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Ted Seides, founder of Capital Allocators, LLC, and host of the Capital Allocators podcast, will discuss lessons learned from the podcast about how institutional investors allocate capital and time, his career path, his bet with Warren Buffett, and much more.
The third annual Institutional Investment Consulting Roundtable will feature a high-level discussion among senior institutional investment consultants. Institutional investment consultants provide investment advice to public and private companies, foundations and endowments, and wealthy families looking for help with managing their money, or the money in their employees’ retirement funds.
The 23rd Annual Insurance Conference will discuss the performance of the insurance sector, as well as the challenges faced by the presenting insurance companies in meeting their liabilities, especially in the face of natural disasters. Panelists will additionally debate whether secular trends, rather than cyclical forces, dampen the sector’s outlook.
Please join us for the second lecture as part of the CFANY Value Investing Group Education Workshop, exploring some of value investing's most important influencers of the past and present.
This event will cover the current hiring environment across a broad range of financial service practice areas as the first quarter of 2019 concludes. The event aims to cover the perspective of the employer in regards to the hiring environment across the following practice areas: Asset Management Investment Banking Private Equity/Venture Capital/Family Office Brokerage Sales/Trading Financial Services Technology Commercial Banking.
Deleveraging and newly imposed regulatory restrictions have hindered traditional bank lenders activity, and in turn restricted the capital available to many segments of the US and global economies. This has created a tremendous opportunity for alternative lenders to step in to fill the void.
The 2017 crypto boom brought often overstated and sometimes impossible claims of institutional investment and adoption by 2018. Custody issues, liquidity, regulatory uncertainty, bad actors, security and importantly, a 75% price decline all slowed the pace of institutional adoption.
The 5th Annual Pensions Conference will feature a high-level discussion on the implications of current market conditions and within this context, analyze trends in best practices in investment strategy, risk management and market engagement.
Cyber security has become more important in today’s more connected world. At this event, attendees will learn what critical issues threaten financial firm and how to address them, plus gain an extensive understanding of the wide range of existing threats within the growing global financial industry.
Less developed economies are said to be the world’s primary source of growth, but there’s no denying they are also sites of profound risk in this peculiar moment. Whether they seek to expose or insulate their portfolios, attendees at our inaugural Tangible Opportunities event will leave prepared to take informed action across a range of countries and capital structures.
Join us for this complimentary member event, where CFA Society New York facilitates introductions with members of common interests. Learn just how vital CFA Society New York’s Volunteer Groups are to the CFANY community, and ways in which your involvement can benefit both your professional career, and the Society as a whole.
As investment cap rates are hovering around record lows in the urban cores, especially in the cities along the coasts, the timing of the Opportunity Zone program—designed to encourage investments in often overlooked areas and “flyover cities”—could not have been more appropriate. Since its passage in late 2017, the program has received significant attention from investors, developers, money managers, city officials and urban planners nationwide.
A high-level discussion on major investment themes and global market dynamics from the perspective of single family offices. The panel will provide a rare glimpse at the allocators, their methodologies, investments and market views.
With this event, we bust common myths surrounding the cannabis industry for potential investors, and shed light on possible investment paths. Within an investment context, what is the potential in this space? The panel will seek to shed light on the current trends in the industry, along with the valuation and the legal framework within the regulatory environment.