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Alternative Investments Conference 2010

Event : Alternative Investments Conference 2010

Mon, 25/01/2010  
Conducted by : LSEsu Private Equity Society and LSE Financial Markets Group
Contact : Tomas Vrba

Keynote speakers:
• David Rubenstein (Co-Founder and Managing Director, The Carlyle Group)
• James Chanos (Founder and Managing Partner, Kynikos Associates)
• Emmanuel Roman (Co-Chief Executive Officer, GLG Partners)
• Sir Deryck Maughan (Partner, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.)
• Dr. Ahmed Heikal (Chairman and Founder, Citadel Capital)
• Randall Dillard (Senior Partner and Chief Executive Officer, Liongate Capital Management)

Event Location:
London Marriot Grosvenor Square, W1K 6JP

25 – 26 January 2010

Deadline for registration:
29 November 2009
For further information and registration see

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