Editor's Note

Registration For Annual Hedge Fund Summit Closes Today

Sep 14 2012 | 8:17am ET by Deirdre Brennan

Today is the last day to register for next week's FINforums Annual Hedge Fund Summit in New York.
 
Over 80 90 investors are confirmed to attend. We will be closing registration at the end of the day TODAY.
 
Topics covered include:
  • The Global Macro Outlook for Q4 and Beyond
  • Best Ideas: Money Manager Insights
  • Consultants Roundtable
  • Regulatory and Compliance Updates
  • Successful Capital Raising
  • Fund Of Funds Roundtable
  • Manager/Investor Meetings

Visit FINforums to register today.

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