NIBA/Arditti Center Co-Sponsored Event
July 8, 2014
How CFTC Reg. 1.22 Changes your Customer Relationship
Mike Coglianese, Coglianese CPA
Jeff Henderson, Henderson-Lyman Law Firm
Dale Spoljaric, National Futures Association
Turnkey Trading Partners
Managed Futures: Perspectives on a Growing Asset Class
Mark Shore, Adjunct Professor, DePaul University
Adrian Fleisher, Ten Yard Capital
Jason Turnipseed, Managed Accounts Research, Inc
Arditti Center Seminar Series
February 25, 2014
"Addressing the Big Things: The value of effective failure study" with James Peterson.
March 25, 2014
The individual and societal financial risks associated with increases in average lifetimes, "Longevity Risk: Live Long! And Prosper?" presented by Tom Edwalds.
April 29, 2014
The presentation based on Mark Shore’s ever-popular paper “Decoding the Myths of Managed Futures”. This paper examines several very popular myths and misconceptions held by both retail and institutional investors regarding managed futures. These myths have persisted for several years and tend to be legacy myths. As investors are becoming more aware of the potential use of managed futures for asset allocation and portfolio diversification, knowing if the myths are true or false, is critical for an investor’s or advisor’s understanding and appreciation of managed futures, asset allocation and portfolio risk management.
February 12, 2014
Future of Risk Management: Challenges and Opportunities
Panelists: John Eber (Managing Director, Energy Investments; J.P. Morgan), James F.T. Monhart (Senior Vice President, Wealth Management; Northern Trust), Jamal Oulhadj (Chief Risk Officer, RJ O'Brien), Stephan Schoess (Chief Economist, OCC), and Vahap Uysal (Visiting Associate Professor, DePaul University).
February 27, May 15, August 21, November 20
Chicago Chapter of GARP for their Chapter meetings
February 7, 2014
PRIMIA Risk Management Challenge Regional Final
The regional PRMIA case competition provides undergraduate and graduate students from multiple disciplines the opportunity to solve realistic business problems with a risk management focus. Ultimately, the PRMC aims to develop and strengthen professional and social relationships across students, faculty, and risk professionals.