Investment Strategies (Online)NEW

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Date(s)
February 2–April 20, 2023
Cost
$3,500
CIBE Credits
2
Format
Online
Location
Online
Requirements
This program is suitable for financial professionals seeking to advance their competencies, entrepreneurs looking for a deeper understanding of investment management, and individual investors pursuing advanced skills.

Requirements

This program is suitable for financial professionals seeking to advance their competencies, entrepreneurs looking for a deeper understanding of investment management, and individual investors pursuing advanced skills.

Requirements
This program is suitable for financial professionals seeking to advance their competencies, entrepreneurs looking for a deeper understanding of investment management, and individual investors pursuing advanced skills.

Requirements

This program is suitable for financial professionals seeking to advance their competencies, entrepreneurs looking for a deeper understanding of investment management, and individual investors pursuing advanced skills.

Investment Strategies (Online)


Select
Date(s)
February 2–April 20, 2023
Cost
$3,500
CIBE Credits
2
Format
Online
Location
Online
Requirements
This program is suitable for financial professionals seeking to advance their competencies, entrepreneurs looking for a deeper understanding of investment management, and individual investors pursuing advanced skills.

Requirements

This program is suitable for financial professionals seeking to advance their competencies, entrepreneurs looking for a deeper understanding of investment management, and individual investors pursuing advanced skills.

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Harry Mamaysky

Harry Mamaysky

Professor of Professional Practice in the Faculty of Business

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Harry Mamaysky

Harry Mamaysky

Professor of Professional Practice in the Faculty of Business

Mamaysky teaches capital markets and asset pricing to MBA, Masters, and PhD students as well as Executive Education programs on the use of text data in finance and on corporate bonds. His research focuses on equity, exchange rate, volatility, and credit markets, the role of information in the trading process, and on market microstructure. He has consulted for a quantitative investment firm and a nationally recognized statistical rating organization. Prior to his return to academia, he founded the Systemic Risk Group at Citigroup and served as a member of the firm’s Risk Executive Committee. He has held portfolio management positions with Citi Principal Strategies, Old Lane, and Morgan Stanley. He joined Columbia Business School in 2015.

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