The Spaulding Group is not a conference company putting on performance measurement conferences and forums. We're a performance measurement company that hosts conferences and interactive forums.
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT FORUM
Founded in 1998, meeting over 50 times, this is a members only Forum for performance measurement professionals. The Forum provides a platform for money management industry professionals to interact with their peers on important topics, issues and concerns, in an atmosphere conducive to information exchange. Members engage with industry leaders and other members to explore a variety of performance and risk topics, implementation strategies, management challenges, and policy solutions that directly apply, and influence their proficiencies and effectiveness. The membership of this forum combines the talents of our industry’s leading thinkers and practitioners, and provides an information network unrivaled in the industry. The forum meets four times a year (twice a year in North America; twice a year in Europe). Each meeting lasts for a day-and-a-half.
“PMAR is an excellent forum for performance measurement professionals to hear the latest thinking from some of the best practitioners in the business. The range of subjects covered definitely makes the time commitment to attend worthwhile.”
-James Edmonds, CFA, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney
"PMAR has become the must attend performance and risk conference. From the timely topics to the world class speakers, this conference has it all. It is also entertaining and well organized. Run, don't walk to this conference."
-Tom Jacobs, Waddell & Reed
In 2011 and 2012, The Spaulding Group held week long web based conferences dedicated to Attribution and Risk titled Attribution Week and Risk Week respectively. Attribution Week topics included: A primer on attribution with Stephen Campisi, fixed income with John D. Simpson, multi-currency with Mark Elliott, risk attribution from Jose Menchero and attribution odds and ends with David Spaulding. Risk WEek focused risk management for hedge funds, Value at risk, risk attribution, a client's perspective on risk, and risk adjusted measures.