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MFA to hold network investment conference virtually in January 2021

Thursday, November 19, 2020

Laxman Pai, Opalesque Asia:

The Managed Funds Association (MFA), the trade association for the hedge fund and global alternative investment industry, has announced initial keynotes at MFA Network 2021 - the investment conference to be held virtually in January 2021.

MFA Network investment conference is MFA's primary business development and networking conference.

Registration is now open for the event, a business development and networking conference for the hedge fund and alternative investment industry, which will be held virtually on 19-21 January 2021.

MFA Network keynotes will include:

- Cliff Asness, Managing and Founding Partner, AQR Capital Management

- Afsaneh Beschloss, Founder and CEO, RockCreek

- David M Rubenstein, Co-Founder, and Co-Executive Chairman, The Carlyle Group

Hailed as one of the top networking events for the alternative investments industry, MFA Network used to bring together top allocators, fund managers and leading industry service providers, educational programming, and investor-led roundtable discussions.

The conference provides manager suites, a balanced allocator to manager ratio, top institutional pension and endowment consultants, and a focus on emerging business issues and trends that are critical to allocators and fund managers across all strategies.

MFA Network 2021 will feature a dedicated virtual concierge service to facilitate meetings for event participants across the platform.

The event will feature......................

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