Will Gerken has been named associate editor of the Journal of Corporate Finance.
Current seniors interested in obtaining the CFA certification:
The early registration deadline for the June 2018 exam has been extended to Wednesday, September 27.
The total fees for first time test takers are $1,100. This is composed of two parts: test fees of $650 (includes eBook, practice questions and mock exams) and a one-time registration fee of $450. A physical copy of the book is an additional $150 plus shipping and handling.
“Although only a small fraction of financial advisors ever commit fraud, many of the advisors who do are linked through their career paths. We ask why this pattern occurs — does misconduct spread like a disease?”
Richard Hunt, a Director at Koch Equity Development, will meet with students 6pm-7pm on Wednesday, September 6, in Woodward Hall, Gatton 307, to discuss work in private equity and a 2018 summer internship position at Koch Equity Development, the acquisition and investment arm of Koch Industries.
Until now, no master of finance degree program existed in the state of Kentucky. That is changing this week as the University of Kentucky’s Gatton College of Business and Economics officially launches its new professional Master of Science in Finance (MSF) degree.
Leonce Bargeron’s paper, “What is the shareholder wealth impact of target CEO retention in private equity deals?” (with Frederik Schlingemann, René Stulz, and Chad Zutter) has been accepted for publication at the Journal of Corporate Finance.
Susan Jordan’s article "Bond ETF Arbitrage Strategies and Daily Cash Flow" (co-authored with Jon Fulkerson and Denver Travis, both UK Ph.D. Alums) was published in the Summer 2017 issue of the Journal of Fixed Income.
Leonce Bargeron’s paper, “Financing Investment Spikes in the Years Surrounding World War I” (with David Denis and Kenneth Lehn) has been accepted for publication at the Journal of Financial Economics.
The finance faculty hosted the second annual PNC Finance Conference at Gatton College April 28-29, 2017. Twelve papers were presented, selected from 320 submissions. Participants came from all over the world, including Hong Kong, Melbourne, Lisbon, Stockholm, and Vancouver. Lauren Cohen, the L.E. Simmons Professor of Finance at Harvard Business School, gave the keynote address. More information is available at http://www.uky.edu/financeconference/.
Kenny Domilise, a senior analyst at Kentucky Teacher’s Retirement System (TRS), visited FIN 485 on April 24 and will speak to the Finance Society on April 25. TRS-KY is part of the state pension system, with approximately $18 billion in assets. Kenny’s responsibilities at TRS-KY include portfolio management and credit analysis. He was a Co-founder and Director of Research of Water Tower Investments, LLC.