Wednesday, October 27, 2021 | 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
The chief endowment officers at foundations, family offices, pension funds and sovereign wealth funds are the leaders in the world of finance. They marshal trillions of dollars on behalf of their institutions and influence how capital flows throughout the world. But these elite investors live outside of the public eye. Across the entire investment industry, few participants understand how these holders of the keys to the kingdom allocate their time and their capital. What’s more, there is no formal training for how to do their work. So, how do these influential leaders practice their craft? How do they make investment decisions on everything from hiring managers to portfolio construction?
Join us for an afternoon webinar with author Ted Seides as he discusses his new book, Capital Allocators, with Jonathan Brolin, founder and managing partner of Edenbrook Capital LLC, on this opaque corner of the investment landscape.
About the Speakers
Ted Seides created Capital Allocators LLC to explore best practices in the asset management industry. He launched the Capital Allocators podcast in 2017, and the show reached six million downloads in June 2021. Brunswick Group named it the top institutional investing podcast, and Barron’s, Business Insider, Forbes and ValueWalk each named it among the top investing podcasts. Alongside the podcast, Seides advises both managers and allocators, compounding his knowledge and relationships to help them make more money. His second book, Capital Allocators: How the World’s Elite Money Managers Lead and Invest, distills key lessons from the first 150 episodes of the podcast.
Jonathan Brolin is the founder and managing partner of Edenbrook Capital LLC, which he founded in 2011. Edenbrook takes a private equity approach to public markets, principally through concentrated, long-term investments in small- and mid-cap companies. Brolin has 25 years of experience in public and private equity investing and investment banking. In addition, he serves as a fellow at the Gabelli Center for Global Security Analysis and taught Advanced Topics in Value Investing for seven years as an adjunct professor of finance at the Gabelli School of Business.
This program is FREE, but advance registration is required. Registered guests will receive the Zoom link prior to the program.
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