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Connecticut Hedge Fund Association and Town of Greenwich to attract global power players to inaugural Economic Forum

Friday, September 07, 2018

Matthias Knab, Opalesque:

More than 300 finance, public policy experts, and institutional investors will convene at the inaugural Greenwich Economic Forum in Greenwich, Conn., on November 15-16, 2018 to discuss the biggest opportunities and challenges facing global markets, public and private investments, pension plans, institutional investors, and the wider economy. Conversations will be led by luminaries including Ray Dalio, Afsaneh Beschloss, Paul Tudor Jones, and Dmitry Balyasny, with the aim to develop solutions for some of the industry's leading problems.

The forum is being organized by the Connecticut Hedge Fund Association (CTHFA) and the Greenwich Business Institute (GBI), under the auspices of Greenwich First Selectman Peter J. Tesei's Economic Advisory Committee. Topics to be addressed span the global pension crisis, allocation strategies, global private market investing, the opening of China's financial markets, trade wars, and the rise of private credit strategies.

Opalesque founder Matthias Knab is on the event's organizing committee and will also attend the conference. Opalesque users will receive an additional 10% discount on all delegate passes with code Opalesque10 when registering.

"Our industry has some of the brightest minds in the world, but as the current economic cycle comes to a close we are facing a myriad of divergent issues," said CTHFA President and GBI Co-Chair Bruce McGuire. "In these uncertain times, it's impe......................

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