6 Inktomi value Conference on June 5, 2009 in Frankfurt Frankfurt am Main, may 5, 2009 (mpr) – the causes and the long-term effects of the current financial crisis are what? What equity strategies are superior in such market phases and where can I find the pension fund managers currently valuable investment opportunities? Some topics of this year’s sixth Inktomi value Conference are this Friday, June 5th, 2009 all day in the event Gallery at the Stadel Museum in Frankfurt am Main. Institutional investors are the target group of the Conference. The participation fee is 500. Speakers Dr. Hendrik Leberstrasse INKTOMI (Frankfurt), Dr. Conrad Mattern, conquest investment advisory (Feldkirchen), Eric Le Coz, Carmignac Gestion (Paris), Prof. Dr.
Max Otte, University of applied sciences of worms, Balazs Szegner, Equilor (Budapest), PD are Dr. Stefan Schneckenburger, Technical University Darmstadt, Martin Wilhelm, IfK Institute for capital market (Kiel) and Robert Vinall, RV capital (Kilchberg, Switzerland). \”To get to recommendations future investment strategies, will we analyze how investors have behaved before and during the crisis, how you can evaluate the current situation from a historical perspective and what conclusions to draw from past imbalances have\”liver Announces. According to his estimates, a recovery of in equity requires approximately a decade of austerity measures. Dr. Conrad Mattern would then show how you can see behaviorist pattern – fear and greed – in the financial world by quantitative and qualitative analysis of time series, and what conclusions can draw investors from it.
Eric Le Coz Carmignac Gestion’s methodology and its implementation is described in his speech. More than ever an accurate global analysis of the world economic situation is necessary in times of crisis, to be successful in fund management and to identify existing growth potential. The trends and success of tomorrow must be recognized today. Prof. Max Otte is besides being a bestselling author (who crash comes) and Director of the IFVE Institute for capacity development GmbH Professor of business administration and finance.