A New Investment Factor
Please join us for a truly distinct panel of industry leaders who have come together to create, independently research, and make this factor investible. The origin story of the Human Capital Factor® is not to be missed, and we hope you walk away sharing our belief that it can become a cornerstone of your portfolio allocations in the decades to come.
Thursday, December 7th
12:00pm ET – 2pm ET
80th Columbus Circle at 60th St.
New York, NY 10023
Managing Director and head of European Quantitative Strategy in JPMorgan’s Global QDS research team, covering views on investment styles, sectors and stocks.
President & CIO, Harbor Capital Advisors, Inc. overseeing all Investment, Distribution & Marketing and Executive Office functions at Harbor.
Chief Investment Officer, Irrational Capital, covering a range of research and portfolio management activities.
As a globally experienced CHRO and change catalyst, Alison James has helped enterprises like BIC, Life Technologies, Gateway, and Mars, Inc., unlock the power of high-performing teams, develop diverse leadership, and build scalable multinational operations through her work leading HR, organizational development, and business strategy. Today, Alison is founder and CEO of Page 2 Consulting, a boutique organizational development advisory delivering HR and capability planning strategies to help purpose-driven leaders scale their organizations.
For Institutional Investor Use Only, Not for Distribution to the Public. The views expressed herein are those of Harbor, Irrational Capital, JPMorgan, and CIBC Investment Professionals at the time the comments were made. They may not be reflective of their current opinions, are subject to change without prior notice, and should not be considered investment advice. These views are not necessarily those of the Harbor Investment Team and should not be construed as such. The information provided is for informational purposes only. The Human Capital Factor® is a registered trademark of Irrational Capital, LLC. Investing entails risks and there can be no assurance that any investment will achieve profits or avoid incurring losses. Diversification does not assure a profit or protect against loss in a declining market.