GLOBAL INSIGHTS FROM WORLD-RENOWNED THOUGHT LEADERS
JOIN INDUSTRY EXPERTS FOR A DISCUSSION ON INVESTMENT OUTLOOKS, TRENDS, RISKS, AND OPPORTUNITIES IN THE ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENT MARKET. NETWORK WITH A SELECT GROUP OF INVESTMENT MANAGERS AND INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS AT THE HISTORIC FARMINGTON COUNTRY CLUB IN CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA.
Following the disruptive movements around the world from the Brexit referendum last summer to the unexpected victory of Donald Trump in the 2016 U.S. Presidential election, global investors scrambled to adjust their strategies to deal with the impact of the global economy and investment environment in this new era. In addition to the shift in geopolitical forces, investors are dealing with excess levels of money supply contributed by central banks around the world and growing pressure to maintain a targeted level of risk adjusted returns in an environment of low interest rates. Join our renowned speakers as they analyze the current state of investing and uncover domestic and global investment opportunities. We will be examining the rise in artificial intelligence & machine learning and their implications for the hedge fund industry. In addition, we are collaborating with the Richard A. Mayo Center for Asset Management at the Darden School of Business to deliver a deeper analysis of the current debate between active vs. passive investing. Simply put, this is a conference you can't afford to miss!
GOLF CHARITY TOURNAMENT
MAY 23, 2017 10AM TO 6PM
We are pleased to announce this year's charity golf outing at the renowned Farmington Country Club. This friendly competition will be held in a scramble format and will be followed by a Welcome Reception Dinner at the clubhouse. All registered conference attendees are welcome to attend the reception. A donation of the proceeds will go to benefit Homestretch, a charitable program designed to empower homeless families to attain self-sufficiency and end the cycle of homelessness. For more information, visit homestretchva.org/
WINE TASTING SOIREE
MAY 23, 2017 4PM TO 6PM
We are pleased to announce the addition of a wine tasting soiree this year, to take place after the conclusion of the golf tournament. Here, attendees will be able to sample the finest Virginia wines in a relaxed, yet spirited, setting. Afterwards, please join us at our Welcome Reception Dinner. All registered conference attendees are welcome to attend the reception.
WELCOME RECEPTION DINNER
MAY 23, 2017 6PM TO 8PM
Following the golf tournament and wine tasting soiree, we invite you to join us at the Welcome Reception Dinner featuring our guest speaker, Mr. Geoffrey Bradway of Numerai and his presentation titled "Creating A Superhuman Hedge Fund". This is a fascinating insight into how machine learning and artificial intelligence can be applied to the asset management industry.
ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENT CONFERENCE
MAY 24, 2017
07:45 AM Registration/Breakfast Reception
08:50 AM Opening Remarks: Ian Asvakovith, Piedmont Fund Services
09:00 AM LP-Only Roundtable Discussion (By invitation only) - "What keeps CIOs up at night?"
Moderated by: Josh Smith, Solovis
09:00 AM Latest Trends in the Alternative Investment Industry
Moderated by: Tina Lewandowski, Arthur Bell
Panelists: Ron S. Geffner, Sadis & Goldberg, LLP,
Samuel K. Won, Global Risk Management Advisors
Brian Broadway, Aspen Partners
10:00 AM Fireside Chat: Current State of Private Equity and Real Assets Investing
Keynote Speaker: Mr. David Fann, TorreyCove Capital Partners
Interview by Ian Asvakovith, Piedmont Fund Services
10:45 AM Networking Break
11:00 AM Perspective on Global Trade and Macroeconomic Outlook during the Trump Administration & Brexit
EraModerated by: Caitlin Webber, Bloomberg
Panelists: Antonio Ortiz-Mena, Albright Stonebridge Group
Valerie Rouxel-Laxton, The European Union
Shige Watanabe, Embassy of Japan
12:00 PM Luncheon Reception
01:00 PM Human vs. Machine - Could Data Science & Artificial Intelligence Disrupt the Entire Hedge Fund
Moderated by: Michael P. Regan, Bloomberg
Panelists: Geoffrey Bradway, Numerai
Adrian Keevil, PlusTick Management
Mark O. Lapolla, Sixth Man Research
John Elder, Elder Research
02:00 PM Keynote Address: The Growth of Passive Investing Worldwide
Keynote Speaker: Professor Pedro Matos, Richard A. Mayo Center for Asset Management
Content Partner: University of Virginia Darden School of Business
02:50 PM Networking Break
03:10 PM New Fund Launch & Allocator Announcement
03:30 PM Global Private Equity Investing - Navigating Portfolio Selection During the Rise in Dry Powder and Asset Prices
Moderated by: Mr. David Fann, Torrey Cove Capital Partners
Panelists: Matthew D. Kelty, LNC Partners
Kwame Lewis, ACON Investments
Sever Totia, 3TS Capital Partners
Steve Cowan, 57 Stars
04:30 PM Institutional Investors Panel: Perspectives and Outlooks from Institutional Investors' Vantage Point
Moderated by: Edward H. Klees, Hirschler Fleischer
Panelists: Mehmet I. Budak, Bessley Capital, LLC
Roland Vetter, Spider Management
Jesse T. Ellington, Union Bankshares Corp.
Carolyn Keating, Cambridge Associates
05:30 PM Networking Cocktail Reception
You will be eligible to earn CE/CPE credits at this event. Please see registration page or contact email@example.com for details.
Charlottesville Airport (CHO) - 7.0 mi
Richmond International Airport (RIC) - 76.0 mi
Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) - 85.0 mi
The estate of Farmington was patented in 1735, and was first built upon at some period prior to 1780. At the time of the American Revolution, the Commonwealth of Virginia confiscated the property from owner Francis Jerdone, who was a Tory, because of his political principles. Mr. Jerdone was able to regain the estate and then sold it to George Divers in 1785. Legend has it that Mr. Divers, who was in Philadelphia at the time of the sale, rode two horses to death in his dash south to claim the estate.
It was under Mr. Diver’s ownership that in 1803, Thomas Jefferson drew plans for an addition to the house, an octagonal addition with two rooms. A subsequent owner, General Bernard Peyton, divided the Jefferson Room into two stories and four rooms.
In the spring of 1927, an idea was conceived by local businessmen to develop a country club and residential community of a quality that would do justice to the historic atmosphere of Albemarle County ... Read More