At the 2011 Behavioral Finance Symposium, leading experts in the relatively new field of behavioral finance will discuss behavioral biases and heuristics that influence investment decisions. Experts will also examine the differences in how men and women approach investing. This two-day conference will provide engaging thought and discussion around one of the hottest topics on Wall Street.
Renee Haugerud began her life on a small Minnesota farm, worked her way to Wall Street, and currently manages a billion dollar hedge fund for Galtere Ltd. The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga College of Business has benefitted from a generous gift bestowed by Haugerud and her husband, John Murphy. UTC business students are learning a lot in a new Bloomberg lab and trading room, especially the way women…
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A new state-of-the-art financial lab and trading room on campus allows UTC students to watch stocks roll by on a live market ticker, scan the latest financial news from flat screen televisions and participate in computer simulated financial trading scenarios.
Hedge fund manager and published author Lauren Templeton, founder and principal of Lauren Templeton Capital Management and Maximum Pessimism, LLC, will serve as Director of Finance for the Future, a new initiative at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s College of Business.
Renée Haugerud and John H. Murphy were recognized for their gift of $2 million for The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. The UTC College of Business and the Mocs football program will both benefit. UTC College of Business offered transformational opportunity Major gift supports Mocs football program Renée Haugerud bio John H. Murphy bio Press conference photo gallery