June 2, 2020 | New York City

Bloomberg Invest New York

Bloomberg Invest New York returns in 2020 as we bring together the most influential, dynamic and innovative figures in investing for in-depth explorations of the challenges and opportunities posed by a rapidly changing financial landscape.

Big Money. Big Ideas.

Utilizing Bloomberg’s unparalleled global data, analysis and news resources, Bloomberg Invest Summits engage the smartest people in finance, economics and markets to tackle the most complicated issues head on, helping investors make profitable decisions in 2020 and beyond.

June 2 - Tuesday

9:00 am

Morning Session I

10:30 am

Networking Break

11:00 am

Morning Session II

12:30 pm

Networking Lunch

1:45 pm

Afternoon Session I

3:15 pm

Networking Break

3:45 pm

Afternoon Session II

5:00 pm

Closing Cocktail and Networking Reception


Cheah Cheng Hye

Co-Chairman And Co-Chief Investment Officer Value Partners Group

Jay Clayton

Chairman U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

David A. Hunt

President and CEO PGIM

Kewsong Lee

CEO The Carlyle Group

Howard Marks

Co-Chairman Oaktree Capital Management

Who Should Attend Bloomberg Invest

400+ chief investment officers, portfolio managers, dealmakers and other top financial influencers from the world’s largest and most influential asset managers, pension funds, family offices, hedge funds, private equity firms, investment banks and more. $20 trillion + AUM represented in the room.

Past Speakers

Bloomberg Invest New York Highlights

For Sponsorship Information:

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