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.
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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.
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Join us for monthly events and calls as we bring together the brightest minds and thought leaders in the alternative investment industry.
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