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January 2018

US Tax Reform: Opportunities and Challenges

January 25 @ 12:00 - 13:00

Tax Reform comes with its fair share of challenges for US businesses, but the well advised will focus on the opportunity that lies within the upheaval.  This presentation will overview the significant legislative changes, while highlighting pertinent insights and planning strategies, to help investors and businesses capitalize on the immense complexity.  Our presenter will have up to the minute information on what topics should be top of mind and will answer questions. David Sites, a partner with Grant Thornton’s Washington…

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The Idea of the Abdication of American Influence in the World & the Consequences for U.S. Security and Prosperity

January 9 @ 07:30 - 10:00

The New York Alternative Investment Roundtable will kick off the new year with a breakfast featuring former Republican senator Richard Lugar, who will discuss his thoughts on the consequences of the Trump administration’s foreign policy and the long term impact he believes it will have on the U.S. and other countries around the world. *The New York Alternative Investment Roundtable does not take any political positions, welcomes diversity of perspective at its events and does not endorse any political views…

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December 2017

A Strategist’s Outlook for 2018 & Beyond

12/13/2017 @ 17:30 - 20:00

The New York Alternative Investment Roundtable’s December event will feature Joseph LaVorgna, Natixis’ chief economist, who will share some of his thoughts on some of the things that he believes the alternative investment industry can expect to see in the coming year and beyond.  He will be joined by Peter Cecchini, senior managing director, co-head of equities, chief market strategist and global head of equity derivatives for Cantor Fitzgerald, who will serve as a moderator for this event. Prior to…

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November 2017

Compensation Structures and their Implications for Alternative Asset Managers

11/20/2017 @ 12:00 - 13:00

Greg Kastner, senior tax manager-financial services for Baker Tilly, and Richard Kasnia, will share his insights on compensation within the alternative investment industry. The call will be moderated by Tim Frazer of TriNet. Directions to access WebEx for the phone call on 11/20 at 12:00pm (EST). 1) Go to: https://meetings.webex.com/collabs/#/meetings/detail?uuid=M3QNLHL0LMMT2825Q84DWY89MT-OYNB&rnd=38461.708976 2) Add your first and last name to “Your Display Name”. 3) Add an email, and click “Join As Guest”. 4) Click “I Will Call In” on the left side of…

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Bitcoin & Blockchain: What Are They, and Why Should You Care?

11/13/2017 @ 17:30 - 20:00

ICO’s (Initial Coin Offerings) disrupting VC investments?  Hyperledger? Bitcoin? Etherium? These are all new terms associated with the blockchain hype, but what are they? Is the hype over? Has the trend passed? Join us for the New York Alternative Investment Roundtable’s November event where  a panel of industry experts will discuss Blockchain/Distributed Ledger from various perspectives, including  the pros and cons of immediate uses;  scalability; changes that will be driven by Blockchain across industries; security truths and myths; and other…

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October 2017

Perspectives From a Hedge Fund Allocator

10/27/2017 @ 12:00 - 13:00

Neil Waldman, of Waldman Capital, will share his perspectives on placing capital with high-conviction, fundamentally-driven long/short equity managers. Neil will communicate his process for both upfront due diligence and ongoing monitoring. This session should be especially helpful to managers seeking to better understand the capital allocation process and investors who want a better grasp of the scope and intricacies of the process for manager selection. Neil Waldman is the founder and managing member of Waldman Capital Management (WCM), a fund of…

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Very Important Aspects of Government You Probably Do Not Know -A Breakfast With Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino

10/03/2017 @ 07:30 - 10:00

October's Roundtable will be a breakfast event featuring Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino, who will discuss several important aspects of government that most people are unaware of. Among the things he will discuss are: How to run government without raising taxes. Why the Indian Point shut down may hurt many of us. Why you may not have to be in NYC to run a hedge fund.

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September 2017

Predictions For The U.S. and Global Economies From High Frequency Economics’ Jim O’Sullivan and Carl Weinberg 

09/27/2017 @ 12:00 - 13:00

Independent researchers Jim O'Sullivan and Carl Weinberg will outline their views and answer questions.  Despite lots of volatility in the data, and lots of political noise, Jim expects the U.S. labor market to keep improving and the Fed to keep tightening.  Carl is optimistic about China but sees numerous challenges with Brexit and Europe. Directions to access WebEx for the phone call on 9/27 at 12:00pm (EST). 1) Click here for the meeting URL 2) Add your first and last…

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

09/20/2017 @ 07:30 - 10:00

The New York Hedge Fund Roundtable’s September event will feature a fireside chat with Lee Cooperman, founder of hedge fund firm Omega Advisors. Among the topics Cooperman will discuss are how he started his business; advice he would give a new manager; how the playing field has changed; and how technology will impact hedge funds. *This is a morning event from 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Sorry, this event has reached maximum capacity and we are unable to accommodate any…

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August 2017

From Trader to Whistleblower: How Tom Hardin Wound Up at the Center of Galleon’s Insider Trading Case

08/02/2017 @ 17:30 - 20:00

Known initially as"Tipper X," Tom Hardin was the FBI's most helpful cooperating witness in its 2007-2008 investigation of the hedge fund industry that led to the high profile demise of  $3.7 billion hedge fund firm Galleon Group. Hardin will discuss how he went from being a successful long-short equity analyst, to being charged for insider trading and ultimately helping the FBI build over 20 criminal cases.

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