We host an extensive programme of public events, executive education, and research seminars, featuring practitioners and academic experts covering a rich spectrum of topics including finance, entrepreneurship, climate change, and corporate governance.

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Jun

A Practical History of Financial Markets - Cancelled

  • with Derry Pickford, Principal, Aon Hewitt Investment Consultants
  • Calendar Thursday
  • Clock 08:00–13:00
  • Navigate 1st Floor MBA Suite

How does one best determine 'value' in stock markets? What forces act to produce the regular material deviations from even the best estimates of such value? These are the key questions that this masterclass seeks to answer. Although using historical examples, this masterclass is an educational tool for active investors.

Masterclass

11

Jun

100 Years - University of Edinburgh Alumni Reception and Panel Event in New York

    • Calendar Thursday
    • Clock 18:00–21:00
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    Hosted by the Business School, this event is open to all UEBS alumni as well as alumni from the wider University of Edinburgh alumni network in the New York area.

    Alumni

    17

    Jun

    Economics of Financial Technology Conference - Postponed

    • with Bruno Biais, Professor of Finance, HEC Paris
    • Calendar Wednesday
    • Clock 09:00–16:00
    • Navigate

    The Edinburgh Futures Institute and the University of Edinburgh Business School are organising the First Edinburgh Conference on the Economics of Financial Technology in order to stimulate debate and research on financial innovation and the digital economy and how they impact welfare.

    Conference

    19

    Jun

    UEBS Alumni and Student Ambassadors Summer Party

      • Calendar Friday
      • Clock 18:00–21:00
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      Join us for the annual UEBS Alumni and Student Ambassadors Summer Party in Edinburgh

      Alumni

      21

      Jul

      Idiosyncratic Deals—A Methodological and Theoretical Development Meeting

      • with Professor Denise Rousseau; University Professor; Carnegie Mellon University
      • Calendar Tuesday
      • Clock 09:00–17:00
      • Navigate

      Call for contributions to a development meeting to develop the theoretical concept of i-deals and provoke debate around this subject.

      Other