Nicolas Scheuermann on: “Does value investing work? a historical perspective, academic studies and research process “
Dear Members and Friends,
FMAM Committee is pleased to invite you to attend a seminar on “Does value investing work? a historical perspective, academic studies and research process “, by Mr Nicolas Scheuermann.
The event will take place on Tuesday October 22nd 2019 at 18-21 at the Binja Laparelli, St.James Counter guard, Central Bank of Malta (entrance from next to the bus terminus/Tritoni Fountain)
18:30 Presentation by Mr Nicolas Scheuermann
19:30 Walking Dinner and networking
About the presenter
Nicolas Scheuermann is the founder and managing director of Scheuermann & Co., a distributor of Tweedy, Browne Value Funds in continental Europe through Malta and Switzerland. Tweedy, Browne LLC will celebrate their 100 year anniversary in 2020!
Prior to founding Scheuermann & Co in 2002, Nicolas held various positions at Investment Banks, namely, Deutsche Bank, Bank Sal. Oppenheim Jr. & Cie, Credit Suisse and Swiss Bank Corporation in Zurich and New York.
Event Details and Registration
The fee for this event is €15 for all FMAM members.
Exceptionally the event will be open to non members, for whom the participation fee is €35
It is possible for non-members to join FMAM prior to this event by paying the annual membership fee of €30 and benefit from the members reduced price of €15. Please use the following sign-up form to become a member https://fmam.org.mt/become-a-member/
Payments can be credited directly to Financial Markets Association Malta’s account No: 40020777412 held with Bank of Valletta plc – IBAN MT70VALL22013000000040020777412.
In view of the tight deadlines for booking the venue and the refreshments, all interested members are kindly requested communicate their interest to to complete the below participation form and submit it together with the commitment fee (which is non-refundable) to their organisation’s FMAM representative or to firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than Friday 17th October.