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April 2018 City Event Category
Friday, 27th QuantCon 2018, Quantopian's Algorithmic Trading and Quantitative Finance Conference New York City Investment and strategy for quant investors 10%
May 2018 City Event Category
Wednesday, 16th BAI AIC 2018 Frankfurt Alternative Investment 20%
Monday, 14th Catalyst Cap Intro: Alternative Investing Funds WEST San Francisco Alternative Investment
Thursday, 3rd Kase Learning's The Art, Pain and Opportunity of Short Selling New York City Alternative Investment
Thursday, 17th 2nd Real Estate Equity Investment & REITs Shanghai Real Estate
June 2018 City Event Category
Monday, 18th Catalyst Cap Intro: Quant | A.I. Fund Investing New York Alternative Investment
Tuesday, 26th NEXT ETF 2018 Shanghai ETF's 10%
July 2018 City Event Category
Monday, 16th Catalyst Cap Intro: Real Estate Fund Investing New York Alternative Investment
September 2018 City Event Category
Monday, 17th Catalyst Cap Intro: L/S Equity Fund Investing New York Alternative Investment
October 2018 City Event Category
Monday, 15th Catalyst Cap Intro: Credit | Fixed Income Alternative Investing New York Alternative Investment
November 2018 City Event Category
Monday, 5th Catalyst Cap Intro: Emerging Markets | Commodities Alternative Investing New York Agricultural Investment
Monday, 5th Gaining the Edge - 2018 Hedge Fund Investor Leadership Summit New York City Hedge Funds, Alternative Investments
December 2018 City Event Category
Monday, 10th Catalyst Cap Intro: Real Estate Fund Investing New York Alternative Investment

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