Capstone Student Investment Conference
February 23, 2019 • Bryant Conference Center, The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama • 8:45 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Why You Should Attend CSIC:
The Capstone Student Investment Conference is a full-day event that brings together students and professionals from around the country who are passionate about investing and finance. They will learn from and interact with a distinguished panel of speakers (see below) who will share their expertise and insight, providing both timely advice on navigating today's investment environment and timeless wisdom on navigating ever-changing financial markets to come.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to meet a wide variety of representatives from prominent firms in the financial-services industry who see the conference as an ideal way to make contact with motivated and engaged students interested in finance-related careers. Last but not least, those attending CSIC will benefit from meeting like-minded peers from around the country with similar interests and aspirations, a start to building a network that should pay dividends far into the future.
Confirmed 2019 CSIC Speakers:
Richard Adams, Portfolio Manager, Everpoint Asset Management
Dan Davidowitz, Portfolio Manager, Head of Large Company Growth Team, Polen Capital
C.T. Fitzpatrick, Founder, Chief Executive Officer, Chief Investment Officer, Vulcan Value Partners
C. Jonathan Gattman, Founder and Managing Partner, Cloverdale Capital
Laura Geritz, Founder, Chief Executive Officer, Portfolio Manager, Rondure Global Advisors
Billy J. Hwan, Co-Portfolio Manager, Parnassus Endeavor Fund
Clay W. Manley, Portfolio Manager, Invesco Small Cap Growth
Heath Terry, Managing Director, Goldman Sachs
Joel Tillinghast, Portfolio Manager, Fidelity Investments
Amit Wadhwaney, Founding Partner and Portfolio Manager, Moerus Capital Management
Thyra Zerhusen, Chief Executive Officer, Chief Investment Officer, Fairpointe Capital
CSIC is hosted by the Culverhouse College of Business and its Value Investing program with support from the University of Alabama's College of Continuing Studies.