Press Release |
April 08, 2021
Dr. Elroy Dimson, Dr. Oğuzhan Karakas, and Dr. Xi Li earned first prize in the Brandes Institute’s 2020 Call for Papers Contest for their submission, “Coordinated Engagements.”
November 22, 2019
Dr. Lars Kaiser, Assistant Professor at the Chair in Business Administration, Banking and Financial Management at the University of Liechtenstein, earned first prize in the Brandes Institute’s 2019 Call for Papers Contest for his submission, “ESG Integration: Value, Growth and Momentum.”
U.S. News & World Report |
October 19, 2018
Brandes Institute Manager Bob Schmidt is quoted in U.S. News & World Report on how investors can inadvertently let their emotions dictate their investment decisions despite knowing they should be focusing on the long-term.
The Wall Street Journal |
August 05, 2018
Bob Schmidt, Manager of the Brandes Institute, discusses what investors should keep in mind when considering active share
Financial Advisor |
July 31, 2018
Bob Schmidt, manager of the Brandes Institute, and Matt Johnson, director of private client sales at Brandes Investment Partners, discuss how investors' emotional biases can affect their portfolios and returns.
April 27, 2016
The Brandes Institute earlier this month hosted a number of today’s top value investing practitioners in New York City for a series of events including a lively discussion on the benefits of value investing and the characteristics of solid value-based opportunities today.
April 27, 2016
Brandes Investment Partners today announced the launch of the third Brandes Scholarship Program (BSP), which will award five scholarships of $4,000 each to U.S. students who can demonstrate knowledge and insight into their investing personalities and risk tolerance.
May 12, 2015
Tim Doyle, Fixed-Income Portfolio Manager at Brandes Investment Partners, comments on the often overlooked risks of increasingly popular unconstrained bond funds: extra complexity, credit risk and lack of transparency.
The Brandes Institute |
May 01, 2015
March 13, 2015
Active managers, even the best performing ones, suffered periods of weak returns.