2018 Applied Finance Conference

11 May 2018
St. John’s Manhattan Campus | New York, NY

NYCThe Eighth Annual Applied Finance Conference of the Financial Management Association International (FMA) will be hosted at St. John's University's Manhattan campus located in the heart of New York City’s most vibrant neighborhoods. The Conference is much smaller and more focused than the FMA’s traditional meetings and includes a relatively small number of papers to provide ample opportunity for presentations and discussion by participants.

Conference Co-Chairs

  • Betty Simkins, Williams Companies Chair of Business and Professor of Finance, Oklahoma State University 
  • Anna Martin, Executive Director, Applied Finance Institute & Alois J. Theis Endowed Chair in Global Finance, St. John's University 

Call for Papers (Submission Deadline: 5 January 2018)

To view the Call for Papers, click here. The paper submission fee is $25 USD (member) and $35 USD (non-member). To submit a paper or apply for the program committee, please click the links below.

#FMAAFC2018 - Follow the Conversation

During the conference, use the hashtag #FMAAFC2018 to follow the conversation on Twitter (@finmgmtassoc) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/FMA.org).

About St. John's Universityst johns unv

Founded by the Vincentian Fathers in 1870, St. John's University is a private, Catholic university with campuses in Queens, Manhattan, Staten Island and Rome, Italy, as well as a graduate center in Oakdale, New York. A campus in Paris, France, opened in the spring of 2009.

St. John's is organized into five undergraduate and six graduate schools. The university has nearly 25,000 full- and part-time undergraduate and graduate students at the University’s six locations, including non-resident students representing 47 states, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, the US Virgin  Islands, and 116 countries. The Princeton Review named St. John’s a Best Northeastern College. St. John’s also appears in The Princeton Review’s 2013 Edition of “The Best 377 Colleges.”