17TH CORPORATE FINANCE DAY

On September 9, HEC Liège – Management School of the University of Liège had the great pleasure to host the Annual Corporate Finance Day. This one-day conference aimed at providing a stimulating academic and social event where researchers in the field of corporate finance and related study areas could interact and present their work.

Our Keynote Speaker for this event was the Professor Ludovic Phalippou, Professor of Financial Economics, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. Named as one of “The 40 Most Outstanding Business School Profs Under 40 in the World” in 2014, and as one of the 20 most influential individuals in private equity in Europe in 2016.

The Joint Future of Private Markets and Impact Investing.

Whether you missed the Keynote Lecture, would like to view some extracts again or share it, just watch the video below or view it on YouTube via this link!

 

 

 

Keynote Speaker: Ludovic Phalippou


Ludovic is the author of the bestseller ‘Private Equity Laid Bare’, and professor of Financial Economics at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. He specialises in private market investments with a focus on fee tracking, interest alignment, and return benchmarking.

Named as one of “The 40 Most Outstanding Business School Profs Under 40 in the World” in 2014, and as one of the 20 most influential individuals in private equity in Europe in 2016, Ludovic has strong links with senior practitioners in the industry, routinely speaks at practitioner conferences, and appears in the media internationally. Ludovic’s research papers have been widely cited in academia, in the press, and in regulatory circles.

Ludovic’s paper ‘How alternative are private markets?’ is one of three 2018 recipients of the Jack Treynor Prize, sponsored by the Q-Group. The Treynor Prize recognises superior academic working papers with potential applications in the fields of investment management and financial markets.

Ludovic achieved a degree in Economics from Toulouse School of Economics; a Master in Economics and a Master in Mathematical Finance both from the University of Southern California; and a PhD in Finance from INSEAD.