Live Broadcasting for Roger Urwin Session, – India Investment Conference: Investing in the New Financial Order.

For those interested in the live broadcast of the session…

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We are pleased to announce the Live Broadcasting for Roger Urwin Session, – India Investment Conference: Investing in the New Financial Order.

Date: 11 January 2013 (Friday)
Time: 9:40am Mumbai Time (Convert to your time zone)
Speaker: Roger Urwin, Global Head of Investment Content, Towers Watson

Outline: Session moderated by Prabhat Awasthi, Managing Director & Head of India Equities, Nomura

  • New normals – divergence in macro view, setting strategy consistent with alternatives, and the need for wider and longer term thinking
  • New practice – changing framework for alpha and beta, governance and culture of risk management, and risk-based asset allocation
  • New “isms” – Governments’ roles in the uncertain and volatile outlook, effectiveness and significance of the investment chain, trend of sustainable investing, and the future of finance and the financial ecosystem

Registration link for live session only : http://new.livestream.com/livecfa/urwin

To register for the full conference click here

Access the updated conference Agenda and speaker list

8:30 a.m. : Registration

9:00 a.m. : Conference Welcome
John Rogers, CFA
President and Chief Executive Officer, CFA Institute

Sunil Singhania, CFA
President, Indian Association of Investment Professionals (IAIP)
Head of Equity Investments, Reliance Mutual Fund

Opening Address
U. K. Sinha
Chairman of Securities & Exchange Board of India

9:40 a.m. : Investing in the New Financial Order
Roger Urwin
Global Head of Investment Content
Towers Watson

  • New normals – divergence in macro view, setting strategy consistent with alternatives, and the need for wider and longer term thinking
  • New practice – changing framework for alpha and beta, governance and culture of risk management, and risk-based asset allocation
  • New “isms” – Governments’ roles in the uncertain and volatile outlook, effectiveness and significance of the investment chain, trend of sustainable investing, and the future of finance and the financial ecosystem

Moderated by Prabhat Awasthi, Managing Director & Head of India Equities, Nomura

10:45 a.m. : Networking Coffee Break

11:15 a.m. : End of Growth – Investment Strategies for Survival
Satyajit Das
Author/Consultant, S Das & Associates Pty Ltd

  • With growth stalled in Europe, tepid in the United States, and slowing even in emerging economies, is this the end of growth and the beginning of economic stagnation?
  • The fundamental problems causing the global financial crisis have not yet been dealt with. Recovery has been based on extend and pretend as policy makers seek cheap money and spending-fueled growth, but debt-based growth has never been sustainable.
  • The world faces a new environment of slow growth shift to closed economies, increased distrust of governments and policy makers, and greater financial volatility and social instability.
  • How the global economic and financial engines are resetting and the challenges ahead for investors, banks, and corporations.

12:45 p.m. : Networking Lunch

2:00 p.m. : Investment Philosophies: Successful Investment Strategies and What it Takes to Make Them Work (Part 1)
Aswath Damodaran
Professor of Finance
Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University

  • Beliefs underlying a range of investment philosophies including indexing, passive and active value investing, growth investing, technical analysis, market timing, arbitrage and more.
  • Evidence on whether the strategies underlying these philosophies actually produce results.
  • What an investor needs to bring to the table to make each philosophy work, how to create and manage portfolios, and how the most successful investors profit.
  • Insights to help manage the uncertainties, chaos, and confusion amid the new financial order.

3:00 p.m. : Networking Coffee Break

3:20 p.m. : Investment Philosophies: Successful Investment Strategies and What it Takes to Make Them Work (Part 2)
Aswath Damodaran
Professor of Finance
Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University

  • Beliefs underlying a range of investment philosophies including indexing, passive and active value investing, growth investing, technical analysis, market timing, arbitrage and more.
  • Evidence on whether the strategies underlying these philosophies actually produce results.
  • What an investor needs to bring to the table to make each philosophy work, how to create and manage portfolios, and how the most successful investors profit.
  • Insights to help manage the uncertainties, chaos, and confusion amid the new financial order.

4:10 p.m. : Executive Panel – India Investment Outlook

Raamdeo Agrawal
Jt. Managing Director, Motilal Oswal Financial Services Limited

Ridham Desai
Managing Director, Morgan Stanley

Prashant Jain
Executive Director & CIO, HDFC Asset Management

Moderated by Prabhat Awasthi, Managing Director & Head of India Equities, Nomura

(Other panelists will be announced soon)

5:15 p.m. : Closing Remarks

5:30 p.m. : Conference ends

Conference agenda is subject to change

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