About The Roundtable
Bringing together the best minds in the alternative investment industry.
With investors, fund managers and prominent industry professionals coming together to promote education and best practices within the alternative investment industry, you get the opportunity to interact with some of the industry’s most insightful leaders and experts — a group including Nobel prize winners, trendsetters, alternative investment fund managers, investment analysts, and philanthropists, among others. We’re pushing boundaries to help foster new and improved standards for the alternative investment industry.
Benefits of Membership
Gain exclusive insights from top minds in the alternative investment industry and see investing as you never have before.
Our events are well known for promoting and encouraging interesting, lively and thoughtful discussions between industry professionals.
Make invaluable connections within the alternative investment industry at monthly events that foster interaction among attendees.
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Join us for monthly events and calls as we bring together the brightest minds and thought leaders in the alternative investment industry.
NYHFR in the News
Eight years have passed since the FBI’s insider trading investigation into Galleon Group, but the subject remains a concern in the minds of alternative investment industry participants, according to a new survey by the New York Hedge Fund Roundtable. Insider trading was the topic of NYHFR’s August event, entitled From Trader to Whistleblower: How Tom…Read More
Leon Cooperman is still smarting from his battle with the Securities and Exchange Commission. “They are — I don’t want to say a criminal enterprise — but they basically abuse their position and they’re very wrong-footed in what they do,” Cooperman said Wednesday at a breakfast hosted by the New York Hedge Fund Roundtable. Read…Read More
Greg Kastner, senior tax manager-financial services for Baker Tilly, and Timothy Frazier, vp, TriNet, Financial Services discuss compensation within the alternative investment industry.Read More
Neil Waldman, of Waldman Capital, shares his perspectives on placing capital with high-conviction, fundamentally-driven long/short equity managers. Neil communicates his process for both upfront due diligence and ongoing monitoring. This podcast will be of particular interest to managers seeking to better understand the capital allocation process and investors who want a better grasp of the scope…Read More
Registered investment advisers (RIAs) that maintain custody of customer assets, and who are registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), are subject to various regulations intended to protect their clients. One such rule under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 – the “custody rule” (i.e., SEC Rule 206(4)) – requires RIAs to obtain external…Read More
Fund managers are typically responsible for the preparation of financial statements of their underlying investment, in accordance with Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) 946 – Financial Services – Investment Companies, which requires the valuation of investments under ASC 820 – Fair Value Measurements. Please note that this topic excludes interests that are required to be consolidated…Read More