An Evening with David Booth, '71
October 13, 2010: 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
The Chicago Booth European Wealth Management Roundtable is proud to invite you to its next event. Our guest will be David Booth, '71, Chairman and Co-CEO of Dimensional Fund Advisors. David will speak on Dimensional's market beliefs and discuss how the University of Chicago has influenced the firm's investment approach and business strategy over the years. He will also discuss his 2008 gift to Chicago Booth.
Chicago Booth Europe Campus
25 Basinghall Street
London EC2V 5HA, United Kingdom
For current students, there is no charge, but online registration is required.
6:00 PM-6:30 PM: Registration
6:30 PM-7:30 PM: Presentation, Q&A
7:30 PM-8:30 PM: Wine and canapés reception
Markus Stadlmann '99 (EXP-4),
+44 (0)20 7070 2245
Other InformationLearn more about David Booth, '71
David Booth (Speaker)
Chairman and Co-CEO, Dimensional Fund Advisors
The core conceptualist and philosophical leader of the firm, David Booth founded Dimensional Fund Advisors in 1981 and continues to focus on the firm’s key corporate initiatives and strategic long-range planning as chairman and Co-CEO. Many of his original concepts underpin Dimensional’s overall strategy, and his problem-solving innovations for clients set the firm apart from its competitors.
David was one of the pioneers of indexing when he started his career with Wells Fargo and collaborated on the first index funds with John A. McQuown. He has written numerous articles including "Diversification Returns and Asset Management" with Eugene F. Fama, which won a
Graham and Dodd Award of Excellence from the Financial Analysts Journal in 1992.
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business was named in honor of David, where he also serves as a lifetime member of the school’s business advisory council. David is a member of the board of trustees of the University of Chicago, the University of Kansas Endowment
Association, and the American Academy in Rome. He is also a member of the Paintings Conservation Council of the J. Paul Getty Trust and the
California Commission for Jobs and Economic Growth.
David received his MBA from the University of Chicago in 1971. He also holds an M.S. and a B.A. from the University of Kansas.