Wharton Hedge Fund Network: York Capital, Jamie Dinan
WHFN Organizing Committee
What is the Wharton Hedge Fund Network?
The Wharton Hedge Fund Network (WHFN) was founded in 2005 as an Affinity Group of the Wharton Club of New York (WCNY). The group aims to bring together Wharton alumni active in the greater hedge fund community, which includes professionals working at hedge funds, hedge fund allocators, prime brokers, lawyers, accountants, and other service providers active in the hedge fund space.
Events are by invitation only and limited to Wharton undergraduates and/or Wharton MBA's who are employed in the hedge fund space.
For more information on WHFN and past events, please visit the Wharton Hedge Fund Network page.
What is the Next Event?
The 18th event features keynote speaker Jamie Dinan, CEO & Founder of York Capital, a $14B hedge fund with offices in New York, London and Singapore.
The event will be held Tuesday, February 5th, 2008 at a Midtown location. (The exact location will be communicated shortly after signing up.) We will not be able to permit walk-ins, replacements or guests.
The itinerary is:
6.00 - 6.40pm: Registration with food and drinks,
6.40 - 6.45pm: Opening remarks and welcome,
6.45 - 7.30pm: Jamie Dinan, CEO & Founder, York Capital,
7.15 - close: Networking with food and drinks.
$50 for WHFN members,
$20 for WHFN members that have a paid WCNY membership,
Note: 12-months WCNY membership is only $95 at Join/Renew Membership. .
How to Sign Up for the Event?
Please send us a short two-liner at email@example.com about your current activity in the hedge fund space, your Wharton graduation year(s) and your professional email address if you wish to be invited. We will get back to you on the status of your request within two business days.
Where to Direct Questions and/or Suggestions?
Jewel Huijnen, Bear Stearns Asset Management
Jason Breemen, UBS Securities
Charles Kornblith, Spencer Capital Management
For more information on the other Affinity Groups of the Wharton Club of New York, please visit the Affinity Groups page.