If you are in search of outstanding investment performance, you are also in search of great ideas.
At our fully online events, you will not only save time, money and the hassle involved in traveling to a physical venue, but you will also benefit from more timely insights and more differentiated ideas.
We have partnered with The Manual of Ideas, the acclaimed investment monthly, as well as with tech leaders Cisco, Microsoft, and Google to bring you a series of live events dedicated to your success.
Our renowned instructors look forward to meeting you at a ValueConferences event soon!
Your ValueConferences Team
Each conference is a two-day, fully online event. Attend sessions, meet the experts, and network with peers — from the comfort of your home or office.
Day One: Wisdom
The first day of each conference focuses on deepening your understanding of the conference topic. For example, Day One of the European Investing Congress looks at the status of the eurozone crisis, key implications for investors, and the process for finding great ideas.
Day Two: Ideas
The second day of each conference focuses exclusively on money-making investment ideas. Our instructors present long equity ideas that meet stringent fundamental investment criteria. Day Two will satisfy your desire to have the event you attend more than pay for itself. Enjoy and profit!
Tom Gayner serves as President and Chief Investment Officer of Markel Corporation (NYSE: MKL) and as the President of Markel Ventures, a Markel Corporation subsidiary. Tom joined Markel over twenty years ago and since that time has earned a reputation for his long-term approach to investing and building value. He also sits on the boards of the Washington Post Company, the Colfax Corporation and the Davis Series Mutual Funds. Markel Corporation is a publicly traded insurance holding company headquartered in Glen Allen, VA. Markel writes specialty insurance for three market segments: the Excess and Surplus Lines Market, the Specialty Admitted Market and the London Insurance Market. The specialty insurance market provides coverage for hard-to-place risks that do not fit the underwriting criteria of standard carriers. Prior to Markel, Tom had been a certified public accountant at PricewaterhouseCoopers and a vice president of Davenport & Company of Virginia. He received a B.S. degree in commerce in 1983 from the McIntire School at the University of Virginia.