Pedro Matos is the Academic Director of Mayo Center for Asset Management, holds the John G. Macfarlane Family Chair and is the James A.
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Darden School of Business
Darden School of Business is the graduate business school associated with the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. Darden offers MBA, Ph.D. and Executive Education programs.
The Richard A. Mayo Center for Asset Management (Mayo Center), at Darden, advances the study and practice of asset management through top-quality research, regular conferences and activities, support for the students of Darden Capital Management (DCM) and the development of educational programs.
The research center's activities include:
- Publishing leading-edge research in top journals;
- Hosting highly regarded conferences, such as Darden's International Finance Conference, the Shanghai Investing Summit 8 April 2017 and theUniversity of Virginia Investing Conference (UVIC), which took place 9-10 November 2017;
- Identifying best practices in asset management through research and interaction with practicing managers in the field;
- Developing asset management cases and other educational materials, to be published by Darden Business Publishing;
- Enhancing DCM, the student-run investment fund and creating new educational programs at Darden;
- Continuing the proud history of partnership with the CFA Institute, dating back to legendary Darden figures and early CFA leaders, C. Stewart Sheppard and C. Ray Smith.
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Some of the programs:
- Law & Business Program
- Program in Law and Public Service
- International Law
- Constitutional Law/Legal History
- Public Policy and Regulation
- Program in Law and Humanities
At Darden School of Business: