Announcing the 2016 Behavioral Finance Symposium -- Nov 5th at Golden Gate University in San Francisco

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This year’s program features authors David H. Freedman (“Wrong”) and Daniel Crosby, PhD (“The Laws of Wealth”), along with Susan Menke, PhD, founder of Abintra Research, Thomas Oberlachner PhD, founder of FinPsy, and Stephen Duneier, CEO of Bija Advisors.

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"We are pleased to bring another set of exceptional speakers to the Bay Area for this event"

Faculty members from Golden Gate University, UC Berkeley Extension, and the University of San Francisco are pleased to announce the 2016 Behavioral Finance Symposium. Now in its fourth year, this event represents a unique collaboration between industry and academia to provide relevant and practical education on behavioral finance to financial practitioners and investors. The event is graciously being hosted again this year by Golden Gate University in their downtown campus at 536 Mission Street, San Francisco.

Symposium co-founder Henry Pruden, Professor of Finance at GGU says “The financial industry still has much to gain from the body of research that has emerged in Behavioral Finance over the last 30 years. We are pleased to bring another set of exceptional speakers to the Bay Area for this event and to encourage further collaboration between academia and industry in the application of behavioral science to finance and investing.”

The full-day event costs $275, and is discounted to $175 for members of many supporting professional organizations, including MTA, CFA, FPA, IMCA, FWA and AAII. CE credits are available, and a group rate for the event is provided by the W Hotel. Symposium details and speaker bios are available at

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Richard Lehman