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Portfolio Decision-Making: High Risk Versus Low Risk Strategies
Portfolio Decision-Making: High Risk Versus Low Risk Strategies


 
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    Includes 1 Hour Windows Media Video File

    This presentation will examine a case study of a small portfolio of R&D assets in which decision-makers are faced with recommending one or other portfolio that best meets the temporal goals of the organization. Not surprisingly, based on the risk tolerance and preference of decision-makers as well as an explicit definition of what constitutes a ‘successful portfolio’, a truly dominant portfolio may not exist making it difficult, but certainly not impossible, for a portfolio decision to be rendered.

    • Strategic intent.
    • Risk tolerance and risk preference.
    • Temporal goals.
    • Resource allocation by TA/BU/sector.
    • Discretionary and non-discretionary investments.
    • Actionability


    Speaker:
    Richard Bayney
    Adjunct Faculty
    UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA

    Participants that will find this webinar most beneficial will be those involved in pharmaceutical companies. Job titles of attendees that will be most applicable for this session will be:

    • Portfolio Management
    • Portfolio Launch
    • Portfolio Strategy
    • Pipeline Management


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