Risk and Regulation Symposium
September 22, 2011 | New York

For hedge fund firms, managing risk and complying with new regulations is mission critical, especially as firms adapt to expanded investor requirements and competitors enter the marketplace. To attract investors, managers need to establish institutional quality compliance programs and clearly demonstrate the edge of the investment team. Thomson Reuters and HFA invite you to join us on September 22, 2011 for valuable insights from leading hedge fund experts and industry luminaries.

This HFA Symposium includes cocktails and hors d'oeuvres and is complimentary for Thomson Reuters clients and hedge funds and investors. This event is not open to service providers

Panelists Include:

  • Ron S. Geffner, Partner, Sadis and Goldberg LLP
    Vice President, Hedge Fund Association
  • Robert Hegarty, Global Head of Market Structure, Thomson Reuters
  • Robert W. Colby, Chairman, Chief Investment Strategist, Colby Asset Management
  • Simon Ruddick, Managing Director & Co-Founder of Albourne Partners

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