In partnership with Financial Management Association International (FMA), the 2022 Consortium on Asset Management and Fintech will take place on 4 March 2022 in Dublin. The event and the prize will be sponsored by the Bank of Ireland.
The consortium will be focused, with five to six high-quality papers, discussants, and a limited number of other researchers. Distinguished members of the finance profession, and practitioners, will provide feedback to presenters and discuss issues in asset management as well as aspects of academic publishing and career development. The themes for this consortium are asset management and fintech. The papers within this theme that focus on the following are encouraged: digital asset pricing, smart contracts, machine learning, robo-advising, digital platforms, textual analysis, blockchain, and cryptocurrency.
The Consortium co-chairs are as follows:
- Mark Hutchinson, Professor and Chair of Finance, University College Cork
- David Chambers, Invesco Professor of Finance, Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge
- Mark Mulcahy, Professor in Corporate Finance, University College Cork
Programme participation applications and selection process
Applications to present current research will be selected on a competitive basis, with priority given to European finance faculty who have been awarded their doctorate within the last five years. Criteria will include the nature of the research problem, implications of the proposed research, the quality of the research design, and the expected contribution of the research to the literature.
Date: 4 March 2022
Location: Clayton Hotel, Cardiff Lane, Dublin, ROI