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Jun 15 2012 | 6:37am ET by Deirdre Brennan
We are selecting 8-10 asset managers to present their funds to a group of investors at the FINforums Annual Hedge Fund Summit, which takes place on September 20, 2012 in New York City.
If you would like to be considered as a presenter (hedge funds and alternative asset managers only), click here to fill in the form. Please note that your information will only be used to screen you for possible inclusion, and it will not be released to the attendees or to investors without your prior approval.
Should you be approved to present your fund to investors, the registration fee for the event is the same as for funds that are not presenting ($695 per person). The final day to submit your details for consideration is Friday, July 20, 2012 -- or sooner if the slots have been filled.
Should your fund not be selected to present, we do hope you will attend as you will have ample time to network with the investors as well as attend our top-notch panels and roundtables.
For More Information, Visit www.finforums.com
If you are interested in sponsoring the FINforums Annual Hedge Fund Summit, please contact Diane Sacken at +1 (917) 421-9053.
About FINforums: FINforums, a division of FINalternatives, organizes exclusive, editorially-driven events catering to the hedge fund industry. From cutting edge panel discussions to informative fireside chats and big name keynote addresses, FINforums events aim to educate audiences and facilitate debate. FINforums is a joint venture of FINalternatives, Hedge Fund PR and John Seigenthaler of Seigenthaler Public Relations.
FINforums and its parent company, FINalternatives, are strictly conference and news outlets, respectively. FINforums and FINalternatives do not endorse any specific fund managers, nor do they collect fees should a manager and investor meet at one of their events and subsequently decide to do business.
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