Breakfast Session with David Booth, '71
November 20, 2014: 7:30 AM - 8:45 AM
David Booth, '71, Chicago Booth benefactor, is visiting Japan to host a seminar for Dimensional Japan (DJ), a subsidiary of Dimensional Fund Advisors, which he founded in 1981.
Dimensional Japan Office
Kokusai Building 8F 3-1-1, Chiyoda-ku,
Tokyo 100-0005, Japan
Taking this opportunity, Mr. Booth has kindly agreed to host a breakfast session on 20 November to share his thoughts behind donating an extraordinary gift to Chicago Booth.
This will be structured as an informal gathering so please join us and give Mr. David Booth a warm welcome to Japan.
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Free of charge
Breakfast will be served courtesy of Dimensional Fund Advisors
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David Booth, '71 (Speaker)
Chairman and Co-CEO, Dimensional Fund Advisors
David Booth was a founder of Dimensional Fund Advisors in 1981 and is Chairman and Co-CEO.
David 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.
David was awarded the 2012 Outstanding Financial Executive Award by the Financial Management Association International. David was selected for his background and accomplishments in applying financial theory and research to the practical world of asset management, particularly for his pioneering work in indexing and small capitalization investing.
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 he is on the board of directors of Georgetown University. David is also on the board of overseers for the Becker Friedman Institute. In 2010, Investment News named David as one of "The Power 20" in the financial services industry, and MutualFundWire ranked him 12th in its list of the 100 Most Influential People in mutual funds.
David received his MBA from the University of Chicago in 1971. He also holds an MS and a BA from the University of Kansas.
Kyota Narimatsu, '11 (AXP-10)