Founded in 1972 by a grant from the partners of Salomon Brothers, the Salomon Center specializes in the study of financial institutions and markets, including commercial banks, investment banks, managed funds and insurance companies. Recently, the Center has played an important role in the development of the new architecture of global finance and has been instrumental in the organization of several NYU Stern School book projects: Restoring Financial Stability, Regulating Wall Street, and Guaranteed to Fail: Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the Debacle of Mortgage Finance.
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The financial market crisis has highlighted, in Europe and especially in Italy, structural weaknesses in asset management, in a competitive environment characterized by conflicts of interest. Classis Capital was created to counter and refute these lines of thought, asserting the supremacy of active management and responding to the real needs of the customer (whether companies, individuals, institutions ie. Insurance, pension funds, foundations etc.), fundamental traits of our strategy they could only combine redefining the business model radically. Classis Capital offers advisory services for financial management in terms of asset allocation and portfolio optimization based on market forecasts and personalized investment recommendations based on fundamental analysis of the underlying (equities / bonds) developed by our investment teams.
The Associazione dei docenti di Economia degli intermediari e dei mercati finanziari (Italian Association of Scholars of Administration and Management of Financial Institutions and Markets) is headquartered in Parma, at the University of Parma. It is a non-profit association, which aims to contribute the development and diffusion of economy knowledge in financial institutions and markets, both in scientific and professional fields, in Italy and abroad.