Dr. Lisa Kramer’s Key Accomplishments Include:
Stirring up controversy in financial circles for over a decade with her seminal contributions bridging the gap between rational finance and behavioral finance, Dr. Lisa Kramer is no stranger to the dynamic marketplace of ideas. An expert on behavioral finance, investments, capital market seasonality, behavioral economics, neuroeconomics, and personal finance, Dr. Kramer captivates audiences with her real-time demonstrations of human biases. Participants come away with a deeper understanding of recent, state-of-the-art developments in the exciting field of behavioral finance.
Dr. Kramer’s research has been profiled in The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg Business, MONEY, US News and World Reports, The Washington Post, The Daily Telegraph, Business Week, Fast Company, The National Post, The Globe and Mail, and on CBC Television and Radio.
She received her PhD in finance from the Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia and is Professor of Finance at the University of Toronto. She has also held the Canadian Securities Institute Research Foundation Term Professorship, and spent a sabbatical as a visiting scholar in the Psychology Department at Stanford University.
More about Dr. Kramer’s keynote speaker experience:
Lisa Kramer routinely speaks to groups of industry professionals and general members of the public on a variety of topics, including investor behaviour, neuroeconomics, and capital market seasonality. Her real-time demonstrations of investor behavioural biases leave audience members with lasting memories. Past audiences have included industry associations, wealth management firms, banking institutions, government organizations, and non-profit educational groups.