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109 reviews

About the Course

In this course, you will learn about the famous dichotomy between active and passive investing, how to appropriately measure and analyze investment performance and what the future trends in the investment management industry are. You will first learn about absolute and relative performance, risk-adjusted returns and how to decompose investment performance. The focus will then shift to the two main categories of investment vehicles, active and passive funds, and what they entail in terms of expected performance. Finally, you will explore the worlds of sustainable finance, neurofinance and fintech, three areas of research that will shape the future of the investment management industry. You will also benefit from the insights of experts from UBS, our corporate partner, on the practical implementation of the various concepts we will develop in this course....

Top reviews

FK
May 1, 2020

As with the earlier courses, the content was comprehensive and presented in a very engaging style. Each and every faculty member stands out in her/his own way and Prof. Michel Girardin is THE BEST!

KS
Sep 13, 2016

Wonderful! This course help me a lot in learning how to evaluate the performance of investment vehicle such as mutual fund, also enlarge my perspectives towards future financial trends.

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By Milly

Jan 12, 2020

The neurofinance section was great, wish there were more concrete suggestions.

By Hector R

Jun 13, 2017

Wonderful learning experience. Worth the time and effort.

By vijay m k

Feb 4, 2018

Excellent Content and perfect Mentoring

By Rigoberto C

Jul 11, 2020

good course learned a lot.

By Athuliya V S

Oct 15, 2017

Excellent

By BogdanC

Nov 20, 2019

good

By Dmitry K

Aug 9, 2016

In my opinion, this course was way too theoretical. I wish we had more examples and practical exercises. After four courses in a row I was expecting much more skills rather than theoretical discussions all the way long.

By Jamal F

May 26, 2018

Expected a more in-depth course

By Ayman G S A

Jul 2, 2020

I am giving this course 2 stars only not because the course itself is not good but because you have to wait few months until you are allowed to take the final course ! Obviously this is to increase income for Coursera by extending the length of membership payment .. really not nice .. cheap way .. not professional ! Anyway by waiting longer i will not pay more because i have one year subscription so this is just delaying people from achieving their targets .. not nice at all