When Kim Shannon helped set up a female-led value investing conference in Omaha, Neb., it was a struggle just to get attention and secure sponsors. Then Warren Buffett showed up.
Kim Shannon discusses why she believes the market reflects human nature as much as it does underlying fundamental value.
Capitalize for Kids is now in its fifth year of hosting charitable investment conferences, having raised millions of dollars for local charities by bringing together top money managers from Canada and the U.S. and having them share some of their best ideas.
Kim Shannon and other industry experts answer the question, "what is your most important piece of investment advice for the second half of this year?"
Walk into Sionna Investment Managers’ downtown Toronto office, and you’ll notice how diverse its investment team is. At Sionna, gender, race and religion are no barrier to career opportunities. What matters to this successful firm – now in its 15th year – is finding the most talented and capable investment professionals to grow its clients’ portfolios.
Kim Shannon joins a roundtable to discuss trends in today’s market and where investors can find value opportunities.