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Symposium: Investing In First Time Funds For Family Offices

About the Event

Rosemary Sagar, CIO of the Sagar Family Office leads an expert panel on the ins and outs of investing in funds for family offices. Other panelists include:

  • David Meis, Chief Investment Officer and a Founding Partner of Diamond Creek Partners, an alternative credit asset manager with a fund focused on Merchant Cash Advance and similar products 
  • Adil Abdulali, Chief Investment Officer, Securitize Capital, a firm that combines traditional expertise with innovative investing, among their many offerings, they will talk about their new cryptocurrency multi-strategy fund
  • Philip Benjamin, Managing Partner, Colzen Capital, a fund using equity financing, a niche strategy so far only employed pre-IPO in tech, to provide liquidity for founders of mid- to late-stage companies and an opportunity for investors with limited downside risk. 

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