LONDON, March 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
The 2013 Behavioural Finance Forum will be webcast live from Level 40 of the Gherkin on Tuesday 26th March 2013 (9 am to 10 am GMT*)
There will be panel discussions covering:
Can behavioural finance explain market crashes? How do our emotions affect financial trading? Can emotional finance help improve fund management returns? Is behavioural corporate finance the missing link in the deal chain? Do financial consumers behave irrationally?
The participants will include:
Greg B Davies (Barclays), Professor Brian Scott-Quinn (The ICMA Centre), Nicola Horlick (Rockpool Investments), Philip Coggan (The Economist), Professor Raghavendra Rau (Judge Business School), Frances Hudson (Standard Life Investments) and Professor Mark Fenton-O'Creevy (The Open University).
The forum will bring together leading academic minds and top financial services practitioners to debate the most pressing topics in behavioural and emotional finance - relevant to how financial decisions are made at every level.
View the webcast at http://www.behaviouralfinanceforum.com/ or attend at The Gherkin, City of London for breakfast. Attendees must register.
For more information please contact:
The Broadcast PR Business - Matthew Locke or Heather Fearfield +44-20-7469-4036
*10 00 - 1100 hours CET
The Broadcast PR Business, based at The Gherkin, London, EC3, is a leading broadcast communications consultancy specialising in finance, healthcare and education.
SOURCE The Broadcast PR Business