Editor's Note

Save The Date: FINforums Annual Hedge Fund Summit

Mar 2 2012 | 4:10am ET by Deirdre Brennan

FINforums, the events arm of FINalternatives, is holding its Annual Hedge Fund Summit on Sept. 20, 2012 at the Sentry Centers in New York City.
 
Over 300 industry experts will gather to speak candidly about the biggest issues affecting fund managers and investors today. Don't miss out on this chance to meet and mingle with the top decision makers and investors in the alternative asset management industry.

Topics covered include: The global macro outlook for Q4 and beyond; Money manager insights (top fund managers tell us their investment ideas); Regulatory and compliance updates; Expert tips on managing the media; A family office roundtable, and more.

New This Year: One-on-one manager and investor meetings. Hedge fund managers will have the opportunity to meet with potential investors in prearranged meetings.

Event Chairman: John Seigenthaler, Former NBC News Anchor and current CEO, Seigenthaler Public Relations-NY

Sponsorship Info: If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities, please contact Diane Sacken at (917) 421-9053 or email her at d.sacken@jamesgelliott.com

Speaking Opportunities: For speaking opportunities (fund managers and investors only), please contact Deirdre Brennan at (212) 966-0047 or email her at dbrennan@finalternatives.com

For More Information, Visit  www.FINforums.com


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