Webinar: Accessing alternatives through the secondary market
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Date: May 2, 2019
Time: 10:30-11:00 a.m. EST
Accessing alternatives through the secondary market
As pension funds look to alternative asset classes to find returns, what are different routes they can use to access these investments? In this webinar, expert speakers will provide an overview of different ways to access alternative asset classes, with a specific focus on secondaries. They’ll discuss the evolution of the secondary market, the various asset types available, the players and pricing dynamics. This is a not-to-miss webinar for plan sponsors interested in learning more about secondaries.
Jason Campbell joined Eckler’s investment consulting practice in 2006. As a principal within its investment consulting practice, Campbell provides investment strategy advice to a wide range of clients including defined benefit and defined contribution pension plans, endowment/foundations and non-profit organizations. In addition to consulting responsibilities, Campbell is a member of the Investment Research Committee, which oversees investment manager and strategy research. Campbell’s specific area of expertise is alternative investments including infrastructure, real estate, private equity/debt strategies and hedge funds.Campbell is an active volunteer within the pension and investment community. He has authored a number of articles and presented on pension investment strategy at numerous conferences. Campbell is currently a volunteer on the CNIB’s National Investment and Pension Committee and is a past committee member on the Toronto CFA Society’s External Relations and Advocacy Committee, the CAIA Canada Education and Events Committee and has participated in the semi-annual exam grading of the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst Association. Campbell graduated from the University of Western Ontario in 1999 with an economics degree. He also holds the chartered financial analyst and chartered alternative investment analyst designations.
Paul Lanna is a partner responsible for origination and execution based in Coller Capital’s New York office. Prior to joining Coller Capital in 2010, Lanna was a vice-president in the investment banking group at EarlyBirdCapital in New York. Previously, he worked as an associate in the TMT investment banking group at Bear Stearns in New York. Lanna has a bachelor of science in chemical engineering from Lafayette College, and a master of business administration from the Leonard N. Stern School of Business at New York University.