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EXANTE's spotlight on the 19th Annual Alpha Hedge East Conference

EXANTE's spotlight on the 19th Annual Alpha Hedge East Conference

The 19th Annual Alpha Hedge East Conference is taking place February 5-7, 2013 at the Westin Canal Place in New Orleans, LA. The new venue, fresh content and new speakers will provide the financial community not only with valuable information for funds to achieve operational excellence but also with excellent network opportunities.

Keynote speakers include James Careville and Scott Cowen. Amongst the other speakers are Chris Acito from Gapstow Capital Partners, Fred Brettschneider from Libremax Capital, Steve Kuhn from Pine River Capital Management, Amin Majidi from Premium Point Investments, Jason Huemer from Visium Asset Management and Jonathan Wood from Whitebox Advisors.

Some of the main topics that will be discussed include insight on the structure, risk and future of alternative investments, regulatory framework and the quest for transparency, the role of volatility, capital structure arbitrage, loan portfolios and relative value credit investing, the balance of risk vs return and strategies employed by the CTA community.

The conference promises to explore the alternative investment landscape with valuable information for the financial community.

EXANTE's spotlight on the 19th Annual Alpha Hedge East Conference
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