Salt Conference 2014 Coverage.
The SALT Conference is committed to facilitating balanced discussions and debates on macro-economic trends, geo-political events and alternative investment opportunities within the context of a dynamic global economy. With over 1,800 thought leaders, public policy officials, business professionals, and investors from over 42 countries and 6 continents, the SALT Conference provides an unmatched opportunity for attendees from around the world to connect with global leaders and network with industry peers. ValueWalk is providing live coverage any analysis live from the ground of the Conference. You can find ALL our Salt Conference 2014 coverage in this post as we will link everything from below.
Over the course of the Salt Conference 2014, more than 100 speakers With notable keynote speakers such as Peter Schiff, Nouriel Roubini, Bruce Richards, Joel Greenblatt, Leon Cooperman, James Dinan, David Tepper, General Petearus, Barry Rosenstein, Jacob Gottlieb, Michael E. Novogratz, Michael E. Novogratz, John Burbank, Steve Kuhn, Gregory Zuckerman ,Nassim Taleb, Mary Schapiro, Jim Chanos, Prime Minister George Papandreou, John Bader,General David H. Petraeus, Earvin “Magic” Johnson, Tom Sandell, Kevin Spacey, Jeff Smith, among MANY others.
Salt Conference 2014 presenters
Salt Conference 2014 Setting the Stage: Insights & Perspectives from Ken Langone
Kenneth G. Langone President & Chief Executive Officer, Invemed Associates LLC
Salt Conference 2014 Up Close & Personal: An Interview with Jamie Dinan
Jamie Dinan, Founder, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, York Capital Management
Salt Conference 2014 Through the Looking Glass: A Global Macroeconomic Forecast
Nouriel Roubini, Co-Founder & Chairman, Roubini Global Economics & Professor of Economics, NYU Stern School of Business
Peter Schiff, Chief Executive Officer & Chief Global Strategist, Euro Pacific Capital, Inc.
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