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Law firm Walkers continues hedge fund seminars in NYC on November 9th - What you really need to know ahead of 2011

Thursday, October 28, 2010
Opalesque Industry Update - Global offshore law firm Walkers returns to New York City on Tuesday 9th November for the latest in its series of Walkers Fundamentals hedge fund seminars.

'Changing the Game – The hottest topics in hedge funds – What you really need to know ahead of 2011', takes place at the Harvard Club of New York City, 35 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036, from 4pm to 6.30pm. From structuring to winding up, Walkers' partners and special guest speakers will address the latest trends, explain the right jurisdictions in today's global regulatory and economic environment and reveal the steps that need to be taken as a result of recent decisions against managers and funds.

Special guest speakers include Todd Buchholz, economist and regular CNBC commentator and Benjamin Allensworth, Assistant General Counsel – Managed Funds Association.

Attendance is free but by invitation only. To request an invitation email: communications@walkersglobal.com

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