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Coming Up at Fordham: The Future of Hedge Funds


Michael Steinhardt, chairman of WIsdomTree Investments, Inc.
Photo by Scott Eells

Next week, the Fordham Wall Street Council kicks off its fifth year of hosting dynamic speakers with hedge fund owner-turned-philanthropist Michael Steinhardt.

“Then vs. Now, and What Lies Ahead for Hedge Funds”
Wednesday, Sept. 17
6 p.m.
The University Club
1 West 54th St., NYC

Steinhardt, the chairman of WisdomTree Investments, Inc., entered the field of money management more than 40 years ago. His illustrious career took off in 1967 when he formed his own hedge fund company Steinhardt Partners L.P.

In 1995, he closed his hedge fund to found the Steinhardt Foundation for Jewish Life, where he has since devoted his time and fortune to causes of the Jewish world. He is also the founding co-chairman of Birthright Israel and honorary co-chair of the American Friends of the Israel Museum.

Click here to register and to learn more about the event. Sponsored by the Gabelli Funds and Ernst & Young.

Formed in 2010, the Fordham Wall Street Council fosters collaboration among business students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends who are interested in capital markets. Council members interact with the Fordham business community in many ways, including meeting and mentoring top students, becoming involved with business faculty to enhance their academic research efforts, and helping to boost the visibility and mission of Fordham’s Schools of Business.


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