CFASB Program – Promising Opportunities in a World of Diminishing Returns – Center Club Dec 7th

Honored to present to CFA Society Baltimore on Wednesday 12/7.

Registration available until Friday 12/2.  Dress business casual https://web.cvent.com/event/ca2724dd-2dd1-4e92-82fe-99630c8d69c0/summary

Parking https://www.parkwhiz.com/destination/100-Light-Street-Baltimore-MD/?lat=39.28725&lng=-76.614285

 

Holiday Networking & Luncheon Presentation with hybrid option

Promising Opportunities in a World of Diminishing Returns

Niall O’Malley is an equity-oriented portfolio manager with a global perspective. His presentation will cover:

  • How the declining rate of change in inflation and interest rates are creating opportunities.
  • How the power of mean reversion will help markets normalize. Companies are shifting to a cost and productivity focus.
  • Why fundamental analysis is important. The excessive use of cheap debt will limit growth for many companies.
  • How Xi’s dramatic shift towards Party control and central planning has disabled China’s growth model.

Speaker: Niall O’Malley founder Blue Point Investment Management

Niall O’Malley serves as the Portfolio Manager for Blue Point Investment Management. He leverages a keen understanding of the creative/destructive cycle that governs innovation, 12-years of international experience, and his understanding of the capital markets to seek capital appreciation for clients.

Niall has been quoted by the Baltimore Business Journal, Baltimore Sun, Bloomberg, China Business News, Citybizlist Baltimore, Financial Advisor, and the Financial Times. Niall has presented to the American Association of Individual Investors, Baltimore Business Journal, Baltimore Family Office Group, CFA Society Germany, CFA Society Philadelphia, CFA Society Pittsburgh, CFA Society Stamford, CFA Society Switzerland, CFA Society Virginia, Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business, Loyola University Financial Management Association, Towson University Investment Group, Wednesday Club and Washington Association of Money Managers.

Niall served as President of the CFA Society Baltimore from 2009-2010 and founded the Baltimore Business Review, which is going into its 14th year of production. He has contributed to Baltimore CFA Society programs for almost two decades. He taught Investments and Equity Security Analysis as an Adjunct Professor at Towson University, College of Business and Economics. He has been honored to have 83 Equity Research Interns. Niall passed Level II of the CFA examination in 2005 and holds FINRA’s Series 65 License.

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