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The 2018 time Summit

April 24-25, 2018

Hyatt Regency Greenwich

Old Greenwich, Connecticut

Thank you for attending the 2017 time Summit!

Save the date for The 2018 time Summit, taking place April 24-25, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Greenwich.

The time Summit is an intimate, executive level program providing two days of in-depth tactical management education and high-impact one-on-one meetings to leaders in the tactical investment community.

Our curated program ensures a quality experience and is designed to maximize opportunities to network and conduct business with the most sought after institutional investors and asset managers in the industry.

Invitation Only

100 attendees from the space’s leading institutions

Content Focused

A strong legacy and commitment to examining challenges facing practitioners

time Connect

Meet with CEO’s and CIO’s shaping the industry

2017 Featured Speakers

Andrew W. Lo, Chairman and Chief Investment Strategist, AlphaSimplex
Andrew Lo AlphaSimplex

 

 

 

 

 

As Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Investment Strategist of AlphaSimplex, Dr. Lo directs the research agenda and, together with Chief Investment Officer Dr. David Modest, heads the research team. Dr. Lo also chairs the Investment Committee, which is responsible for vetting, approving, and documenting all investment strategies as well as assessing performance results and proposing and implementing design changes. He is also a permanent member of the Risk Committee and serves as a co-portfolio manager of certain mutual funds advised by AlphaSimplex. Dr. Lo has over 25 years of industry experience. 

Bob Litterman, Risk Committee, Kepos Capital
Robert-Litterman2Prior to joining Kepos Capital in 2010, Bob enjoyed a 23-year career at Goldman, Sachs & Co., where he served in research, risk management, investments, and thought leadership roles. He oversaw the Quantitative Investment Strategies Group in the Asset Management division. While at Goldman, Bob also spent six years as one of three external advisors to Singapore’s Government Investment Corporation (GIC.) Bob was named a partner of Goldman Sachs in 1994 and became head of the firm-wide risk function; prior to that role, he was co-head of the Fixed Income Research and Model Development Group with Fischer Black. During his tenure at Goldman, Bob researched and published a number of groundbreaking papers in asset allocation and risk management.
Elizabeth M. Hewitt, Chief Investment Officer & Senior Vice President , Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Elizabeth Hewitt joined the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation in 2015 as Chief Investment Officer and Senior Vice President. As Chief Investment Officer, Hewitt is responsible for managing the Foundation’s endowment, including asset allocation strategy, fund manager selection, risk analysis, portfolio performance evaluation, and liquidity management. Prior to joining the Foundation, Hewitt was Managing Director of Public Investments at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation where she selected and monitored investments with managers, helped set asset allocation policy, and contributed to overall portfolio management. Earlier in her career, Hewitt was a Senior Vice President for Lazard Asset Management (2001-2006), a Hedge Fund Analyst for The Torrey Funds (1999-2001), and a Wealth Management Associate for the U.S. Trust Corporation (1998-1999). She holds a BA and an MA from the University of St. Andrews, Scotland. She is also a member of the Board of Directors for The Madeira School, McLean VA where she chairs the Investment Committee.
Ian McIntosh, CEO & Chief Investment Officer, Edesia Asset Management
Ian McIntosh is the chief investment officer of Edesia Asset Management. Ian has thirty-two years of commodity trading experience, including thirty years at Louis Dreyfus Commodities. He has been responsible for the global trading activities of Louis Dreyfus Commodities in grains, coffee, sugar, cocoa, rice and ethanol. Ian has worked and has had management responsibilities in London, Paris, Melbourne and Geneva. Previous to his current role, Ian was the CEO of the European/Black Sea region and was also the coordinator of the Macro trading group, in charge of the allocation of risk capital across the Louis Dreyfus Commodities portfolio. Prior to joining Louis Dreyfus Group, Ian worked as a trainee trader at Bunge UK. Ian holds a BS degree (Hons) in biological sciences (specialized in agricultural science) from Leeds University (UK).
Jake Stone, Portfolio Manager - Long-biased Strategies, Edesia Asset Management
Jake Stone is the lead manager of the Edesia Dynamic Agriculture Fund and other long-biased strategies.  Jake as 10 years of commodity trading experience in the LD Group.  He has been responsible for the development of regional trading and research operations and has worked in Memphis, Sao Paulo, New Delhi, Brisbane and Beijing offices with LDC.  Previous to his current role, Jake was Trading Manager for proprietary trading desks of Cotton and FX in Asia.  Jake graduated from Harvard with a degree in Economics.
Karsten Schroeder, Executive Chairman, Amplitude Capital
Karsten Schroeder is the Executive Chairman of Amplitude Capital and the portfolio manager for all of Amplitude’s programs and strategies. He oversees all the key decisions related to product development, trading ideas and strategy for Amplitude’s range of funds. Together with his partners he founded Amplitude Capital in September 2004. Prior to that he was with McKinsey in Germany. Karsten received his Business Diploma from the HHL in Germany. Growing up in former Eastern Germany, he also lived in the US and Australia. Karsten started trading Futures and Options at a young age and eventually turned his passion into his profession. He regularly speaks at conferences and appears as a frequent guest on business channels, such as Bloomberg, and CNBC. He is a keen skier and holds a pilot license.
Mark Anson, Chief Investment Officer, Commonfund
Mark Anson joined Commonfund in January 2016 as Chief Investment Officer. He is responsible for overall client asset allocation, portfolio management, manager research and due diligence across equities, fixed income and hedge funds. Mark is a member of the Commonfund Capital, Inc. Investment Committee. Prior to joining Commonfund, he was Chief Investment Officer for the Bass Family Office. Previously, he was President of Nuveen Investments, a full service asset management firm. Prior to Nuveen, Mark served as Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer for Hermes Pension Management and for the British Telecom Pension Scheme. Prior to Hermes Pension Management and the British Telecom Pension Scheme, Mark was the Chief Investment Officer for CalPERS. Mark currently serves on the Executive Advisory Board of MSCI-Barra, The Investment Advisory Council of the UAW Pension Fund, The Law Board of Northwestern University School of Law, and the Board of Directors for the Chartered Alternative Investment Association. Mark earned a B.A. in Economics and Chemistry from St. Olaf College, a J.D. from Northwestern University School of Law, and a Ph.D. and Masters in Finance from Columbia University Graduate School of Business. Mark earned the Chartered Financial Analyst, Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst, Certified Public Accountant, and Chartered Global Management Accountant professional degrees, and is a Member of the Bar of the State of New York and the State of Illinois.
Martin Lueck, Co-Founder and Research Director, Aspect Capital Limited
Mr. Lueck co-founded Aspect in September 1997. As Research Director, Mr. Lueck oversees the Research team responsible for generating and analysing fundamental research hypotheses for development of all Aspect’s investment programmes. Mr Lueck chairs Aspect’s Investment Management Committee and is a member of Aspect’s Risk Management Committee. Prior to founding Aspect, Mr. Lueck was with Adam, Harding and Lueck Limited (AHL), which he co-founded in February 1987 with Michael Adam and David Harding. Man Group plc (a leading global provider of alternative investment products and solutions) completed the purchase of AHL in 1994 and Mr. Lueck left in 1996. At AHL, Mr. Lueck was instrumental in developing AHL’s trading systems and approach to research as well as the proprietary software language that provided the platform for all of AHL’s product engineering and implementation. From May 1996 through August 1997, Mr. Lueck was on gardening leave from AHL during which time he helped establish his wife’s publishing business Barefoot Books. Mr. Lueck was a Director of Research at Brockham Securities Limited, a London based commodity trading advisor, from October 1984 to February 1987 and an executive in the Japanese Equity Sales department of Nomura International, a provider of financial services for individual, institutional, corporate, and government clients, from January to October 1984. Mr. Lueck serves on the Board of the National Futures Association. He holds an M.A. in Physics from Oxford University and currently serves as Chair of the Oxford Physics Development Board.
Michael Coleman, Managing Director, RCMA Asset Management
After graduating from Exeter College, Oxford with a BA in Natural Science (Geology), Michael started his career with Cargill in 1982. Over a career at Cargill spanning 19 years, Michael worked in variety of commodity trading and management positions culminating as Managing Director of Cargill’s Asia Pacific Energy Division and Head of Cargill’s Global Natural Rubber trading business. In 2001 Michael left Cargill to form U Derivatives, a proprietary trader of natural rubber in conjunction with Marubeni Corporation. In 2004, Michael founded commodity focused hedge fund manager, RCMA Asset Management (formerly Aisling Analytics) and together with his partner Doug King have managed the firm’s flagship fund, The Merchant Commodity Fund since June 2004. In 2010, Michael and Doug became the major shareholders and directors of the RCMA Group, a global multi-commodity physical trading and supply chain management business, headquartered in Singapore and operating in over nineteen countries. Michael has been based in Singapore since 1984. He is active in, and a former Chairman of, the Singapore Chapter of the Alternative Investment Management Association. Michael is also currently Chairman of SGX’s Rubber Committee and Deputy Chairman of The Singapore International Chamber of Commerce Rubber Association. A UK citizen, Michael was born in St Helens Lancashire and is a director of St Helens Rugby League Football Club.
Tony Kaiser, Founder, CEO and CIO, Kaiser Trading Group
Anthony C. Kaiser is the Founder, Chief Executive and Investment Officer of Kaiser Trading Group.  Mr. Kaiser has been trading financial markets for over 27 years. Mr. Kaiser founded Kaiser Trading Group in 1998 driven by his passion and belief in systematic trading strategies, which now has a 19 year track record, one of the longest in the short term systematic space.  Under Mr. Kaiser’s direction, Kaiser Trading Group has become renowned for its advanced computer modelling and development of sophisticated proprietary software. Mr. Kaiser’s trading philosophy is captured in a diversified suite of models that identifies specific market regimes and adapts to trade these conditions profitably.  Prior to founding Kaiser Trading Group, Mr. Kaiser established the FX Options desk at National Australia Bank (1988-1998) where he commenced systematic proprietary trading. Mr. Kaiser holds a Bachelor of Business from Swinburne University.
Steve Wisdom, Senior Director and Portfolio Manager, Crabel Capital Management
Steve Wisdom, Senior Director and Portfolio Manager at Crabel Capital Management LLC, Los Angeles CA and Southport CT, manages the WPD Crabel WPD portfolio, winner of HFM US Hedge Fund Performance Awards in 2014 and 2015, and co-manages, with Crabel Capital CEO Michael Pomada, the Crabel Gemini portfolio. Mr. Wisdom joined the Crabel Capital Executive Committee in June 2010. Mr. Wisdom graduated from Harvard College with a BA in Philosophy in 1983 with a focus on symbolic logic and theory of computation.  Prior to joining Crabel Capital in January 2008, Mr. Wisdom was COO of Manchester Trading (Niederhoffer) Norwalk CT and NYC NY, with broad responsibility for trading, research, technology and infrastructure, 2003 to 2007, 1990 to 1997 and 1983 to 1987. Prior to rejoining Manchester Trading in 2003, Mr. Wisdom developed systematic and automated US equity trading strategies and tools at Deephaven Fund, White Plains NY and Minnetonka MN, 2000 to 2002, traded futures, forex and energy markets for proprietary accounts of Société Générale, New York NY, 1998 to 1999, and developed and implemented research and trading strategies at Trout Trading, New Canaan CT, 1988 to 1989.
George Coplit, Partner and Portfolio Manager, LGT Capital Partners
George Coplit is a partner, portfolio manager and co-head of the Trading Competence Center at LGT CP (USA) Inc. Prior to joining the firm in 2007, Mr. Coplit worked at Ivy Asset Management, where he was strategy head for Tactical Trading, managing the team researching CTA and global macro managers. Before that, he was a principal at Stonebrook Capital Management, a registered CTA, where he was responsible for maintaining and developing systematic models for trading futures and foreign exchange contracts. During this time, Mr. Coplit was also responsible for manager selection and portfolio management at Battery Park Advisors, a commodity pool operator associated with Stonebrook. Earlier in his career, he was a senior analyst at Kenmar Advisory Corp. Mr. Coplit holds a BA from Tufts University.

 

 

 

 

Tony Gannon, CEO and CIO, Abbey Capital Limited
Tony Gannon is Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer of Abbey Capital Limited, the Dublin-based alternative investment specialist. Tony founded Abbey Capital in 2000 with a vision to create an alternative investment business providing multi-manager funds specializing in the managed futures and foreign exchange sectors of the hedge fund industry. Over its sixteen-year history, Tony has overseen Abbey Capital’s growth from a start-up to a global company which is currently one of the largest independent allocators in the Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) industry*. Prior to founding Abbey Capital, Tony was a co-founder of Allied Irish Capital Management (AICM), a CTA, in conjunction with Allied Irish Banks. He helped to grow the company to become one of the largest European CTAs, with funds under management growing from an initial $50 million to in excess of $1.4 billion. Tony has more than 25 years’ investment experience in the managed futures industry. He is recognized and acknowledged as a leader in the industry globally and is a regular guest speaker at alternative investment industry conferences. Tony graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce degree and a Masters in Business Studies with Finance from University College Dublin, Ireland.

 

 

 

 

*As at 28th February 2017

Bill Perkins, Chief Investment Officer, Skylar Capital

William O. Perkins III is the CEO of BrisaMax Holdings, a consulting services firm based in the US Virgin Islands. BrisaMax Holdings provides a wide variety of strategic, analytical and financial services, primarily operating in the verticals of energy and technology.  Mr. Perkins began his career on the floor of the New York Mercantile Exchange in 1991 and more than a decade of experience in trading energy derivatives would soon follow. He was employed as a trader and risk manager for several firms including Centaurus Energy, AIG Energy Trading, El Paso Energy, Zahr Securities and Statoil. Prior to relocating to the Virgin Islands, Mr. Perkins founded Skylar Capital Management in Houston, TX.  He continues to serve as managing partner and Chief Investment Officer of Skylar Capital.  Additionally, Mr. Perkins has been an investor in a diverse set of ventures in energy, media, information technology and other fields.  William O. Perkins, III was born in Jersey City, NJ. He received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Iowa where he also played for the Hawkeyes football team.

Letitia Johnson, Managing Director, Endowments & Foundations Practice, Cambridge Associates

Letitia Johnson leads an investment team in Cambridge Associates’ Endowment & Foundation practice that provides non-discretionary, outsourced investment office services to a range of non-profit clients. Her team is responsible for strategic and tactical asset allocation, active fund selection, direct investments in hedge funds, private equity, venture capital, real estate and other private partnerships, and risk and liquidity management. In addition, she works closely with Investment Committees and staff to set customized policies across a wide range of topics, including investment policy, governance, spending policy, and benchmarking. Her clients range in size from $120 million to $3.5 billion, and include hospitals, foundations, independent schools, universities, and cultural institutions. Prior to joining Cambridge Associates in 2006, Letitia got her MBA at the Yale School of Management, and a BA in Mathematics at Brown University.

 

Michael Sheehan, Senior Portfolio Manager, Orion Commodities Management

Michael Sheehan joined Orion Commodities Management LP (“OCM”) as Senior Portfolio Manager in August 2015. Mr. Sheehan has 25 years of experience in trading precious metals.  His career began in 1990 at Mocatta Metals (now Scotia Mocatta), a global leader in the precious metals industry, where he gained knowledge in spot and futures trading, option portfolio management, and sourcing and hedging of physical precious metals. Mr. Sheehan subsequently joined BankBoston in 1997, remaining with the bank, and its successor, Sovereign Bank. In 2006, he joined Red Kite Capital Management, where he was the Precious Metals Portfolio Manager for nine years. In 2015, he joined Orion to manage the precious metals portion of the Orion Commodities Fund strategy.

Galen Burghardt, Director of Research, Bridge Alternatives

Galen Burghardt is Director of Research for Bridge Alternatives.  He is the lead author of The Treasury Bond Basis and The Eurodollar Futures and Options Handbook, which are standard texts for users of financial futures.  His latest book, written with Brian Walls, is Managed Futures for Institutional Investors: Analysis and Portfolio Construction.  His work experience includes:  adjunct professor of finance in the University of Chicago’s Graduate School of Business (now the Booth School); director of research for Coex Partners and the futures divisions of Newedge, Calyon Financial, Dean Witter, and Discount Corporation of New York; head of financial research for the Chicago Mercantile Exchange; and economist in the Capital Markets Section of the Federal Reserve Board, where he gained access to the working world of finance and futures.  His PhD in economics is from the University of Washington in Seattle.

Attendees

Investor Firms

50 South Capital
Abbey Capital
Abbington Investment Group
Aberdeen Asset Management
AC Investment Management LLC
Albourne Partners
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Altegris Advisors
BBR Partners, LLC
BlackRock
Cambridge Associates
Cliffwater LLC
Commonfund
Efficient Capital Management
Engelhart CTP (US) LLC
Fairfax County Police Officers Retirement System
FRM Investments
Gantcher Family Partners
GCM Grosvenor
General Motors Asset Management
GM Asset Management
Grosvenor Capital Management, LP
Hadrian Partners
Illinois Teachers Retirement System
Investcorp
K2 Advisors
LGT Capital Partners
Lighthouse Partners, LLC
Morgan Stanley Investment Management
New Holland Capital
North Carolina Department of State Treasurer
NYC Employees Retirement System
PivotalPath
Russell Investments
Steben & Company, Inc.
T2AM
The Wolf Group
Tigmera Family Office
Titan Advisors, LLC
UBS
United Parcel Service Group Trust
XL Group Investments LLC

Managers

Hasan Abdat ADG Capital
David Modest AlphaSimplex Group
Brent Mathus AlphaSimplex Group
Zbys Hermaszewski Altis Partners
Karsten Schroeder Amplitude Capital International Limited
Tom Morrow Aquantum
Anoosh Lachin Aspect Capital Limited
Martin Lueck Aspect Capital Limited
Jonathan Goldberg BBL Commodities LP
Chris Howland Blue Sky Alternative Investments
Simon Kitson Blue Sky Alternative Investments
Ray Carroll Breton Hill Capital
Ken Armstead Breton Hill Capital
Steve Wisdom Crabel Capital Management
Jake Stone Edesia Asset Management
Ian McIntosh Edesia Asset Management
Peter Yianilos Edgestream
Adrian Eterovic Episteme Capital Partners (UK), LLP
Sanjiv Kumar Fort Investment Management
Martin Layton Fulcrum Asset Management
Tim Lee Glendorn Capital Management
Mathew Kaleel Henderson Global Investors
Robin van Boxsel Independent View
Alexander Greyserman ISAM
Tony Kaiser Kaiser Trading Group Pty Limited
Mark Carhart Kepos Capital
Pravin Chandrasekaran OpalCrest
John Fallon Orion Commodities Management
Matthew Heap Orion Commodities Management
Michael Sheehan Orion Commodities Management
Joe Zhou Ortus Capital Management Limited
Peter Nolan QMS Capital Management
Roy Niederhoffer R.G. Niederhoffer Capital Management, Inc
Neil Ramsey Ramsey Quantitative Systems Inc. (RQSI)
Michael Coleman RCMA Asset Management
Rob Olson Revolution Capital Management
Michael Mundt Revolution Capital Management
Jagdeesh Prakasam Rotella Capital Management
Ryan O’Grady ROW Asset Management
Steve Evans Tudor Investment Corporation
Scott Ford Westrock Asset Management

Schedule

Monday, April 17th

6:00PM – 10:00PM

Welcoming Reception

Join us for a casual dinner and drinks the evening prior to the Summit.

6:00PM – 10:00PM

Tuesday, April 18th

8:00AM – 10:00AM

Breakfast

8:00AM – 10:00AM

9:00AM – 11:00AM

Governance: The Challenges that Face Institutional Investors’ Investment Boards

Private session for End Investors/Asset Owners

  • Bob Litterman, Risk Committee, Kepos Capital
  • Elizabeth Hewitt, CIO, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
  • Mark Anson, CIO, Commonfund
  • Letitia Johnson, Managing Director, Cambridge Associates

Last year featured a keynote from Nobel Laureate Daniel Kahneman that focused on how biases affect investments, with commenting perspectives from attending allocators and researchers.  A key insight from Kahneman (one he stressed several times) was that knowledge of a bias didn’t reduce its effect.  The only effective tool is predefined procedures.  In the world of investments, we want to hear what governance policies (i.e. procedures) have proved effective at mitigating biases and sub-optimal investment decisions.

9:00AM – 11:00AM

9:00AM – 12:45PM

time Connect one-on-one meetings

9:00AM – 12:45PM

11:00AM – 12:45PM

Luncheon

11:00AM – 12:45PM

Two Part Educational Session: The Evolving Marketplace for Alternative Investments

Our industry is changing.  Fee pressure and shifting investor preferences are reshaping product offerings at an accelerating rate.  Are the sources of these disruptions new, or have we seen this before?  With a focus on price (fees) and its determinants, product supply (from managers) and product demand (from investors), we’ll examine the marketplace for alternative investments from a top-down perspective.

 

12:45PM – 1:30PM

The Evolving Marketplace for Alternative Investments (Supply Side)

  • Andrew W. Lo, Chairman and Chief Investment Strategist, AlphaSimplex

On the supply of alternative investments, Andrew Lo will pull from his What is an Index? and Hedge Funds: A Dynamic Industry in Transition papers, which remind us that our benchmarks get smarter, continually transforming alpha into beta.

What is an index? recently received the title of “Best Article” from the 18th Annual Bernstein Fabozzi/Jacobs Levy Awards, presented by The Journal of Portfolio Management.

12:45PM – 1:30PM

1:30PM -2:15PM

The Evolving Marketplace for Alternative Investments (Demand Side)

  • Bob Litterman, Risk Committee, Kepos Capital

Bob Litterman will review his 2004 paper, The Active Risk Puzzle.  This prescient piece argues for what should drive investor behavior (and the demand for alternatives) in the long run: alpha per unit of capital.

1:30PM – 2:15PM

2:25PM – 3:45PM

The Evolving Marketplace for Alternative Investments (Panel)

  • Galen Burghardt, Director of Research, Bridge Alternatives
  • Bob Litterman, Risk Committee, Kepos Capital
  • Andrew W. Lo, Chairman and Chief Investment Strategist, AlphaSimplex
  • Martin Lueck, Co-Founder and Research Director, Aspect Capital Limited
  • Tony Gannon, CEO and CIO, Abbey Capital Limited

Following the presentations, we will host a panel of industry leaders (managers and investors) to share their thoughts and insights on the topics above with a focus on where the industry is headed.

2:25PM – 3:45PM

4:00PM – 6:15PM

time Connect one-on-one meetings

4:00PM – 6:15PM

6:30PM – 9:30PM

The time Summit Reception and Dinner

6:30PM – 9:30PM

Wednesday, April 19th

7:00AM – 9:00AM

Breakfast

7:00AM – 9:00AM

7:45AM – 8:45AM

time Connect one-on-one meetings

7:45AM – 8:45AM

9:00AM – 11:00AM

Accessing Commodities: The Spectrum of Opportunities

  • Ian McIntosh, CEO & CIO, Edesia Asset Management
  • Jake Stone, Portfolio Manager – Long-biased Strategies, Edesia Asset Management
  • Mike Coleman, Co-Founder, RCMA Asset Management
  • Bill Perkins, Chief Investment Officer, Skylar Capital
  • Michael Sheehan, Senior Portfolio Manager, Orion Commodities Management

Commodities as an asset class can be accessed in a multitude of ways offering a variety of results.  The objective of this session is to highlight and educate the audience on ways in which an institutional investor can access the commodity space with a focus on current market opportunities and themes.

9:00AM – 11:00AM

11:00AM – 2:00PM

time Connect one-on-one meetings

11:00AM – 2:00PM

2:00PM – 4:00PM

Uncorrelated Alpha: Defining Edge in the Short-Term Trading Space

  • George Coplit, Partner and Portfolio Manager, LGT Capital Partners
  • Karsten Schroeder, Executive Chairman, Amplitude Capital
  • Steve Wisdom, Portfolio Manager, Crabel Capital Management
  • Tony Kaiser, Founder, CEO and CIO, Kaiser Trading Group

Short-term trading strategies continue to deliver uncorrelated returns but individual performance has been mixed and aggregate performance has been muted. In this rapidly changing, competitive, and investment intensive segment of the alternatives space, how do we define edge? Is signal generation as important as execution technology? Are higher frequency strategies and proprietary trading firms consuming most of the alpha? What unique due diligence challenges do investors face in short-term strategies?

2:00PM – 4:00PM

4:00PM – 5:30PM

time Connect one-on-one meetings

4:00PM – 5:30PM

5:30PM – 10:00PM

Closing Reception and Dinner

5:30PM – 10:00PM

Registration

Registration for the 2018 time Summit will open in the fall.

The time Summit is committed to maintaining a casual, academic environment for qualified investment professionals. Please complete the Registration Request form if you are interested in attending and we will be happy to get in touch with you.

Registration Request

Zoe McHugh, Investment Strategist, First State Super

“I only travel once a year and the caliber of managers, several of which I had not previously met, made this program extremely worthwhile to attend. The time Summit allowed me to participate in a large number of 1-on-1 meetings in a small amount of time with many of my peers.”

Christophe L’Ahelec, Portfolio Manager – Alternative Investments, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan

“I found the in-depth research presentations to be insightful and allowed me, as an investor, the opportunity to share thoughts and exchange ideas on various topics with my peers. It was a great opportunity to meet with managers for the first time or as a follow up. ”

Joshua Shapiro, Head of Investment Strategy and Risk, UNC Management Company

“The time Summit provides the necessary relationships to accelerate investment strategies through professional and personal networking opportunities. The in-depth sessions were especially helpful to further my understanding of the tactical space.”

Morris Li, Portfolio Manager, The Canadian Medical Protective Association

“The research content was by far the best thing I have seen at any conference and being among investment oriented personnel only was refreshing.”

Thiago de Freitas, Investments Analyst, UPS Group Trust

“The time Summit was an excellent forum to expand my knowledge of the tactical investment strategies space. The speakers shared great insights and I was left with several actionable ideas”

Sponsorship Opportunities

The time Summit has opportunities for customized sponsorship and industry collaboration. Please fill out your information and one of our team members will be in touch with you.

You may also contact:

Kim Simpao

ksimpao@timesummit.org

773-315-7779

Sponsorship Inquiry

Venue

Hyatt Regency Greenwich

1800 E Putnam Avenue

Old Greenwich, CT 06870

1-888-421-1442