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  • Writer's pictureSienna Salter

Invest in your future: Why you don’t want to miss the LSE Alternative Investments Conference.

The London School of Economics Alternative Investments Conference (AIC), established in 2005, stands as a testament to the power of rich debate and the boundless potential for those who explore the world of alternative investments. Scheduled to take place at the Marriott Hotel in London from the 12th to the 13th of February 2024, the AIC is not one to miss. 


The AIC is the world’s largest student conference on Private Equity, Venture Capital, and hedge funds, bringing over sixty speakers and forty firms together. The conference serves as a convergence point for industry leaders, experts, and students, cultivating an environment whereby perspectives are challenged, ideas are exchanged, and connections are forged. 


Notable past speakers include the likes of David Rubenstein (Co-Founder and co-CEO of The Carlyle Group), Luke Ellis (CEO of the Man Group), and Dr Josef Ackermann (Former CEO of Deutsche Bank). The Carlyle Group is a multinational financial services, private equity and alternative asset management firm based in the United States, with $376bn of assets under management. The Man Group is an investment manager firm listed on the London Stock Exchange and the world’s largest publicly traded hedge fund company. Deutsche Bank AG is a German multinational investment bank that is dual listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and the New York Stock Exchange. 


The prospect of gaining insights from distinguished figures in the financial world, representing companies of similar stature to those aforementioned, is an invaluable opportunity not to be overlooked.


Furthermore, this event not only entails debates and challenged perspectives, but also keynote sessions, interactive workshops, and networking events. To be a part of this fantastic opportunity that aims to inspire the next generation of business leaders, submit your application via the LSE AIC website and select ‘other’ when prompted to specify where you learnt about this opportunity, citing LUUTIS as the reference.



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