HFA Symposium:
Are You Leaving Money On The Table?

May 22, 2013  |  Boston

There are a number of ways for you to put more money to work at your fund. Aside from raising new capital, what can you do to cut costs and put more alpha into investments? Please join HFA along with McGladrey, Battea - Class Action Services and Foley Hoag LLP at an alternative investment seminar to learn about opportunities to maximize alpha through:

•   Projected tax rate changes
•   Securities class action settlement recovery
•   Regulatory developments and overhead impact
•   JOBS Act - a new capital raising opportunity

This Symposium is complimentary for all HFA members and clients of McGladrey, Battea and Foley Hoag LLP. Non-member investors and managers may also register at no charge. A limited number of non-member service providers may register for $100/per person.

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