Behavioral Finance Symposium hosted by Golden Gate University
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When: Saturday, November 5th
8 AM to 3:30 PM
Where: Golden Gate University
536 Mission
San Francisco, California 
United States

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 The fourth annual, San Francisco

Behavioral Finance Symposium


The San Francisco Behavioral Finance Symposium is a unique, full-day educational event conceived and produced by faculty members from Golden Gate University, UC Berkeley Extension, and University of San Francisco in partnership with professional organizations representing the financial community. It is graciously hosted by GGU at their downtown SF campus.

   The event represents an educational forum where financial professionals,investors, industry experts, authors, researchers, students and teachers all come together to share and advance their knowledge of behavioral finance and to learn how principles of behavioral finance are being applied in the real world.
 It is also seen as a way to showcase the body of expertise at Bay Area universities and to foster more collaboration between academia and industry professionals.
To retain its objectivity, the event is  supported entirely 
by registration fees and non-profit organizations, and does not accept sponsorship from commercial interests. 


Continuing Education

This event qualifies for 7 hours of continuing education credit for CFA Charterholders.

   Click here for details, prices, and the speaker list.

To register for the event, please contact Michael Reilly at 

235 Montgomery Street, Suite 725 | San Francisco, CA 94104 | P: 415.814.7900 | E:

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