Quinnipiac University

Quinnipiac to host Global Asset Management Education Forum

March 22, 2022

Screen capture of the Global Asset Management Education Forum

Internationally renowned finance experts will discuss the issues facing investment professionals in the global financial markets and share best practices in investment management at Quinnipiac's annual Global Asset Management Education (GAME) Forum from March 24-25.

GAME, the largest student-run financial conference in the world, offers participants the rarest of opportunities — to discuss and debate financial best practices with world-renowned industry leaders.

"Quinnipiac's GAME Forum convenes world-leading asset management practitioners to educate the next generation of global experts,” said Holly Raider, dean of Quinnipiac’s School of Business. “They will address important topics ranging from the outlook for the future, to the impact of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.”

The forum will feature 68 speakers from more than 45 companies. The speakers will discuss topics such as the outlook for commodities, cryptocurrencies and NFT, FinTech, active and passive management and the role of alternative investments, ESG, and sports wealth management.

The keynote speakers will include Jimmy Chang, chief investment officer, Rockefeller Global Family Office; Celia Dallas, chief investment strategist, Cambridge Associates; Janet Henry, global chief economists, HSBC; David Kelly, chief global strategist, J.P. Morgan Asset Management; Sébastien Page, head of global multi-asset, T. Rowe Price; John Greves, head of multi-asset strategies, Charles Schwab; and Larry Hamdan, head of M&A Americas, Barclays.

“The GAME Forum exposes graduate and undergraduate students to the knowledge, expertise and guidance of the most recognized and successful individuals of the global financial markets,” said Osman Kilic, professor of finance at Quinnipiac and director of GAME forum.  

Kilic expects this year’s forum to include over 1,200 students and faculty participants from more than 120 colleges and universities around the world.

The forum will include breakout discussion panels, workshops and keynote perspectives that will explore topics such as portfolio management, commodities, cryptocurrencies, NFT, asset allocation, financial technology (FinTech), alternative investments, investment banking, and ESG investing.

The forum will conclude with the announcement of the student-managed portfolio competition winners.

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