Editor's Note

Call For White Papers & Research

Jun 24 2011 | 1:03pm ET by Deirdre Brennan

We have recently revamped the ‘Library’ section of FINalternatives to allow you to submit white paper and research for publication. Once we have a large enough pool of papers we will break them down into categories. If you are interested in submitting a paper/research, please Click Here.

Note that we will review all submissions to make sure they are relevant to our audience. We welcome academic papers, research and surveys aimed at our buy-side, hedge fund and private equity audience. We will not post advertising/self-promotional pieces. Please do not use this feature for press releases (press releases should be sent to editorial@finalternatives.com). 


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