Cerberus, Visium, Magnetar pros join Absolute Return Spring Symposium lineup

By Lawrence Delevingne

Tue Feb 19, 2013

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More additions to March 21 event already featuring Boaz Weinstein, Andy Redleaf, Steve Kuhn and many others.

  Boaz Weinstein of Saba Capital Management will appear for a keynote interview. (Photo: Bloomberg)
The Absolute Return Spring Symposium lineup is filling up fast.

Recent additions to the March 21 conference in New York City include Cerberus Capital's head of CMBS Scott Stelzer on a panel about credit investing; Visium Asset Management's top lawyer David Keilly in a discussion about the rising of challenges of transatlantic regulation; and Magnetar Capital chief operating officer Michael Carter on a roundtable about successfully managing a hedge fund.

Already confirmed to speak are Boaz Weinstein, founder of Saba Capital Management; Andy Redleaf, founder of multistrategy firm Whitebox Advisors; Steve Kuhn, head of fixed income trading at Pine River Capital Management; Jeffrey Kaplan, chief operating officer of Appaloosa Management; and Simon Lorne, vice chairman of Millennium Management.

Also just announced is a discussion of commodity markets featuring Jean-Marc Bonnefous, founding partner of Tellurian Capital; Paul Crone, founder of Citrine Capital Management; and Mark Rzepczynski, chief executive of FourWinds Capital Management. Jeffrey Meyers, founder of Cobia Capital Management, will also present an investment opportunity along with others during the Best Ideas session.

See the most recent list of speakers here.

The Absolute Return Spring Symposium will be held Thursday March 21 at 10 on the Park in the Time Warner Center on Columbus Circle. 

To register online, click here

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