The iCIO Investment Summit is just around the corner, and it promises to be an interesting day with lots of serious investors sharing their best ideas on macro trends and investment opportunities. The summit is “dedicated to bringing senior investment professionals together for face to face high-level conversations that spark ideas and opportunities in this ever-changing investment environment,” according to the official announcement. There’s no question that the conference has a strong line-up of speakers, and there is plenty of time built into the schedule for attendees to meet and greet. Morgan Creek Principal Andrea Szigethy, who runs Marketing and Events, is the founder and creator of the conference.
iCIO Investment Summit speakers
The day will start with a keynote speech from Mauldin Economics chairman John Mauldin taking a hard look at how policy makers impact investment strategies, followed by Grant’s Interest Rate Observer founder James Grant discussing the impact of Fed policy on global markets and a panel including Mauldin, Grant, and Strategas Research Partners chief investment strategist Jason DeSena Trennert.
Morgan Creek CEO and CIO Mark W. Yusko will give macroeconomic overview of global markets, followed by the “All-Star Investor Panel” of Lawrence Kochard, CEO and CIO of UVIMCO, Brian O’Neil, CIO at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and Mark Anson, CIO at The Bass Family Office. Jami Miscik, president and vice chairman of Kissinger Associates, and Kyle Bass, managing partner at Hayman Capital Management LP, will both give talks and participate in a Q&A moderated by Stephanie Ruhle, Co-Anchor of Bloomberg’s Market Makers.
iCIO Investment Summit concludes with John Paulson
The whole thing concludes with a “fireside chat” with John Paulson, founder and president of Paulson & Co. Inc, one of the world’s most renowned hedge funds. And of course, the summit will end in the early afternoon so that attendees have plenty of time to meet other senior investment professionals.
The event is being held at Club 101 in New York on December 4, but according to the website it’s already sold out. You can get on the wait list here just in case there is a cancellation, but we’ll also be providing full coverage of the event so you don’t have to miss out on the latest ideas from some of the financial world’s best minds.