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Context Capital Partners and former AlphaMetrix events management team launch Context Summits

Monday, November 18, 2013
Opalesque Industry Update - Context Capital Partners and the former management team of AlphaMetrix Events, Mark Salameh and Geoff Marcus have come together to launch Context Summits, LLC. Newly formed Context Summits will embark on a series of independent Hedge Fund/Investor Conferences beginning with the Miami Summit 2014 at the Fontainebleau Hotel.

“Context has been a leader and innovator in the hedge fund and private equity markets and we have a strong understanding of the needs of the industry”, said Ron Biscardi, Managing Director,Context Capital Partners. “The goal of Context Summits is to create deeper industry knowledge and foster connections that lead to business building partnerships for everyone in our industry.”

“Strategically we see this partnership as a perfect fit. Context Capital Partners deep knowledge, expertise and insight into the industry as an allocator will complement our Investor Conferences. Context also provides us with the appropriate resources and capital we need to be successful from day one. ” said Mark Salameh, Managing Director, Context Summits.

Context Summits will host its first conference January 29-31 at the Fontainebleau Hotel and will honor all attendees who were previously registered for the AlphaMetrix 2014 Miami Summit. “We are excited to have the opportunity to work with the industry and continue to deliver leading one-on-one format investor conferences that exceed expectations." said Geoff Marcus, Managing Director, Context Summits.
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