Demographic Changes, Financial Markets, and the Economy

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1:02:00, audio webcast, recorded on 20 March 2012
Posted on 12 March 2012

Robert Arnott is chairman and CEO of Research Affiliates®, LLC, a leader in creating innovative investing and asset allocation strategies. There, he introduced the Fundamental Index® methodology, built on a theoretical foundation that challenges some of the core assumptions of modern finance. He is the author of more than 100 articles for refereed finance journals and is a recipient of five Graham and Dodd Scrolls from the Financial Analysts Journal and two Bernstein Fabozzi/Jacobs Levy Awards from the Journal of Portfolio Management. Mr. Arnott is also co-author of The Fundamental Index: A Better Way to Invest. He holds degrees in economics, applied mathematics, and computer science from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

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Denis Chaves is a senior researcher at Research Affiliates, LLC, where he conducts research in quantitative finance, macroeconomics, and financial econometrics, contributing to the Research Affiliates Fundamental Index (RAFI) and global tactical asset allocation products. Currently, he is also investigating the relationship between demographics and investment returns. Previously, Mr. Chaves was a member of the risk management group at one of Brazil’s largest hedge funds. He earned his MBA and PhD degrees in finance from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Additionally, Mr. Chaves received an MSc in finance from IMPA (Rio de Janeiro) and a computer engineering degree from PUC-Rio (Rio de Janeiro).

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In this webinar, the authors discuss the link between demographic transitions and both GDP growth and capital market returns. Drawing from a large sample of countries and 60 years of data, their work produces global forecasts for the coming decade. Please see the related Financial Analysts Journal article, “Demographic Changes, Financial Markets, and the Economy.”

This is an archived recording of a live event that took place on 20 March 2012.

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