2017 CAFM Conference
December 8~9, 2017
Westin Chosun Hotel, Seoul, Korea
With the 2017 CAFM Conference less than several weeks away, don’t miss the last chance to save $150 by pre-registering before November 10, Friday, and join this two-day conference to be held on December 8~9, 2017 in Seoul, Korea.
Click here to Pre-Register(https://www.conftool.net/cafm2017/)
Pre-registration before November 10 will be charged with an early bird fee of US$150, while post-registration including on-sight registration will be subject to regular fee of US$300. Student registration fee is US$50 regardless of the time of registration. Registered participants can secure their spot to the welcome reception, the luncheon with keynote address, the farewell dinner with award ceremony, and several coffee breaks. You will find ample opportunities during the conference for networking with prominent scholars coming from many countries.
This year, the CAFM conference features
￭ Keynote address:
“Connections and Context in Finance Research” by Jarrad Harford
￭ Tutorial session 1:
“Writing for Publishing in Corporate Finance” by Vidhan Goyal
￭ Tutorial session 2:
“Nascent Trends in Derivative Markets Research” by Robert Webb
The conference also features two Doctoral Student Consortiums and high-quality research presentations on topics such as:
￭ Capital Structure
￭ Macro and Government Factors
￭ Alternative Investment
￭ Fund Management
￭ Governance and Chaebol Issue
￭ Equity Valuation
￭ Investment Strategy
￭ And, many more
More detailed information on the conference program is available online at the following session overview site, where only registered participants can have access to the papers:
If you are not a registered user, you will be asked to create your account by completing your personal information, and then go to “Registration” menu to pre-register before November 10.
For more information, please contact us at email@example.com.
Thank you very much, and we will look forward to seeing you here in Seoul!
Bong-Chan Kho, President of the KSA
Kook-Hyun Chang, Program Chair