Harbor Investment Conference 2016

Harbor Investment Conference 2016

Harbor Investment Conference 2016 – Boys & Girls Harbor Ninth Annual Harbor Investment Conference to Feature Ideas and Insights of Industry-Leading Investment Managers

Speakers announced for Conference Co-Chaired by Bill Ackman, Mark Axelowitz and Vice-Chair Barry Friedberg

February 29, 2016, NEW YORK //– Boys & Girls Harbor is excited to announce an outstanding roster of investment managers who will present at the ninth annual Boys & Girls Harbor Investment Conference. The conference will be held on Tuesday, March 8, at the AXA Equitable Center. The event is co-chaired by Pershing Square Capital Management Founder and CEO William A. Ackman and Mark Axelowitz, Managing Director of UBS Private Wealth Management. Barry Friedberg, President of FriedbergMilstein is vice-chair of the event.

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Harbor Investment Conference 2016 – 2016 Harbor Investment Conference Speakers

This year’s conference will feature Mr. Ackman interviewing Bruce Berkowitz, CIO, Fairholme Capital Management. The investment managers speaking at the event include:

Ben Axler, Founder, Spruce Point Capital Management & Co-Founder, Prescience Point Research Group
Adam Brenner, Co-Founder, Dhalion Advisors LP
David Cowan, Bessemer Venture Partners
Thomas Einhorn, Co-Founder, Dhalion Advisors LP
Philip Hilal, Founder, Clearfield Capital Management
Jasjit Rekhi, CIO & Founder, Sanoor Capital
Rick Rieder, CIO, BlackRock
Mona Sutphen, Partner, Macro Advisory Partners
Whitney Tilson, Founder, Kase Capital Management

The conference provides a unique opportunity for investors to hear from some of the industry’s leading fund managers about opportunities that exist in today’s challenging markets. All proceeds from ticket sales and sponsorships will benefit Boys & Girls Harbor, an education and performing arts nonprofit organization that has served Harlem for more than 75 years.

For more information and to register for the conference, click here.

“It’s a pleasure to once again work with the investment community to help Boys & Girls Harbor provide our more than 1,000 students with the tools they need to succeed in a competitive academic environment,” said Dr. Thomas Howard, the Boys & Girls Harbor Executive Director. “Events such as the Harbor Investment Conference allow us to bridge the achievement gap by providing high-quality education and exposure to the arts.”

About Boys & Girls Harbor:

The mission of Boys & Girls Harbor is to empower children and their families to become full, productive participants in society through educational, cultural enrichment and social service. The Harbor Education Model is designed as a continuum, integrating early childhood education, afterschool programming, the performing arts, and strong partnerships with parents, local schools, and the community. Through research-based curricula infused with the performing arts, the Harbor provides comprehensive academic training while simultaneously nurturing each child’s creativity.

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