5:00 - 8:00 PM EST
750 Third Avenue
Has ‘institutionalization’ been flagged in investor conversations? Join start-ups, emerging managers, and investors at a panel discussion on how to leverage institutional credibility to attract fresh capital.
As the next installment in the Outlier series, industry practitioners will focus on the ways small- and medium-sized fund managers are institutionalizing their business to compete for allocations against larger, more established managers. Core topics will run the gamut of mission critical services that bolster operational credibility—from tax and advisory and compliance services through to technology infrastructure.
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