! You are welcome to participate in any of our events as a non-member. However, you must be an enrolled student at a university and some events require an application. Please read the event description carefully and remember to apply in time. All majors from all universities welcome!

Managed Future Workshop by Apano

Speaker:

Andreas Ullmann, Prokurist bei apano GmbH

1.0 Die Psychologie der Märkte - Grundlage der Managed Futures

2.0 Definition und Historie von „Managed Futures“

2.1 „Managed Futures“ - Manager und Vehikel

2.2 Das Vehikel - Terminkontrakte

2.3 Die Manager - quantitative Systeme

3.0 „Managed Futures“ in der Praxis

3.1 Handelsstile und Strategien

3.2 Risikomanagement der Systeme

4.0 Aktuelles zum Thema

Time and duration for this event may change.

The number of participants is restricted to 15.

Please send an email to Nico.Werbach@tuinvest.de to register for this event.

Thursday, July 1, 2010 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM Room 1020

Vermögensverwaltung und Fonds: Rechtliche Problemfelder

Speaker: Angelo Lercara, Partner bei Dechert LLP

Participants of this workshop will learn the basic legal constraints and regulations when it comes to asset management and fund inception. Please take note that this event has been postponed to June 25th, 4 pm.

Please send an email to daniel.frese@tuinvest.de to register for the event.

Friday, June 25, 2010 5:08 PM - 5:08 PM Room 2010

Private Banking: Honorarberatung vs. Provisionssysteme

Speaker: Dr. Nikolaus Braun, quirin bank AG

Thursday, June 24, 2010 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM TUM Senatssaal, Room 1020, Arcisstraße 21

Workshop zu Discounted Cash Flow Modellen

Speaker: Rainer Bätz und Philipp Merländer, Deloitte & Touche

Please send an email to daniel.frese@tuinvest.de to register for the event.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM TUM Senatssaal, Room 1020, Arcisstraße 21

Das kleine 1 mal 1 der Mikrofinanzierung

Speaker: Michael Sommer, Bank im Bistum Essen Claudia Knobloch, Emergia Institute

After microfinance pioneer Prof. Muhammad Yunus was awarded with the Nobel Peace Price in 2006 in the eyes of the public providing microcredits has become a serious mean to fight poverty around the globe. But how does microfinance work? How does the money get from investors to debtors? And how to assess the financial solvency of a debtor? This workshop will give answers to these questions. The participants will get an understanding of the positive impact of microfinance.

The number of participants is limited to 30. Please send an email to reinhold.koch@tuinvest.de to register for the event.

Monday, June 14, 2010 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM Room 1355