For anyone interested. I will be attending, and there will be some high profile people in the audience as well. I get no commission from anyone attending nor for posting this, I simply thought the readers would be interested:
Tuesday December 13, 2011 6:00 PM through 8:00 PM
NYSSA Conference Center
Available as: Live Session
Categories: Private Wealth Management, Programs for Members, Seminar
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|Modern Graham & Dodd-based valuation can enhance current methods of financial analysis and may be used proactively in modern financial analysis to reduce the risk of valuation errors.
A case study will demonstrate how this is applied. We will look at Warren Buffett’s 1995 GEICO acquisition and compare and contrast using a Dividend Discount Model (DDM) and Graham & Dodd basis. The presentation will then outline how Graham & Dodd valuation can be used to avoid common “critical valuation errors.”
Who should attend
Analysts, portfolio managers, academics, students of modern Graham and Dodd-based valuation.
Joseph Calandro, Jr., is a managing director at PwC where he consults on M&A, risk management, insurance, and corporate strategy projects. He is also a finance department faculty member of the University of Connecticut where he designed and taught MBA elective courses on value investing and risk management. He is also the author of Applied Value Investing (New York: McGraw-Hill, 2009).