The widespread concern about climate change and discussions about corporate social responsibility (CSR) have created a new mantra in investing: “Doing well by doing good.”
If you read Ted Seides’ bio, you’d probably think he was ready to wind down. Currently the CIO of Perch Bay Group and managing partner of Capital Allocators, LLC, Seides left Protégé Partners LLC after serving as president and co-CIO for 13 years.
Being in the global center of commerce has its perks. So, when the Gabelli School of Business welcomed U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton and other top officials to the McNally Amphitheater, the international business press was watching.
Project Punch Card held its first annual conference on December 7th, 2018. The new non-profit, launched in 2018, is focused on fostering a long-term investment orientation in students, particularly those from groups that are under-represented in the investment industry.
Today, the financial services industry is primed for the same technological transformation that has revolutionized many other industries.
What makes a good arb? Mario Gabelli, the chairman and CEO of GAMCO Investors, Inc., is among the most qualified people you could ask.
When invested in correctly, distressed debt can be one of the most profitable asset classes. Join us for a conference exploring this risky but potentially rewarding investment.
The billionaire investor Howard Marks has simple advice for market players who want to become superior investors: Be idiosyncratic—and then follow through.
Alan Blinder, Ph.D., leading economist and political expert, discussed the clash of economics and politics through the words of his new book, Advice and Dissent: Why America Suffers When Economics and Politics Collide.
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