About The Roundtable
Bringing together the best minds in the alternative investment industry.
With investors, fund managers and prominent industry professionals coming together to promote education and best practices within the alternative investment industry, you get the opportunity to interact with some of the industry’s most insightful leaders and experts — a group including Nobel prize winners, trendsetters, alternative investment fund managers, investment analysts, and philanthropists, among others. We’re pushing boundaries to help foster new and improved standards for the alternative investment industry.
A Morning Fireside Chat About the State of Markets and Hedge Funds With Omega Advisors’ Lee Cooperman
Benefits of Membership
Gain exclusive insights from top minds in the alternative investment industry and see investing as you never have before.
Our events are well known for promoting and encouraging interesting, lively and thoughtful discussions between industry professionals.
Make invaluable connections within the alternative investment industry at monthly events that foster interaction among attendees.
Become a member
Join us for monthly events and calls as we bring together the brightest minds and thought leaders in the alternative investment industry.
NYHFR in the News
Quantitative investing has been experiencing a resurgence of interest among investors in alternative investments -fueled by big data, ever-more sophisticated algorithms and increasingly efficient technologies. Given investors’ interest in quantitative investment funds, the New York Hedge Fund Roundtable recently looked at how the alternative investment community views the strategy compared to the way it looks…Read More
Sustainability is steadily moving from a niche issue to being front and center in the minds of global alternative investors, according to a new survey by the New York Hedge Fund Roundtable. Read MoreRead More
NYHFR Episode 15 – State Sourcing Income Rules & Considerations for Hedge Funds and Private Equity Funds
Gregory Kastner, a senior tax manager -financial services for Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, discusses some of the things that hedge funds and private equity funds should be aware of when it comes to state sourcing income rules. Among the specific things he touches on are: Movement towards a single factor formula from the traditional three…Read More
NYHFR Episode 14 – A Town Hall Style Meeting with Congressional Representatives Claudia Tenney & Thomas Suozzi
In an event co-hosted with Bloomberg, the New York Hedge Fund Roundtable’s July event will feature Congressional representatives Claudia Tenney (R, NY) and Thomas Suozzi (D, NY), who will address some of most pressing issues facing the country -from the American Health Care Act, to the Trump Administration’s budget proposal, and what some of these issues…Read More
As if the Internal Revenue Code, Treasury Regulations and various federal courts didn’t make taxes complicated and confusing enough, hedge fund and private equity managers must also contend with the varied, and often contradictory, state laws regarding sourcing of income. No unifying principle seems to translate from one jurisdiction to the next with one exception:…Read More
Private equity and hedge fund managers impacted along with state public pension plans Effective Jan. 1, 2017, California’s newly enacted “fee disclosure law” will significantly increase fee disclosure compliance requirements on state public pension (SPP) plans, as well as the private equity and hedge fund managers that seek their capital. The disclosure requirements are extensive…Read More