Capitalize For Kids Sohn Conference Reveals 2015 All Star Line-Up

Capitalize For Kids Sohn Conference Reveals 2015 All Star Line-Up

Capitalize For Kids has partnered with the Sohn Conference Foundation to present Canada’s most important investment conference of the year, bringing together North America’s savviest investors to share fresh insights and strategies.  This year’s keynote is Howard Marks of Oaktree Capital who will present alongside 21 other leading money managers.  All proceeds support the highest priority needs in the field of children’s brain and mental health.

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When:             September 29 & 30, 2015

Where:            Arcadian Court, Toronto, Canada

Capitalize For Kids 2015 Speakers List

Howard Marks, Oaktree Capital

John Burbank, Passport Capital

Marc Lasry, Avenue Capital

Jeff Smith, Starboard Value

Bruce Richards, Marathon Asset Management

Dinakar Singh, TPG Axon

Mick McGuire, Marcato Capital

Clifton Robbins, Blue Harbour Group

Ted Goldthrope, Apollo Investment Corp

Charles Winograd, Elm Park Capital

David Zorub, BlueMountain Capital

Anna Nikolayvsky, Axel Capital Management

Ira Gluskin, Gluskin Sheff + Associates

Jacob Doft, Highline Capital

Daniel Dreyfus, 3G Capital

Blair Levinsky, Waratah Capital

Daniel Lewis, Orange Capital

Reno Giancola, Alignvest Capital

John Khoury, Long Pond Capital

Jody LaNasa, Serengeti Asset Management

Paul Sabourin, Polar Securities

David Lorber, FrontFour Capital

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