Crisis Insights for Better Investment Decisions

  • Wednesday 22 July 2020
  • 14:00 - 14:45
  • Virtual Event
  • Eligible for 0.75 credit

Can your investment decision support system endure a crisis? The global pandemic has strained the behavioral and choice architecture systems that investment managers use for their decisions, requiring innovative specialization through continuous improvement. This is easier said than done. To change behavioral and choice architectural routines, certain conditions need to be met. Join Markus Schuller, founder and managing partner of Panthera Solutions, for an interactive webinar to learn practical tips for creating the best conditions to improve your decision-making process.

This webinar is free and open to CFA Institute members and non-members.

CFA Institute and CFA Society Italy Regular and Affiliate members can claim PL credit by providing their CFA Institute ID number when registering.

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Speaker profile

Markus Schuller is the founder and managing partner of Panthera Solutions. As Investment Decision Architects ™, Panthera optimizes the choice architecture of professional investors through applied behavioral finance methods. Empowering the decision makers towards comparative advantages in capital markets remains the ultimate goal. As adjunct professor, Markus teaches courses like “Adaptive Risk Management”, “Investment Banking” and “Asset Allocation for Practitioners” at renowned Master in Finance programs of the EDHEC Business School and the International University of Monaco. Markus publishes in academic top journals (i.e. Journal of Portfolio Management, 2018), writes articles for professional journals (i.e. CFA Institute, OECD Insights, etc.) and holds keynotes at international investment conferences. As an investment banker, adjunct professor and author, Markus looks back at 18 rewarding years of trading, structuring, and managing standard and alternative investment products. Prior to founding Panthera Solutions, he worked in executive roles for a long/short equity hedge fund for which he developed the trading algorithm. Markus started his career working as equity trader, derivatives trader and macro analyst for different banks.