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Dodge O. Dorland, who holds the Certified Market Technician (CMT) designation, is Chairman and Chief Investment Officer of Landor & Fuest Capital Managers, LLC. He formerly served as the Chief Investment Officer of Landor Capital Management, LLC, an investment management firm he founded in 1997 from the merger of several predecessor firms. As the president of the New York Society of Security Analysts from 2002 to 2006, he spearheaded the relocation of NYSSA after 9/11 from its then location in No. One World Trade Center to its current headquarters at 1177 Avenue of the Americas. He served on the NYSSA’s Board in various positions for over a decade and received the Volunteer of the Year award in 2006.
Mr. Dorland is a former president and current member of the CMT Association, and he served on its Board from 1991 to 1997. He served on the Finance Committee of Fordham University Graduate School of Business from 2006 to 2008 and coached senior students seeking finance positions in business as part of the Colgate University Career Services from 2002 thru 2008. He has spent his career in finance and has acted as a commercial, merchant, and investment banker for various manufacturers including Hanover, Lehman Brothers, First Chicago and General Electric Capital Corp.
A graduate of Colgate University, Mr. Dorland earned his MBA from the New York University Graduate School of Business Administration. He holds Series 65 certification. Mr. Dorland is a regular market commentator for CNBC Worldwide, CNBC Asia Pacific, CNBC Europe, NDTC India, Bloomberg television, Reuters, and CNN and has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal and Business Week.
The Institutional Money Management Panel will explore the prevalence of technical analysis as a primary method of money management as practiced by institutional buy side managers. Panel participants will be encouraged to present cases studies illustrating primary methods of...