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 is the graduate business school and 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 responsible asset management through developing and delivering world-class research, educational programs and activities, awards, and support for student clubs and experiential learning.
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