The Institute of Banking is pleased to host an upcoming programme taster lecture for the Professional Certificate in Asset Management with Dr. Paul Ryan. This talk explores the history of financial bubbles from the South Seas bubble right up to the Global Financial Crisis. It discusses how the wisdom of crowds can turn into the madness of crowds. Bubbles are not random events but rather follow predictable path dependent trajectories. They are not simply economic phenomena. They have deep rooted behavioural, emotional and psychoanalytical aspects. Examples will be drawn from recent history including the Dot.Com bubble that burst in early 2000 and the enormously destructive Irish property bubble that imploded in 2007.
Those who successful complete the Professional Certificate in Asset Management (in May 2020), are also eligible for a one-module exemption from the Graduate Diploma in Financial Planning and Certified Financial Planner™ (CFP®) – the premier international financial planning designation. Alternatively, those who meet the entry requirement to the Professional Certificate may opt instead to join the Graduate Diploma directly in semester two in February 2020.
1 CPD hour for;
Grandfathered CPD member
Certified Bank Director
Dr. Paul Ryan is the lecturer for The Institute of Banking’s Professional Certificate in Asset Management and is a former Dean of the Institute’s School of Professional Finance. He is currently an Associate Professor in Finance at the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School, where he is also deputy director of Smurfit Executive Development. He has lectured extensively in finance across a range of undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses, and has been published in a number of international professional and academic journals.