Phillip Goldstein presenting: “What do you do to maximize shareholder value after the FBI raids your office?” at the 8th Annual Value Investing Congress.

Phillip Goldstein: What To Do After FBI Raids Your Office

Phillip Goldstein of Bulldog Investors will be ninth at Value Investing Congress, with his presentation titled: “What do you do to maximize shareholder value after the FBI raids your office?”

Phillip Goldstein co-founded what is now Bulldog Investors, a value oriented group of private investment funds that invest primarily in closed-end funds, small cap operating companies, special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs), and special situations.

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Phillip Goldstein Live Coverage

3:10 PM EST: Philip Goldstein From Bulldog Investments has taken the stage.

3:12 PM EST: Bulldog has grown its assets to $500 million.

3:13 PM EST: Goldstein wants to talk about Imperial Holdings, a south African company that deals in everything from financial services to car rentals.

3:14 PM EST: In September of 2011, Imperial Holdings had its offices raided by the FBI.

3:16 PM EST: Shareholders sued the company after the FBI raid.

3:20 PM EST: Imperial Holdings shares fell sharply, Bulldog bought in at around $160 per share.

3:23 PM EST: Imperial Holdings shares closed today at $5.71, they’re up 28% so far in 2013.

3:24 PM EST: Bulldog started an activist campaign at Imperial Holdings and took seats on the company’s board.

3:30 PM EST: Goldstein is taking questions.

Presentation finished.