GEF Annual Conference: October 11-13, 2022


Days 1 & 2: Delamar Hotel in Greenwich, CT

Day 3: International Digital Day

 

GEF Annual Conference: October 11-13, 2022


Days 1 & 2: Delamar Hotel in Greenwich, CT

Day 3: International Digital Day

 

GEF Annual Conference: October 11-13, 2022


Days 1 & 2: Delamar Hotel in Greenwich, CT

Day 3: International Digital Day

 

GEF Annual Conference: October 11-13, 2022


Days 1 & 2: Delamar Hotel in Greenwich, CT

Day 3: International Digital Day

 

GEF Annual Conference: October 11-13, 2022


Days 1 & 2: Delamar Hotel in Greenwich, CT

Day 3: International Digital Day

 

GEF Annual Conference: October 11-13, 2022


Days 1 & 2: Delamar Hotel in Greenwich, CT

Day 3: International Digital Day

 

GEF Annual Conference: October 11-13, 2022


Days 1 & 2: Delamar Hotel in Greenwich, CT

Day 3: International Digital Day

 

GEF Annual Conference: October 11-13, 2022


Days 1 & 2: Delamar Hotel in Greenwich, CT

Day 3: International Digital Day

 

GEF Annual Conference: October 11-13, 2022


Days 1 & 2: Delamar Hotel in Greenwich, CT

Day 3: International Digital Day

ABOUT THE GREENWICH ECONOMIC FORUM

The Greenwich Economic Forum is one of the world’s most influential conferences for the global alternative investment industry.

The GEF Annual Conference features:

  • A global perspective with 80+ countries represented and strong ties to China
  • World-class “C-suite” speaker faculty and conference delegates
  • Significant participation from leading institutional investors from 70+ organizations
  • International major media coverage

 

 

GEF is also known for its peer-to-peer environment that contrasts with bigger “cast of thousands” type events which are common in the industry.

While exclusive and intimate, the quality of GEF programs ensures that it receives maximum exposure from major media including Bloomberg, CNBC, The Financial Times, The Economist and others. This coverage gives GEF speakers and corporate partners the ability to reach a truly global audience.

 

PRIOR ATTENDEES AT GEF*

24 Exchange
Accenture
Agricultural Bank of China
Alaska Permanent Fund
Albourne Partners
Allianz Asset Management
Amazon
APG (Netherlands)
Apollo
AQR Capital Management
Ares Management
AstraZeneca
Atomyze
Avenue Capital
AXIS Capital
Bain & Company
Banco Central do Brasil
Banco de España (Spain)
Bank of America
Banque Du Congo
Barclays
Berkley Re
BlackRock
Blackstone
BlockFi
Blocktower
Bloomberg
BNY Melon
Blue Bay Asset Management
Bridgewater Associates
Brown University Endowment
CAIS
Cambridge Associates
The Carlyle Group
CDPQ (Canada)
Central Bank of Brazil
Charles Schwab
Chevron
China Industrial Securities
China Investment Corp
China Life
China Merchants Bank
China Universal Asset Management
Churchill Asset Mgmt
CIBC
CIGNA
Cinda Asset Management (China)
Commonfund
Commonwealth Superannuation Corp (Australia)
Commerzbank (Germany)
Cornell University Endowment
CNBC
CPPIB (Canada)
David Lynch Foundation
DBS Group
Deloitte
D.E. Shaw
DH Fund Mgmt (China)
Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
Dyal Capital Partners
Edelman
Endeavor Family Office
Entertainment Studios
EQT
Eurex
EXOR
Fidelity Investments
Franklin Templeton
Fund Black Founders
Gap Asset (Brazil)
Gemini Trust

General Atlantic
Genesis Trading
GIC (Singapore)
Gilded
Gjensidige Forsikring (Norway)
Golub Capital
Goldman Sachs
Government of Alberta
Gramercy Fund Mgmt
Grayscale Investments
Greenmantle
Greycroft
Guardian Life
Guotai Junan Futures (China)
Hartford Investment Mgmt
Harvard University
HESTA (Australia)
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX)
Hong Kong Trade Development Council
Howard Family Office
Huatai Securities (China)
Huawei
Hunter Point Capital
Huobi Tech
HSBC
IBM
iCapital
Interactive Brokers
Jeffries
Jersey Finance
JetBlue
JP Morgan
Julius Baer (Switzerland)
JUST Capital
KKR
Liberty Mutual
Lockheed Martin Investment Mgmt
London Stock Exchange Group
Lux Capital
LASERS
Malkin Holdings
Man Group (United Kingdom)
Managed Funds Association
MassMutual Investment Mgmt
MassPRIM
MasterCard
Merrill Lynch
Mizuho
MKP Capital
Moelis & Company
Morgan Stanley
Munich Re (Germany)
Mutual of Omaha
NASDAQ
National Australia Bank
Nationwide Insurance
Neuberger Berman
Noah Asset Mgmt (China)
Northern Trust
Nuveen
NYS Common Retirement Fund
Oak HC/FT
Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan
Oppenheimer
Owl Rock Capital
Panasonic Pension Fund
PartnerRe
Pfizer
Phillips Academy
Point 72
Progressive Insurance
Prosek Partners

Prudential Financial
RA Capital
Raytheon Technologies
Revolution
Rocaton Investment Advisors
RockCreek
Rockefeller Foundation
Ropes & Gray
Rosewood Investment Corp
Russell Investments
S&P Global
Sarissa Capital Mgmt
Scotiabank (Canada)
Securitize
Sen Family Office
Shanghai Futures Exchange
Shenkman Capital Mgmt
Shenzhen Asset Mgmt Assn (China)
Shenzhen Shangyuan Capital (China)
Singapore Exchange (SGX)
Soho Properties
Sompo International
Sony Corporation
Sotheby’s International Realty
Spencer Trask
Standard Chartered
State Street Global Advisors
Stone Point Capital
Strategas
Sumitomo Mitsubishi Banking Corporation (Japan)
Sustainable Fitch
Swiss Re
Tagomi
TD Securities
Temasek International (Singapore)
Texas Tech University
Textron Pension Plan
Thoma Bravo
Thompson Reuters
ThyssenKrupp (Germany)
TIAA
TianFeng Securities (China)
Titan Advisors
Toronto Futures Options Swaps Exchange
Tradeweb
Travelers Companies
Tudor Investment Corp
UBS
United Nations Pension Fund
Universa Investments
University of Miami
Vanguard
Velvet
Verizon Ventures
Wafra
Warburg Pincus
Wellington Management
Wells Fargo
Westpac Banking Corporation (Australia)
Wilmington Trust
WiltonRe
Wind Financial
Winton Group (United Kingdom)
Wolfson Family Office
Women’s World Banking
World Bank
World Economic Forum
WR Berekley
Yale University
YieldStreet
YMCA Retirement Fund
Yuhuang Shannan Fund Town (China)

*Representative

INTERNATIONAL MEDIA COVERAGE

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