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SMIFC: 2020 SMIFC Conference


The 8th Annual Student Managed Investment Fund Consortium (SMIFC) Conference will take place at the Hyatt Regency McCormack Place, Chicago, IL 60616 on Thursday/Friday, October 8/9, 2020.

More details coming soon! Look for the hashtags #SMIFC and #SMIFC2020 on social media!

The purpose of the consortium is to enhance student learning and scholarship, record best practices in investment management among SMIF partners, provide a vehicle for student networking and exchange of ideas, and provide a permanent repository of relevant literature and recorded student experiences. The SMIF Consortium builds a community of institutions with a shared vision for student success and leadership in investing. The SMIF Consortium also establishes relationships with industry partners to assist in its primary goals of student education, research, and leadership.

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Thursday/Friday, October 8/9, 2020


Hyatt Regency McCormick Place 
2233 South Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
Chicago, Illinois, United States, 60616-9985

We have reduced rates at the Hyatt Regency which are valid until September 16, 2020.

1. Executive Suite: $179 for single and double occupancy and $204 for triple occupancy

2. Run of House: $179 for single and double occupancy and $204 for triple occupancy

Booking must be done through the hotel directly by calling 402-593-6018 or 877-803-7534 or through their website ar

Please mention SMIFC for the reduced rates. Prices are exclusive taxes.

Directions & Parking:

Please see the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place web site

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Registration Fees

The registration fee for this year is $269.00 for students and $319.00 for faculty and professionals.

Please email Michelle Swick for payment options


For more information contact

Ray Thomas
Networks Financial Institute,
Indiana State University