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October 2019

Brexit – On Again, Off Again!

October 17 @ 17:30 - 20:30

Join the New York Alternative Investment Roundtable for a panel discussion on the rapidly changing events surrounding Brexit. Panelists will provide their insights, opinions and advice on what to expect and when. Panelists: Edward Price, Head of Economic & Financial Sector Policy in the British Consulate-General's Department for International Trade Neil Robson, regulatory compliance partner for financial services firms at Katten Muchin Rosenman UK Carl Weinberg, Ph. D., a Managing Director and Chief International Economist for High Frequency Economics Moderator:…

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September 2019

Monthly Call: How Social Media Can Be Used By Managers to Attract Institutional Investors

September 24 @ 12:00 - 13:00

Join the New York Alternative Investment Roundtable in a conversation about the best ways to utilize social media to attract institutional investors and stand out from the competition, which will be led by Kathryn Kohler, a senior partner at lumentus who partners with the firm’s clients to develop and convert organizational visions into powerful brands and stellar reputations. Recognized as an expert brand and marketing strategist, she earned that distinction through her work in high-impact roles where she has influenced major…

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A Morning Fireside Chat About the State of Markets and Hedge Funds With Omega Advisors’ Lee Cooperman

September 11 @ 07:30 - 10:00

The New York Alternative Investment Roundtable’s September event will feature a fireside chat with Leon (Lee) Cooperman, founder of hedge fund firm Omega Advisors. Among the topics Cooperman will discuss are how he started his business; some of the setbacks and challenges he has faced over the years and what he learned from them; advice he would give a new manager; his views on active versus passive investing; how the playing field has changed; how technology will impact hedge funds;…

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August 2019

The Case for Dividend Growth: Investing in a Post-Crisis World

August 15 @ 07:30 - 10:00

David Bahnsen, the founder, managing partner and Chief Investment Officer of The Bahnsen Group, will discuss views from his new book "The Case for Dividend Growth: Investing in a Post-Crisis World," which was published in April. David is the founder, managing partner, and Chief Investment Officer of The Bahnsen Group, a bi-coastal private wealth management group managing over $1.5 billion in client assets. In 2018, he was named as one of Barron’s Top 100 Independent Advisors, Forbes Top Wealth Advisors,…

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July 2019

Monthly Call: The Financial Services Hiring Landscape -2019 & Beyond!

July 23 @ 12:00 - 13:00

Join the New York Alternative Investment Roundtable in a conversation about the current state of the job market, focusing on relevant issues for hiring managers and candidates, led by Peter N. Tannenbaum, founder of Ramax Search. Peter has dedicated almost thirty years to the executive search field and founded Ramax Search in 1991. As a unique recruiting firm specializing in the placement of high caliber business leaders and professionals exclusively to the financial services community, Ramax Search has worked with…

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The Impact of Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning on the Alternatives Industry

July 16 @ 17:30 - 20:00

As artificial intelligence becomes more prominent it is having a significant impact on the alternative investment industry -from the technology-related investments in the industry is making, to the models the industry relies on to choose its investments. Join the New York Alternative Investment Roundtable for a panel discussion looking at multiple facets of artificial intelligence and the impact it is having on the alternative investment industry as a whole. Panelists: Olga Kokareva, head of data sourcing and strategy, Quantstellation Paul…

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June 2019

How Hedge Funds Generate Non-Investment Alpha

June 17 @ 17:30 - 20:00

With quantitative easing ending, interest rates rising and pressure on management fees, hedge funds find themselves in a new and still evolving market environment. As a result, fund managers are looking to banks for more than asset safekeeping, and the nature of conversations between managers and bank service providers has changed into something far more strategic. From prime custody and administration, securities and cash management, to new forms of financing, what do managers need to know to position their hedge…

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May 2019

2019 Sustainability Investment Leadership Conference

May 9

The 2019 Sustainability Investment Leadership Conference (SILC) will be held on May 9th in NYC SILC works with accounting firms, law firms and investment firms to integrate sustainability as part of a firm’s overall growth strategy. This day-long conference addresses a wide range of sustainability related topics. Following are some of the sessions planned for this year's conference: Can CEO's Avoid Politics? Should They? Artificial Intelligence Inclusion and Diversity: Investigating Bias to Grow Profitable Companies Supply Chain Assurance Sustainability Reporting in…

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Monthly Call: AI & Machine Learning in Investment Management

May 7 @ 12:00 - 13:00

Machine Learners. New Gen Quant Funds. Quant-amental. Digital Disruption. Human/machine intelligence Discover the latest trends in quantitative model development. AI and Machine Learning in Investment Management is an insider’s look into the opaque world of quantitative investing and the emergence of Artificial Intelligence, Big and small Data. The origins of AI/Machine Learning Quants: Then & Now. People, Players & AI/ML Practitioners Alternative Investment Data Digital Disruption-Amazoned? Rick Roche, a managing director at Little Harbor Advisors, will separate fact from fiction and…

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April 2019

#2000 Redux: Why Now Is The Time To Increase Your Allocation To Hedge Funds

April 9 @ 17:30 - 20:00

They (well Mark Twain, supposedly) say that history doesn’t repeat, but it rhymes and we will make the case for why we are in the midst of "Tech Wreck 2.0" and why 2018 to 2020 will look just like 2000 to 2002 in the US Equity markets.  2019 is likely to play out just like 2001 -strong early, recession in the middle and a steady decline in growth, profits and stock prices over the course of the year. The good…

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