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 Export to Your Calendar 12/6/2017
When: Wednesday, December 6, 2017
6:00-8:00 pm
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WeWork Tower 49
12 East 49th Street
Floor 18
New York, New York 
United States
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How Autonomous Learning Investing Strategies (ALIS) is Transforming Investment Management

Autonomous Learning Investment Strategies (ALIS) is the confluence of big data, artificial intelligence, data science and record low processing and storage costs.  ALIS will replace the way current fundamental/technical discretionary and quantitative managers run their portfolios.

This panel will cover:

How is ALIS likely to impact the asset management industry, investing and Wall Street employment?
How do ALIS managers use big data that didn't previously exist and is growing at Moore's law to generate returns from the market? 
How do ALIS managers develop systems that run autonomously, like self-driving cars, and get smarter, improving themselves without human intervention? 
What metrics are important in the world of ALIS?


Starting with an "Introduction To Autonomous Learning Investment Strategies” Keynote by Michael O Weinberg, Chief Investment Officer, and a Senior Managing Director of MOV37 and Protégé Partners, this event will include a panel with Michael and Ryan Morris, founder of Meson Capital, and Renee Yao, founder of Neo Ivy Capital Management.


Bios

Michael Oliver Weinberg, CFA , Chief Investment Officer, and a Senior Managing Director of MOV37 and Protégé Partners
Michael has nearly 25 years of experience investing directly at the security level and indirectly as an asset allocator in traditional and alternative assets.   He is the Chief Investment Officer, and a Senior Managing Director of MOV37 and Protégé Partners.  His portfolio management experience includes Soros Fund Management LLC, Credit Suisse First Boston, and Financial Risk Management (FRM), where he was also the Global Head of Equities.  Michael received an M.B.A. from Columbia Business School, where he is now also an Adjunct Associate Professor of Finance and Economics, and a B.S. in Economics from New York University.

Renee Yao, Founder and Portfolio Manager at Neo Ivy Capital 
Renee Yao began her career on Wall Street at Citadel, LLC. Later she left Citadel to join WorldQuant, a Millennium Management portfolio manager, as a trader with discretionary trading authority for her own designated account. Subsequently she joined a prop trading firm where she managed multiple statistical arbitrage portfolios totaling several hundred millions USD in gross positions. In early 2015, Renee set up her own firm, Neo Ivy Capital Management, a quantitative hedge fund manager that focuses on trading liquid, publicly traded equity securities via statistical arbitrage strategies, in anticipation of trading on behalf of Millennium Partners. However, before trading commenced, Renee separated from Millennium and determined to launch an independent fund. Renee holds a M.A in Statistics from Columbia University.


Ryan Morris,  CFA, President, Meson Capital Partners, LLC
Ryan Morris is an investor and entrepreneur.  He founded Meson Capital in February 2009, and has insider experience at 5 public companies, including 3 as Chairman of the Board.  In July 2008, after finishing his B.S. and M.Eng. from Cornell University in Operations Research & Information Engineering, Mr. Morris was Co-Founder and CEO of VideoNote LLC, a software company dedicated to capturing and indexing the videos of college lectures.  Ryan is passionate about using technology and software to solve hard problems that allow man to play to his/her strengths.  He was formerly a champion rower and road cyclist so is particularly passionate about ending the use of fossil fuels in an economically rational way.


Date:   Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Time:   6:00-6:30 networking reception; 6:30-6:45 keynote; 6:45-7:30 panel and Q&A; 7:30-8:00 additional networking
Location:  WeWork Tower 49, 12 E. 49th St. (between Madison & Fifth Aves.), Floor 18, New York, NY
Tickets:   CBSACNY Members: $35;  Non-members $45


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Thanks to Michael O. Weinberg and Marjorie Churgin for organizing this panel. And a special thanks to We Work for hosting and sponsoring the event.

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