The University of Virginia Investing Conference (UVIC)

Venue: y of Virginia Darden School of Business

Location: Charlottesville, Virginia, United States

Event Date/Time: Nov 15, 2012 End Date/Time: Nov 16, 2012
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The University of Virginia Investing Conference (UVIC) will take place 15-16 November 2012 at the Darden School of Business. UVIC assembles the investing public, professional investors, scholars and students to address key issues in the field of asset management.

This year's theme is After the Election: Realities, Opportunities, and Challenges for Investors. The timing of this year's conference presents investors with the opportunity to assess how the U.S. presidential election will impact investing, with a special focus on health care, energy and financial services.

UVIC will begin with a reception on Thursday, 15 November, at 3 p.m., and continue through Friday, 16 November, from 8 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Seating is limited; advance registration is encouraged

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100 Darden Boulevard
Virginia
United States
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Questions for Debate: Fiscal Policy: How will the U.S. stimulate its economy and yet plot a course to reduce the overhang of government debt? Regulatory Policy: Major sectors of the U.S. Economy have been the focus of new and possibly onerous regulations. Will the results of the election change the investment outlook in these sectors? How do the experts handicap the prospects in various industries and economic sectors? Foreign Policy: How will the stance of the new administration affect the presence of the U.S. In international disputes in the Middle East, South Asia, East Asia, and Europe? What does this imply for investing in developed and emerging economies? Incentives for Innovation and Business Expansion: Growth remains the major challenge for the U.S. Economy in the medium-term. Will the new administration promote such growth in the private sector? What does this imply for a recovery of venture capital investing and investing in growth stocks?