Centre for Asset Management Research & Investments

"The Centre for Asset Management Research & Investments (CAMRI) is a world-class centre in the research, education, and practice of asset management by using state-of-the-art facilities, resources, data, and software applications, specifically those involving best practice in the field of Asian institutional, sovereign wealth, and retail fund management and regulation."

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Latest News

Student Managed Fund Track Special Lecture and MBA Q&A Session with Mr Atsushi Yoshikawa, 12 October 2016

CAMRI hosted Mr. Atsushi Yoshikawa, (Distinguished Visiting Fellow, NUS Business School; Advisor, Nomura Securities; and former President and Group COO, Nomura Holdings) on 12 Oct, where he spoke to BBA and MBA students on current and upcoming trends in asset management.

2016 Asia Asset Management-CAMRI Prize in Asset Management Winner

In celebration of excellence in regional applied research, Asia Asset Management (AAM) aligned with NUS Business School's Centre for Asset Management Research and Investments (CAMRI) for the second year running to present the 2016 AAM-CAMRI Prize in Asset Management. We are now pleased to announce that the Winning Paper of the 2016 AAM-CAMRI Prize (from close to 60 excellent applications from the around the world) is entitled: Market Maturity and Mispricing. The Paper was authored by Heiko Jacobs (University of Mannheim).

NEW LAUNCH: CAMRI Academic-Industry Partnership Programme – MFM Monthly Commentary Initiative!

CAMRI is proud to announce the launch of the "CAMRI Academic-Industry Partnership Programme – MFM Monthly Commentary Initiative" in partnership with the prestigious Pacific Pension & Investment Institute in the US. 

CAMRI's g-CAPM Programme - November registration starts!

The next g-CAPM programme run is from 14 - 20 November 2016. To learn more about the g-CAPM programme at CAMRI, please click here.

CAMRI Visiting Fellow Programme (AY 2016/17)

CAMRI has developed an ongoing Visiting Fellow Programme across a broad range of financial economics topics. CAMRI is funding one-week visits by a few “Tier 1” scholars annually, particularly those from Hong Kong, China, India, and other countries in this region, working in Asian applied financial economics disciplines, to conduct research at CAMRI. A 1-page statement of interest is the only requirement. 

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