Alternative Investment Forum

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Rupert Art and Education Center, Vaidilutės str. 79
2017-05-19 08:00 - 2017-05-20 16:30

Alternative Investment Forum, Lithuania’s first ever event dedicated to alternative investments, is taking place in 19th - 20th of May.


More than 50 internationally well know speakers who rarely appear in public will share their investment philosophies, work ethics and much more.

Lionel Laurant, Executive Vice-President of Pimco, has experience in all aspects of the investment process, including origination, structuring and execution, as well as implementation of post-closing turnaround, integration and growth strategies which he will share with everyone.

Jonathan Teo, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Binary Capital, was one of the first investors in Tinder at 12,000 active users, Snapchat at 120,000, and Instagram at 220,000 users, will talk about his investments and how he spots them.

Nataša Williams, one of the “Top 40 under 40” by the Private Asset Manager, will share her expertise in wealth management as she is a partner of LGT Vestra Private Office.

An invite only, two-day event will be held in Vilnius at two different locations.

The first day of the event will invite everyone to the private surroundings of  Rupert Art And Education Center and will be dedicated to discussions about current industry trends in the alternative investments. The participants can get first-hand access to global investment trends from brightest and most influential alternative investment fund managers, financial leaders, tech innovators and professional investors.

The second day of the conference will bring non-traditional alternative asset class experts with a twist to rewind and relax in IDW Esperanza Private members club while learning about Family succession and collecting modern art, wine and whiskeys.

The format of the conference is heavily oriented on a direct dialog between like-minded investors. Over the course of two-days there will be plenty of networking opportunities in both - formal and informal environments.


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