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.
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.
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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.
NYHFR in the News
The Trump Administration and the Republican-controlled Congress could bring about major changes in tax law and, if passed, Texas would be the state most affected by the proposed border tax, according to Vadim Blikshteyn, financial service senior tax manager with Baker Tilly Virchow Krause. Read MoreRead More
The amount of assets under management by sovereign wealth funds will continue to rise, according to a recent survey of New York Hedge Fund Roundtable members, while the majority of members are more afraid of cyber security hacks than the possibility of being audited despite increased regulatory oversight. Read MoreRead More
NYHFR Episode 11 -How Hedge Funds Can Manage Human Resource Services Effectively Through Technology-Based Outsourcing
In February, Mark Yusko told a NYHFR audience that as volatility returns to the markets we can expect a “boom” in hedge fund creation. Nevertheless, many of these funds, because of their size, will grapple with serious business challenges. One set of these challenges includes how to cost-effectively manage human resource services including payroll, benefits…Read More
This call will review the disruptive political, social, economic, and technological forces that are shaping the global business and investment environment and upending long-held assumptions about trade and investment, talent, supply chains, security, and innovation. We will especially focus on how the Trump Administration and the Republican Congress are both driving and responding to these…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
What is a passive foreign investment company (PFIC) and why is it important? To stem a perceived abuse, Internal Revenue Code §§ 1291 to 1298 were enacted in 1986. Without them, a U.S. shareholder of a foreign corporation holding investment-type assets generating current ordinary income such as interest, dividends, royalties or rent could potentially convert…Read More