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Jul 14 2011 | 9:05am ET
An A-list of asset managers, geopolitical analysts and institutional investors will gather September 14, 2011 at the FINforums Annual Hedge Fund Summit to take stock of the industry and outline the challenges ahead. Frank Ahimaz, who took over the Museum of Modern Art's $818 million portfolio at the height of the credit crisis 2008, and two dozen other experts will discuss:
John Seigenthaler, former NBC News Anchor and current CEO of Seigenthaler PR-NY, will chair the day-long event, which will be held at the Princeton Club in midtown Manhattan. Joseph McAlinden, Chief Investment Officer, Catalpa Capital Advisors, will give the opening remarks. Following panel discussions, FINforums will present an institutional investor roundtable. The summit—sponsored by Smarsh and Eze Castle Integration—will be capped by a cocktail reception.
A limited number of tickets and sponsorships are still available. Please visit www.finforums.com for details.
FINforums organizes editorially-driven events for the hedge fund industry that include topical panel discussions, insightful fireside chats and newsworthy keynote addresses by hedge fund industry leaders. FINforums aims to educate participants and foster debate and also provide a chance for the hedge fund community to network. FINforums is a joint venture of FINalternatives, Hedge Fund PR and John Seigenthaler of Seigenthaler Public Relations. To learn more, please visit FINforums.
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