Marcum LLP Announces 2017 Marcum Alternative Investment Manager Forum November 1
New York City, NY – The 2017 Marcum Alternative Investment Manager Forum will take place November 1 at the Convene Conference Center in New York City. The event is presented by the Alternative Investment Group of Marcum LLP, a national accounting and advisory services firm ranked as a Top 5 hedge fund service provider by Institutional Investor’s Alpha Awards.
The Marcum Alternative Investment Manager Forum is designed to educate fund managers on the verge of SEC registration about how to institutionalize their businesses and attract investors. The agenda will include expert panels moderated by industry professionals, with a focus on educating managers about formalizing their processes, properly structuring their operations, and fostering growth and business continuity. Managers will also have the opportunity to network. Security expert Paul Michael Viollis will be the keynote speaker.
“This is our second annual conference for emerging managers, and registration is already outpacing last year’s, which was completely sold out,” said Marcum Partner Dennis J. Schall, the conference chair.
“We conceived the Marcum Alternative Investment Manager Forum as a platform to help funds approaching the threshold for SEC registration prepare for the more rigorous regulatory environment. Panels will cover the importance of having the right technology platform, how to use service providers effectively, making investors comfortable with your business, and how to market your business. Our keynote presenter, Paul Viollis, will discuss security topics that speak to protecting shareholder value. It will be a jam-packed agenda designed specifically for emerging fund managers.”
Marcum’s Alternative Investment Group specializes in audit, tax, and consulting services for both emerging and established fund managers, and has expertise in domestic and offshore hedge funds, private equity funds, and funds of funds. In addition to traditional long/short equity funds, the group has in-depth knowledge of complex entities with hard-to-value investments, such as PIPE funds, life settlement funds, ABL funds and credit strategies.