May 22, 2017
My guest today is Greg Davies, a specialist in applied decision science and behavioural finance.
Greg specialises in turning academic insight into practical applications.
With a prior background in academia and consulting, in 2006 Greg started, and for a decade led, the banking world’s first behavioural finance team as Head of Behavioural-Quant Finance at Barclays.
He holds a PhD in Behavioural Decision Theory from Cambridge; is an Associate Fellow at Oxford’s Saïd Business School; a lecturer at Imperial College London; and author of Behavioral Investment Management.
At Centapse, Greg specialises in improving outcomes by helping people make better decisions. He takes the insights of behavioural economics and builds them into an organization’s systems, analytics, processes, propositions, and products.
Listen to this episode of Informed Choice Radio to better understand the biases which influence our decision making, the different investment personality types, how robo-advisers could save us from our human behaviours, and much more.
Welcome to Making Better Decisions, with Greg Davies in episode 218 of Informed Choice Radio.
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