Chanos, Kynikos Associates
• David Einhorn, Greenlight Capital
• Beth Lilly, Woodland Partners, GAMCO
• Bill Miller, Legg Mason
• James Montier, Société Générale
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